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40s LAPD motorcycle patrolman recruiting video–
The Los Angeles Police Department presents "Your Traffic Officer," a late 1940s black-and-white training film that shows what it takes to be a motorcycle patrolman on the new freeways in post-World War II California
The Wrist Weave–
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shows us a non-traditional tactic called the wrist weave position, which allows an officer to control a resistive subject.
Body cam shows officers rescue dog from hot car–
A good Samaritan previously noticed the distressed dog and made a report to the police. Officers soon arrive and broke open the window to rescue the animal and give him water. The owner showed up to the vehicle about 10 minutes later and was cited with a violation.
Getting Behind the Subject–
Video Tactical Tip with Lee Shaykhet
The 'crawl, walk, run' approach to training cops–
Brian Crandell details the "Street Smart Performance Routine," a four step process to best train cops to reach their performance goals.
10 signs for LEOs to learn for engaging with deaf communities–
This video offers 10 sign language signs for LEOs to use while on patrol.
White cop, black barber team up to bridge community gap–
Shaun, a barber in Charlotte, reached out to his local police department to explore how he could help encourage and build stronger bonds between officers and the city. Shaun teamed up with Officer Rob Dance to start a mentoring program to encourage cooperation and understanding.
NM officers save choking puppy–
Albuquerque Police Officers responded to reports of a stolen vehicle when they noticed a woman was panicking. She told officers her dog wasn't breathing and appeared to be choking. Officers helped resuscitate the animal and help save its life.
Man claims cop was 'jerk' to wife, bodycam shows different–
The man wrote on Facebook that the officer was a "jerk" to his wife and "must have needed to make quota."
The fentanyl dangers first responders face–
NIST researchers demonstrate screening techniques that can help prevent accidental exposure to synthetic opioids.
Nervous driver hugs cop after traffic stop–
Cloucester Officer Tom Sherman stopped a woman for a traffic violation near Station Avenue, New Jersey. The officer noticed the woman was nervous and explained to her the details of the violation. He learned the woman has had some bad things happen happen in her life recently, and decided to let her off with a warning. The lady was so grateful she then gives the officer a hug.
Tactical Tip: From Escort Position to Takedown–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Don Gula — founder of Arrestling Force Options Training — discusses and demonstrates a technique to take a resistive subject who is pulling away from you to the ground.
New Zealand police read 'mean tweets'–
The latest department to join in on the fun ... at their own expense.
Motorcyclist crashes, tries to escape again during pursuit–
The state patrol attempted to stop the 33-year-old rider for speeding and splitting traffic. He attempted to cross the median and lost control, sending both him and his motorcycle flying across the road. As he was attempting to get back on his bike, not one but three state patrol cruisers pulled up to make the arrest. The man faces charges including fleeing.
Tactical Tip: The Foot Sweep–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Don Gula — founder of Arrestling Force Options Training — discusses and demonstrates a judo technique to take a resistive subject to the ground.
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