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How simulation training helps improve police shooting performance–
Meggitt Training Systems showcased new offerings at SHOT Show 2018 that raise the bar (and stress level) for police firearms training
How a squib load can challenge modern police firearms training–
When you use dangerous tools in a dangerous profession, one may someday fail you through no fault of your own
Why the firearms requalification process should review use of force–
During requalification, cops must be prepared not only for the mechanics and reality of an armed encounter, but also how to properly document and justify use of force
Policing Matters Podcast: Balancing safety with reality in police training–
How can police conduct training that is as close to reality as possible, but still safe enough that injuries are minimized?
Tactical Tip: Tickle me Elmo–
Don Gulla demonstrates a technique you can use to win against an opponent with a high pain tolerance. It may sound goofy, but the "tickle me Elmo" is a trick worth considering when pain compliance isn't working.
Conn. officials mull police training changes–
Officials are being urged to consider removing the boot camp mentality from police training and instead use teaching methods aimed at improving the public's trust in LE
LE classes at SHOT Show outline why every cop needs advanced tactical training–
SHOT Show’s Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP) provides a roadmap for police officer tactical training
Reality Training: Risk awareness on an active roadway–
Half the battle we face in law enforcement is staying vigilant, and that’s especially true when you’re on an active roadway. Dave Smith reviews a series of clips to help you stay safe on the road.
Tactical Tip: The brace contact position–
Sgt. Don Gulla of Arrestling Force Options Training demonstrates a weapon retention technique.
Reality Training: Take action and take control–
When a suspect attacks you, mere seconds could be the difference between life and death. Are you ready to take control? Dave Smith reviews footage of a DUI stop that escalated into a battle over a firearm.
What's your suspect interview strategy? 10 steps to stay on track–
There is an art to questioning; cops should follow these 10 suggestions to stay ahead of the game
Why police training must balance the body and the brain–
While there is great value to lecture-based training, it can’t be a street cop’s training endgame
Mind over matter: How performance cues can help cops at 'go time'–
Police officers can perform more effectively by learning to regulate the stress response and cue the brain and body at critical times of performance
Unnecessary roughness: Do we need to tame police academy training?–
Rigid, high-stress police academies may be counterproductive; we need to focus more on the why and less on the how
Why loud & repetitive verbal commands can hinder compliance–
Using loud, repetitive verbal commands can be more of a hindrance than a help when trying to gain compliance from a resistive subject
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