FULL LIST OF Police Trainers RESULTS
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
Developing Speed, Hand, and Line Coordination–
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group alongside demonstration partner Peter Hedrick of MPI Protective Services offers several training techniques to help get your officers to better develop hand-eye coordination and improve speed of motion.
Helping cops in crisis after the death of a child on a call–
Anne Bisek outlines the steps you can take when a colleague is in need of support.
20 golden principles for prevailing on the street–
These principles will help you physically, legally and emotionally survive law enforcement
Cops aren't shooters, but they should be–
With the spike in ambush attacks against law enforcement, extensive training with firearms is more important than ever
Lessons learned from the DOJ report on the Chicago Police Department–
The takeaway question for chiefs and sheriffs everywhere relates to the report’s emphasis on contemporary polices, reporting and training
Policing Matters Podcast: How evidence-based policing can improve patrol–
Jim and Doug welcome guests Renee Mitchell and Jason Potts to discuss what EBP actually is, and why line-level officers should actively work to use it
Verbally Applying the 10-, 5-, and 2-foot Rule–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Gary Klugiewicz — alongside PoliceOne Contributor Dave Young — discusses and demonstrates how to utilize verbal techniques as they apply to the proxemics at ten feet, five feet, and two feet.
How 2 Wis. police officers thwarted an ambush attack–
The attacker baited his trap with an armed robbery call to Sheboygan PD, and was headed for his cover point that held a cache of backup weapons
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