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The one simple question that can improve traffic stops–
This approach is sure to make the community, your administrators and supervisors happy
How community-based enforcement will help close the trust gap–
We need to try an enforcement approach that is tailor-made and designed by and for our specific communities
How unconditional respect relates to officer safety–
When dealing with subjects, take the honey - not the vinegar - approach. Phil Carlson and Doug Wyllie discuss the concept of unconditional respect in law enforcement.
20 leadership tips for firearms instructors–
Having the rapport and respect of your students will help you deliver effective firearms instruction
Reality Training: Lessons in tactical medicine–
Cops are often first on the scene of a medical emergency, and sometimes the nature of the call does not allow time to wait for paramedics or fire to arrive. Dave Smith provides tips in tactical medicine for LEOs.
Complacency of leadership in law enforcement–
PoliceOne Editor at Large Doug Wyllie interviews Dennis Valone about the issue of complacency in law enforcement leadership.
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.
How to survive field training and keep your FTO happy–
The easiest way to make sense of how to be successful at this is to simply recognize you’re the new guy
6 keys to coming home safely after every shift–
No matter how many subjects you arrest or pursue, there will always be another
Reality Training: Choosing your best less lethal option to win a confrontation–
Dave Smith reviews two videos that highlight the importance of "when-then" thinking in order to choose the right tool for the job in a UOF encounter.
3 key aspects of police leadership–
Jason Sharp outlines how cops can become better leaders by focusing on three key things.
Reality Training: The importance of backup–
Have you ever had one of those traffic stops where something just doesn't feel right? This footage of a stop for a minor infraction that rapidly escalated into an officer-involved shooting underscores the importance of having a brother or sister in blue by your side.
Why warning shots are a terrible idea–
When a subject poses an imminent threat deadly force is the most appropriate action to take
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