Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Contributor
Doug Wyllie is senior contributor for PoliceOne, providing police training content on a wide range of topics and trends affecting the law enforcement community. Doug hosts the PoliceOne's Policing Matters podcast, and is the host for PoliceOne Video interviews.
Doug is the 2014 Western Publishing Association “Maggie Award” winner for Best Regularly Featured Digital Edition Column, and has authored more than 1,000 articles and tactical tips. Doug is a member of International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA), an Associate Member of the California Peace Officers’ Association (CPOA), and a member of the Public Safety Writers Association (PSWA).
Contact Doug at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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How (and why) to set up a bike patrol unit–
Bike patrol units offer a high-visibility, proactive community policing presence that is budget-friendly for any size department
How San Diego PD is enhancing its outreach to kids– 1
The Bigs in Blue mentoring program connects youth with police in communities throughout the nation, building strong, trusting and long-lasting relationships
'Officer Involved' director on his four-year journey to capture stories of LEOs who used deadly force–
Officer Patrick Shaver and his wife interviewed nearly 100 police officers involved in shootings for the documentary
One year after Dallas: Remembering the fallen and lessons learned– 2
In any ambush situation, know that you are better trained, better armed and better motivated than even the most hardened adversary
5 reasons why Middletown's 'three strikes' policy on naloxone will never fly– 6
Middletown, Ohio, is considering a controversial proposal to limit the number of times a person who overdoses on opioids can receive naloxone from first responders
How to maintain the chain of custody for mobile forensic evidence–
Evidence on mobile devices is not just limited to photos, videos, text messages and the call log
'Donut Boy' is on a mission to thank every cop in America– 6
Tyler Carach's program, "I donut need a reason to thank a cop," has become a national phenomenon
How to protect your digital video evidence from a cyberattack–
The odds of data being corrupted, stolen and held ransom are greater than ever before, necessitating the protection of critical information
How to ensure proper chain of custody with digital video evidence–
Agencies must ensure that video evidence – particularly video that was not collected by the on-officer camera – has not been doctored or edited
Why every cop should carry naloxone– 9
With the current risks posed by exposure to opioid-based substances such as fentanyl, carrying naloxone is an important officer survival strategy
Preventing the next attack: Why gun-free zones don't work and combat profiling does– 15
In the wake of Manchester, can we finally declare the total failure of gun-free zones as a means to protect the innocent from the evil acts of terrorists and maniacs?
How biometric technologies will help correctional facilities– 1
Biometric technologies have already helped facilities improve offender identification and have the potential to improve efficiency for employee access authentication
3 predictions on the future of the FBI after Comey’s firing– 6
What does President Trump’s firing of FBI Director Comey mean for the future of that agency?
Why the FTO is one of the most important police employees– 5
Being a Field Training Officer — teaching young officers the right way to do the job — can be one of the most rewarding assignments in all of law enforcement
P1 Research: De-policing and police morale are troubling trends post-Ferguson and Dallas– 31
A total of 3,346 responses from verified sworn LE professionals revealed data that supports two narratives that had heretofore relied heavily on anecdotal evidence
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