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Reality Training: What should you do when a bystander is recording you?–
One of the realities of modern policing is the proliferation of smartphones means everyone has a camera in their pocket at all times, and you are going to be recorded during the course of your duties. What does this mean from an officer safety perspective? Dave Smith reviews video of a struggle between a suspect and an officer that highlights the unique issues that come with bystanders actively filming a dangerous encounter.
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Reality Training: What do you do after winning an armed confrontation?–
There are important steps an agency must take after an officer-involved shooting. Dave Smith reviews footage of an OIS and outlines key policy questions to consider.
Reality Training: How to keep your head up–
In the age of increased pressure on law enforcement, it can be tough to don the uniform each day and go out into a world that seems unappreciative of what you do. Dave Smith provides tips on how to keep your head up.
Fla. cop investigated after confrontation with homeless man–
Police have opened a criminal investigation into an officer who was videotaped pushing and slapping a homeless man at a bus terminal in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
Okla. chief defends playful recruiting video–
Controversy over a recruiting video has been stirring in the community over the past few weeks, but while some residents said it's embarrassing, the chief stands behind it.
Del. cop famous for 'Shake it Off' video does it again–
Master Cpl. Jeff Davis returned for an encore performance at a benefit event, Dancing With the Delaware Stars.
What cops should know about the right to photograph and record in public–
In this video, Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the NPPA, explains the positives of officers learning about the rights of people to photograph and record in public. He also discusses important facts officer need to know about being photographed and/or recorded.
College student antagonizes cop for allegedly sleeping in squad–
A college student threatens to post a video to YouTube after asking a cop why his cruiser has been parked in a church parking lot for several hours in the early morning.
Cop has funny reaction when he realizes he's on TV–
A police officer accidentally stepped into a reporter’s live shot, and his reaction was priceless.
D.C. Police Chief spoils gender argument on Meet the Press–
Washington D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier spoiled Chuck Todd's women-in-powerful-positions-are-as-good-as-men segment during Sunday's Meet the Press when she said a person's gender makes no difference in doing your job correctly.
TEDx Talk: The most dangerous weapon in law enforcement–
Can simply choosing better words be the solution to building relationships between law enforcement officers and those within their communities or will it require an entirely new system of development? 25-year law enforcement veteran Brian Willis breaks it down in this TEDx Talk.
Exclusive: ABC News Interviews Police Officer Darren Wilson–
Officer Darren Wilson spoke with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, his first interview since the fatal shooting of Michael Brown on August 9.
Rally shows support for police before Ferguson decision–
Supporters of law enforcement marched in downtown St. Louis over the weekend to rally for peace before the upcoming Ferguson grand jury decision.
Mother of fallen Mesa officer pens letter to President–
The mother of a fallen Mesa police officer is trying to get President Obama’s attention again as he vows to move forward with immigration reform.
Police warn public to stop for buses after child nearly hit–
A near-miss involving a student and motorist who didn't stop for a school bus was caught on camera, and now video of that incident is being widely circulated by police departments as proof of just how tragically wrong things could turn out.
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