FULL LIST OF Driving Topics
Can new retractable-stud tires make police winter driving safer?–
Nokian retractable stud tires offer promise for law-enforcement use
Drunk woman hits family with vehicle–
Dash cam footage of an intoxicated woman's teary confession after police stop her following a hit and run. The husband suffered a broken leg, while the wife was treated for a concussion. Two small children were uninjured.
'Haunting' doc on dangers of texting and driving getting acclaim–
Werner Herzog's 35-minute video will be distributed to more than 40,000 high schools.
In this video Dave Smith discusses the harsh reality and prevalence of people who drive while intoxicated. He points out how to identify these individuals and how to handle the investigation.
Police crack down on drunken golf cart drivers–
It's a danger that is unique to one Fayette County city: drunken drivers cruising in their golf carts.
Fort Worth PD's PSA for safe driving–
The Fort Worth police recognize that civilians and police alike are easily distracted behind the wheel, and emphasize the importance of focusing in this exaggerated PSA.
Driving Force at IACP 2011–
A three-screen driving simulator provides training experience for new or experienced officers in a variety of scenarios.
Arresting a DUI–
When arresting a DUI, use this tried-and-true technique for handling resistant suspects.
DUI Testing and Safety–
In this video, Dave Smith talks with Kyle Clark about the dangers associated with getting up close and personal during DUI testing and the importance of awareness.
Sheriff Critiques Simulation Tech's Driving Simulator–
A critique of Simulation Tech's driving simulator by a sheriff.
Yates: The Importance of Good Eyesight While Driving–
Doug Wyllie sits down with Captain Travis Yates to talk about the most important asset that officers have, their eyes. Officers should be getting their vision checked on a regular basis to ensure that their eyesight will not affect their driving, particularly at night.
Jodi Butts: Border Patrol Driver Training–
Betsy Brantner-Smith sits down with Border Patrol Supervisor Agent, Jodi Butts, at the Women in Federal Law Enforcement Conference in Florida. Jodi discusses the number of rescues she does each day as a Border Patrol Officer. She emphasizes the importance of seatbelts, managing speed, managing the terrain, and the different courses they use to train on.
PoliceOne top 5
- ND bill protects drivers who negligently hit protesters obstructing traffic
- Slain Fla. officer's patrol car vandalized
- Video: Calif. police fatally shoot man, face wrongful death lawsuit
- Minn. lawmakers chart new course in response to OIS protests
- Trump hosts LE at White House, pledges support for police
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