FULL LIST OF Officer Survival - page 2 Videos
Reality Training: Managing stress in the wake of an OIS–
The use of deadly force is a traumatic experience for any law enforcement officer. In this installment of Reality Training, Dave Smith offers tips for managing emotional stress in the wake of an officer-involved shooting and reviews several actions that must be initiated immediately after a suspect has been shot.
Reality Training: How do you handle a non-compliant subject?–
Dave Smith reviews a fatal traffic stop out of New Jersey in order to remind officers of the importance of preparing for the possibility of non-compliance from a subject.
Reality Training: Why communication is key in police pursuits–
Dave Smith examines footage of multiple police pursuits that emphasize the importance of communication in order to maintain control during these unpredictable and dangerous situations.
Reality Training: How cops can stay safe on the road–
One of the most dangerous activities for law enforcement officers is driving. There are a whole lot of risks out there on the road; here's how to stay safe.
Police are facing an ever increasing threat of violence against them The murder of police officers has always been an issue, however, the immediate and sophisticated ambushes of officers has increased dramatically. The training will cover ways of recognizing the ambush before it occurs and ways to overcome the ambush while it is in progress, with the goal being to have greater ability to defeat the cop killers and save officers’ lives.
Reality Training: How do you conduct frisks and foot pursuits?–
An Oklahoma foot pursuit that ended in a fatal shooting serves as a reminder of the dangers of an armed, fleeing suspect and the importance of maintaining control of the scene when multiple bystanders are present.
Razor-wielding suspect shot and killed in Fla. robbery attempt–
Person who made the 911 call said a suspect was armed with a bomb and had passed a note to the teller.
Reality Training: Body cams and protecting your right to use force–
A use of force incident out of Celina (Texas) is a prime example of the utility of body cameras and the importance of having as much documentation as possible in a violent encounter with a subject.
Reality Training: Are you prepared for an ambush attack?–
The savage killing of a California deputy is a tragic reminder of the dangers cops face on patrol. Here are some safety tips on how to respond to an attack.
Okla. officer opens fire as vehicle rams into him–
The officer was attempting to stop a suspect in a stolen vehicle.
Reality Training: Responding to an incident in plainclothes–
What are the safety precautions cops should take when responding to an incident in plainclothes? Dave Smith offers tips on what you can do to minimize the risk to yourself and responding officers.
Officer’s family is concerned the moment their loved one steps out the door–
The Washington D.C. family talked about daily stresses surrounding police safety and survival.
Reality Training: Why cops should stay vigilant during traffic stops–
Cops face a number of environmental hazards when pulling over a motorist on an active roadway. In this installment of Reality Training, Dave Smith offers key safety reminders for a variety of different traffic stop scenarios.
Reality Training: How to handle a suspicious activity call–
How quickly can a call turn violent? Dave Smith reviews body cam footage of a suspicious activity call in Salt Lake City that reminds officers to always be ready for the worst.
Reality Training: Surviving a sudden shooting at a traffic stop–
Dave Smith reviews footage of a sudden attack on a Texas deputy during a traffic stop in order to provide key tips on survival and catching the perpetrator.
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