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 6 ways to beat burnout in a police officer
 7 reasons women struggle with firearms training
 April 30, 2014
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6 ways to beat burnout in a police officer

By Althea Olson & Mike Wasilewski
Teaching yourself to recognize and manage burnout is imperative to the overall happiness and stability in your job and life — teaching others in law enforcement is key to the success of the profession. How does it happen?
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Perspectives on Policing

7 reasons women struggle with firearms training

By Loraine Burger, Associate Editor
What is preventing the average female officer from excelling as quickly as their male counterparts? Firearms instructor Vicki Farnam explains some of the main barriers, and how to get around them.
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April featured some hair-raising close calls for police, including an officer narrowly avoiding a car and a battle with a suspect impervious to TASER shocks.
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Assistant Chief Calvin Shivers of the FBI's violent criminal threat section discusses criminal activity in gangs.
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The defensive chair technique for teachers
By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
Teachers don't get the same training that police do — but that doesn't mean they shouldn't know how to stay safe in the event of a violent encounter. Check out this video, which describes a defensive chair technique. "Get back!"
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