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Reality Training: Responding to an armed, irrational subject–
Dave Smith reviews a confrontation with an armed robbery suspect in Gainesville (Fla.) that highlights the importance of verbalization and taking universal precautions when rendering aid. Smith also explains the psychology behind the use of vulgar language in certain situations.
Report: Shooting deaths of police officers spike in 2016–
Shooting deaths spiked 78 percent, including an alarming increase in ambush-style assaults
Video: Cuffed suspect opens fire in back of cruiser, is killed by police–
Video shows a man retrieving a gun hidden in the back seat and shooting a park ranger in the vest
Wis. officer injured, shots fired after suspect steals squad car–
One of the suspects got into an officer's K9 squad car, with the dog inside, and backed into another officer's squad car
Video: Footage of fatal Houston OIS refutes claims suspect was unarmed–
The body cam video was released to dispel claims on social media that the subject did not have a weapon
Baton Rouge gunman signals 'horrendous acts of violence' in manifesto–
The shooter wrote about a "concealed war" between "good cops" and "bad cops," and said he felt obligated to "bring the same destruction that bad cops continue to inflict upon my people"
Baton Rouge ambush captured by bystander–
A new video from the shootout was taken by a man who found himself trapped in his truck at a car wash when gunfire erupted.
Video: Disturbing new footage captures Baton Rouge ambush–
A new video from the shootout was taken by a man who found himself trapped in his truck at a car wash when gunfire erupted
Why police departments need to adopt the patrol rifle–
In this video, John Farnam discusses the importance and need for departments to adopt the patrol rifle. He suggests the patrol rifle should replace law enforcement's current use of the shotgun or pistol. Farnam highlights the differences between rifles and shotguns, while explaining the difficulties as well as benefits that come from such a change. Although the rifle may be financially straining and higher maintenance, Farnam stresses that the lives of officers are at stake.
Video: Okla. cop kills armed suspect during domestic violence call–
The suspect could be heard taunting the officer, who ordered the suspect to drop his gun twice
First on scene: A cop's lessons learned from the San Bernardino attack–
The first officer on scene at the San Bernardino attack shares his hard-earned lessons from that horrific day
Crowd control and the irreplaceable police baton–
When officers had no designated impact tool, necessity inspired officers to use firearms, radios, or flashlights to avoid the use of deadly force
Prosecutor: Ohio man shot dad, deputy after hummus fight–
The officer was shot in the abdomen and is expected to recover
SC officer shot in standoff, saved by vest–
The officer was taken to a hospital with minor injuries
Police: Man plotted armed mannequin, bomb attack on cops–
51-year-old Timothy Ward was planning to use mannequins to shoot officers and blow up a police station
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