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Implicit bias and decision-making– 3
Doug Wyllie and Danny Rosa discuss implicit bias and what the research says about decision-making based on our thought patterns.
Hunter vs. helper in law enforcement– 5
Tom Cline and Doug Wyllie discuss the "hunter" and "helper" mentalities in law enforcement. Are they mutually exclusive or can cops play both roles?
Recoil control– 1
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).
Defense Against the Necktie– 4
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shares a technique you can use when a subject gets you into what is commonly called a necktie attack, where the opponent has both hands around the top of your head.
Ground Tactics: The Hook Sweep– 2
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shares a technique you can use when to take a subject to the ground you are flat on your back in full guard.
Wis. Attorney General Schimel: The state is committed to officer wellness– 1
The deadly truth is: a police officer is far more likely to die of suicide, than homicide. The Wis. DOJ realizes this troubling reality, and we support Wisconsin’s law enforcement through a strong commitment to officer wellness – both in body and mind.
Steve Lettic details how cops can be more effective communicators on the job.
Defensive Ground Tactics: Open Guard with Hip Index–
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shares a technique to keep the bad guy away from your head (the command center, as Fletch puts it) utilizing your hips and feet.
The Wrist Weave to a Takedown– 1
Tactical Tips-Fletch Fuller
How feedback coaching makes better cops– 1
Brian Crandell provides tips for instructors and supervisors on improving officer performance.
Could 'smart guns' be the answer for improved policing?–
"Smart guns" are back in focus with recent stories of LEOs being shot by their own guns. But questions remain on reliability.
3 principles for developing FirstNet applications–
The FirstNet network will provide for an innovative device and application ecosystem to put lifesaving technology in the hands of all first responders. To meet the growing and changing technology needs of public safety, FirstNet has identified three key strategies to advance the application ecosystem.
Trump awards 1st responders of congressional baseball attack with Medal of Valor– 2
Trump called the officers "real heroes whose courageous action under fire saved so many lives."
The Wrist Weave to Cuffing Position– 3
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shows us how to transition from the wrist weave on a resistive subject, and into a position to apply the handcuffs.
Every contact leaves a trace–
John talks about his career in London's Metropolitan Police and his experience of depression. He reveals how a principle of forensic investigation, that every contact leaves a trance, applies to all our lives and relationships.
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