Full list of Police Trainers - page 4 results
How feedback coaching makes better cops–
Brian Crandell provides tips for instructors and supervisors on improving officer performance.
Peelian principles of policing: Securing public respect–
You have to listen, not just hear people, when they tell their story
Reality Training: A motorist assist gone bad–
A bad guy's car can break down too. Footage of a motorist assist stop that erupted in gunfire underscores why you must remain vigilant at all times on the job. Dave Smith analyzes the footage and highlights the great tactics on display by the officer, including his use of the passenger side approach.
5 quotes police leaders can use to increase officer safety and departmental success–
Follow the advice in these five quotes to enhance leadership of your troops and improve relationships in your community
What a Wis. cop's brush with death tells us about the will to win–
After this officer's squad car was swept away in flood waters, he drew all his strength from within to survive
Why bullet size matters in officer-involved shootings–
A shootout that killed multiple FBI agents underscores the need for cops to use bullets that will neutralize an adversary as quickly as possible
The 4 elements of improving police officer performance–
Brian Crandell of Street Smart Performance outlines his model for improving police officer performance.
20 ASL signs all cops should know–
These video clips are intended to help you while you wait for an interpreter to arrive
3 brain hacks to help cops deal with emotional stress–
The human body is wired to experience stress; how your brain deals with it is what's important
Policing Matters Podcast: Why mentoring is critical to cultivating great cops–
Jim and Doug discuss the role of the mentor in law enforcement
NTOA program combats disparities in SWAT leadership, readiness–
Program seeks to enhance the professionalization of SWAT through serious academic study of tactical operations and leadership
How instructional leadership empowers cops–
Liam Duggan speaks with Doug Wyllie about the concept of instructional leadership - blending the science of instruction with the art of leadership.
5 tactics to get a suspect to look at you during an interrogation–
Mutual eye contact generally leads to obtaining the truth in a non-confrontational and expeditious manner
What parole, probation officers need to know about home placement investigations–
A thorough investigation will set a positive tone for the probation or parole case
Reality Training: Controlling a suspect–
Dave Smith reviews harrowing footage of a suspect shooting at an officer at point-blank range.
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