Full list of Officer-Involved Shootings results
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: Deadly hesitation–
Since Ferguson, there has been a great deal of concern in the law enforcement community over "deadly hesitation" — officers hesitating to act when action is required. Dave Smith discusses the trend and the importance of having a fighting spirit when you are under attack.
Officers in crisis: Giving cops permission to be human–
Dr. Tina Brookes and P1 Senior Contributor Doug Wyllie discuss the "Permission to Be Human" program, which helps cops in crisis.
Reality Training: Preparing for failure of less lethal options–
Dave Smith reviews a text book case of the use of force continuum and provides tips for what to do when less lethal options are ineffective.
Reality Training: Distance and cover–
A harrowing gun battle provides key lessons for officers on proper use of cover, when to initiate first aid, and transitioning from less lethal to deadly force.
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Duane Wolfe — alongside PoliceOne Editor at Large Doug Wyllie — discuss and demonstrate some thoughts about pistol recoil, and how to train to overcome the anticipation of recoil (and how that adversely affects your follow-up shots).
Reality Training: Who is the threat?–
Things are not always what they seem. Criminals will do anything to escape the law, including camouflaging themselves as bystanders, security guards - you name it. In this episode of Reality Training, Dave Smith provides key tactics for determining friend from foe.
Reality Training: A motorist assist gone bad–
A bad guy's car can break down too. Footage of a motorist assist stop that erupted in gunfire underscores why you must remain vigilant at all times on the job. Dave Smith analyzes the footage and highlights the great tactics on display by the officer, including his use of the passenger side approach.
Trump awards 1st responders of congressional baseball attack with Medal of Valor–
Trump called the officers "real heroes whose courageous action under fire saved so many lives."
How can police trainers solve the problem of deadly hesitation?–
Chuck Joyner discusses a troubling trend in law enforcement - officers so concerned with the fallout of a use-of-force incident that they are hesitant to use force when it is needed.
Officer-involved shootings: The PD's role in the healing process–
Brian Nanavaty talks about the healing process in the wake of an officer-involved shooting.
Reality Training: When should we use deadly force?–
As a law enforcement officer, you have a right to defend yourself against an assailant. Dave Smith analyzes the use of deadly force and the current state of law enforcement in the age of media scrutiny.
Reality Training: How do you control the driver during a traffic stop?–
A traffic stop that escalated into a struggle and a shooting serves as a strong reminder of how quickly these incidents can spiral out of control. Dave Smith offers key tips for controlling the driver you've pulled over.
Reality Training: 4 traffic stop safety tips–
Traffic stops are one of the most common activities in law enforcement, but don't let familiarity cause you to get too comfortable. Dave Smith reviews footage of a stop that quickly erupted in gunfire and provides four key safety tips.
Deadly hesitation and the aftermath of UOF encounters–
A series of high-profile police shootings have raised concerns about a possible rise in deadly hesitation among officers. Matt Steihm addresses this issue, and outlines some areas police departments should focus on in order to restore officers' confidence in their ability to use deadly force.
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