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Tactical Tip: Defense against the necktie–
Fletch Fuller and Ray Price of ISR Matrix International demonstrate lines of defense against an assailant who has both hands up around the top of your head.
Reality Training: Deadly hesitation–
Since Ferguson, there has been a great deal of concern in the law enforcement community over "deadly hesitation" — officers hesitating to act when action is required. Dave Smith discusses the trend and the importance of having a fighting spirit when you are under attack.
Tactical Tip: Assaults with edged weapons–
Lee Shaykhet and Doug Wyllie demonstrate how you can defend yourself against an edged weapon attack.
Reality Training: A vehicle as deadly force–
What's your agency's policy on using a vehicle as deadly force? Dave Smith outlines key considerations and tactics.
Tactical Tip: The wrist weave to a takedown–
In this video, Fletch Fuller and Ray Price from ISR Matrix International demonstrate how to get a person to the ground using the wrist weave.
Officers in crisis: Giving cops permission to be human–
Dr. Tina Brookes and P1 Senior Contributor Doug Wyllie discuss the "Permission to Be Human" program, which helps cops in crisis.
Reality Training: Confronting a fire on patrol–
You never know when you're going to encounter a fire on patrol. Dave Smith provides key safety tips for dealing with a fire.
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.
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.
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.
Reality Training: Distance and cover–
A harrowing gun battle provides key lessons for officers on proper use of cover, when to initiate first aid, and transitioning from less lethal to deadly force.
Reality Training: Who is the threat?–
Things are not always what they seem. Criminals will do anything to escape the law, including camouflaging themselves as bystanders, security guards - you name it. In this episode of Reality Training, Dave Smith provides key tactics for determining friend from foe.
Reality Training: The importance of cover–
Dave Smith reviews footage of an attempted suicide by cop that highlights the importance of cover in allowing you more time to decide how to handle a critical incident.
Steve Lettic details how cops can be more effective communicators on the job.
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