Full list of Police Trainers - page 6 results
How the fundamentals of tracking can benefit your police department–
This skill can save critical time, prevent undue risk to the population or document crucial evidence
Why cops should focus on the lone-actor domestic terrorist–
At present, terrorist attacks happening in the United States have been different from what typically occurs overseas
Reality Training: 5 key foot pursuit tactics–
Dave Smith reviews a foot pursuit that ended in the shooting of an officer to review key tactics for survival, including the importance of self-aid, tactical breathing, and having a tactical mindset.
How the death of a child during a call affects cops–
Doug Wyllie speaks with Dr. Anne Bisek about the different ways the death of a child during a call can affect cops and what officers can do to move forward.
How self-awareness can improve a police officer’s personal relationship–
Seeing the good in a relationship is extremely important to maintaining positive feelings toward one another, but awareness of problem areas is just as important
What cops need to know about TASER use, the Fourth Amendment and excessive use of force–
By analyzing case law, we can glean constitutional guidance concerning when the use of a TASER is lawfully appropriate and when it is constitutionally excessive
4 questions your potential online learning provider must be able to answer–
Police administrators are often unfamiliar with learning management systems, so there is a risk of partnering with an LMS vendor that is not suited to them, or is inferior to other options
5 biggest LMS implementation 'fails' (and how to avoid them)–
Make sure your learning management system rollout is successful by avoiding these mistakes
6 keys to getting personnel to use an online learning solution–
Now that your department has an online learning solution here's how to make sure it gets used
3 levels of active shooter attack: Is your agency ready to respond?–
As active shooter threats evolve, agencies and officers need to assess their current capabilities to respond to these new threats
How cops can detect and prevent a dirty bomb attack–
Protecting the public from an unknown source of radiation is challenging — police departments must use a mix of different sized detectors to locate these threats
Pro-cop citizens show their support in myriad ways–
Anti-police sentiment is not an accurate reflection of how the majority of Americans feel about their law enforcement officers
Reality Training: How do you handle a felony stop?–
The tragic killing of an officer is felt by the entire law enforcement community, and while footage of this type of incident may be hard to watch, one of the ways we can best honor the fallen is by learning from their sacrifice. Dave Smith reviews footage of a traffic stop turned deadly to provide safety tips and tactics that can help prevent a future tragedy.
Why scenario training should supplement (not replace) range training–
Individuals in charge of scheduling and designing training programs may not understand they are failing their shooters by making the switch from firearms training to scenarios
How to gain maximum tactical advantage in interrogations–
P1 Editor at Large Doug Wyllie speaks with Mike Krapfl about some great interrogation tactics officers may not be utilizing during investigations.
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