FULL LIST OF Police Trainers - page 10 Topics
Why women should be part of your firearms instructor cadre–
In a profession heavily dominated by men, female firearms instructors fill an important niche and are not being utilized to their fullest potential
Policing Matters Podcast: Tips for getting assigned to a specialized unit–
Jim and Doug discuss how those units differ from patrol, and offer some keys to successfully making the transition to a specialized assignment
How to get to the 'predator position'–
In this video tactical tip, Duane Wolfe alongside demonstration partner Lee Shaykhet discusses and demonstrates how an officer can apply Boyd’s OODA Loop concept to getting to a position of advantage when you’re forced to go “hands on” with a subject.
How to overcome the challenges of leadership in small agencies–
In this video, PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie discusses the challenges of police leadership in small agencies with Chief Jason Sharp, of the Parsons, Kan. Police Department.
Ballistics 101: What is rifling?–
Here's a look at the concept of rifling and how it relates to bullet stability
Reality Training: Responding to an armed, irrational subject–
Dave Smith reviews a confrontation with an armed robbery suspect in Gainesville (Fla.) that highlights the importance of verbalization and taking universal precautions when rendering aid. Smith also explains the psychology behind the use of vulgar language in certain situations.
Lessons learned from the Bundy Ranch standoff–
Thom Jackson and Doug Wyllie review the Bundy Ranch standoff, which occurred in Nevada. Jackson details his experience and notes that keeping the peace and refusing to be baited while still taking control was key in negotiating power.
Policing Matters Podcast: What should cops read this summer?–
Jim and Doug discuss a host of titles — some new, some old — that can help officers up their game on the beat
Conditioning drills for the upper and lower body–
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne offers a set of drills that can help you improve your hand speed, hand strength, leg strength, foot work, and overall conditioning.
8 ways to maximize your police training–
You never know when you might need to call upon your training and experience to provide expert testimony, perform a specific skill, get that promotion, or look for a new job
Ballistics 101: What is form factor?–
If ballistic coefficient indicates how well a given projectile resists drag when compared to the model projectile, form factor indicates how much more or less aerodynamic that projectile’s shape is than the model projectile’s
After Dallas, we aim for thoughtful discourse despite raw emotions–
We must reckon intellectually with the gap between police and the people they serve, but downplaying the emotional toll on LEOs is a great disservice to us all
Why the Dallas protest massacre is a wake-up call for American cops–
The gunman was ultimately killed by a robot armed with an explosive, so no charges will ever be brought, but this was clearly a hate crime of the worst possible order
TECC: What PDs should consider before implementation–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie and Lt. Eric Dickinson discuss the benefits of TECC (Tactical Emergency Casualty Care) training and some of the considerations for police agencies looking to implement it.
PoliceOne top 5
- Mistrial declared in fatal SC OIS
- Video: Iowa officer shoots suspect in struggle during traffic stop
- FBI agent arrested after firing gun at Mich. police
- 1 Ga. officer killed, 1 critical; shooter at large
- Video: Tenn. police lieutenant fatally shoots man charging at him