Full list of Police Trainers - page 3 results
Tactical Tip: Head strikes–
Duane Wolfe and Doug Wyllie demonstrate effective head strikes (spoiler alert: contrary to popular belief, you shouldn't be using a closed fist).
The science behind implicit bias–
Doug Wyllie and Danny Rosa unpack the science behind implicit bias and what it means for police training.
Body-worn cameras: Why everything you know is wrong–
Two studies recently challenged the popular narrative about police bodycams; here’s what cops and their communities need to know
How investigators can build rapport with sex offenders–
Standard police interrogation tactics do not work with sex offenders
Why public safety needs an integrated response plan for acts of mass violence–
For agencies to be fully prepared, they must have a comprehensive, integrated response and recovery plan with allied emergency responders
Calif. police dept. criticized for dumping water on woman during helicopter fire training–
The errant dumping generated questions about whether the department is as yet skilled enough to use the helicopters to fight fires
Tactical Tip: Deadly force hand techniques–
Duane Wolfe demonstrates hand techniques you can use in a situation where deadly force is authorized but you can't access your firearms.
12 steps to being a more decisive cop–
Courage is not taking action in the absence of fear, but taking action in spite of fear
Why stress inoculation is critical for police recruits–
If cadets can’t execute in a controlled environment, what are the chances they will execute in the unpredictable environments on the street?
The hook sweep–
Fletch Fuller and Ray Price from ISR Matrix International demonstrate a defensive ground tactic that you can use when you find yourself flat on your back.
Policing Matters Podcast: How to choose the best training options for your police career–
Too many training budgets in law enforcement continue to suffer cutbacks
FBI's 2016 LEOKA stats tell a concerning story–
2016 saw an increase by more than three times of death by rifle fire over 2015
9 steps to keeping your cop ethics in check–
If complacency can kill us physically, what role does ethical complacency play in ending a police officer’s career?
Why police officers need to fess up when they mess up–
No one is immune from making mistakes, but the true test of a leader is taking ownership of errors
Why firearms standardization puts police officers at risk–
Any agency that tries to adopt a one-size-fits-all firearms approach will soon discover they have a number of police officers for whom the gear just doesn't work
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