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Video: Protestors hijack Seattle police meeting–
Skip to about 11 minutes into the video to watch protestors crash a meeting about a new drone program.
A look inside Kentucky State Police–
KSP Tv returns for episode 3: A "Drive Thru" of the Drivers Testing Branch. Captain Fred Williams gives us a tour of the inter workings of his department and the different responsibilities KSP has in regards to Standard Operators, Commercial Vehicles, and Motorcycle riders.
Driver's ignore bus signals lead to police crack down–
An alarming trend that is putting children in danger.
Dash cam of Clemson football player's arrest–
Clemson player Sammy Watkins is arrested on newly-released dash cam.
Police intercede as politicians get physical–
California Democratic Reps. Brad Sherman and Howard Berman appeared to nearly come to blows at their debate Thursday night, until police calmly stepped in.
An officer tells his story of using Vigilant Solutions Mobile LPR–
An officer discusses his first use of the Vigilant Solutions LPR system - improved efficiency, officer safety, and enhanced intelligence and situational awareness.
Strengthening Relations with Local Media–
In this video, Sgt. J.D. Nelson discusses the role of the PIO and the importance of building a strong relationship with the media.
Improving PIO and Media Relations–
You may not have a dedicated PIO, but every agency should have skilled personnel who have been trained to work with the media. In this video, PoliceOne's Doug Wyllie talks to media expert Rick Rosenthal about ways to improve your department's relationship with the media.
Rick Rosenthal: Everyday Heroes–
When a street officer performs a heroic act, he or she is often forbidden to talk to the local media. In this video, Rick Rosenthal says it's important for the public to hear about these stories and identify with the officers involved.
Reality Training: Crowd Control–
In this video, Dave Smith stresses the importance of watching your defensive tactics techniques, particularly with a baton, in order to avoid negative coverage from the media.
Toronto cops wrestle man to ground–
Police in Toronto have an altercation with a man on the street. The arrest was filmed by a bystander and aired on the news twice.
Media gets a lesson in police work–
Topics: News, Training, Cool Stuff
Special Bulletin: Interview with Chief McGury–
The chief of Bolingbrook, Ill., and former supervisor of Drew Peterson gives his insight on dealing with the media when your agency is ground zero for a high-profile incident or crime.
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