FULL LIST OF Police Trainers RESULTS
Reality Training: Choosing your best less lethal option to win a confrontation–
Dave Smith reviews two videos that highlight the importance of "when-then" thinking in order to choose the right tool for the job in a UOF encounter.
3 key aspects of police leadership–
Jason Sharp outlines how cops can become better leaders by focusing on three key things.
Reality Training: The importance of backup–
Have you ever had one of those traffic stops where something just doesn't feel right? This footage of a stop for a minor infraction that rapidly escalated into an officer-involved shooting underscores the importance of having a brother or sister in blue by your side.
Developing Speed, Hand, and Line Coordination–
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group alongside demonstration partner Peter Hedrick of MPI Protective Services offers several training techniques to help get your officers to better develop hand-eye coordination and improve speed of motion.
Helping cops in crisis after the death of a child on a call–
Anne Bisek outlines the steps you can take when a colleague is in need of support.
Verbally Applying the 10-, 5-, and 2-foot Rule–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Gary Klugiewicz — alongside PoliceOne Contributor Dave Young — discusses and demonstrates how to utilize verbal techniques as they apply to the proxemics at ten feet, five feet, and two feet.
Assessing police department performance–
Brian Crandell speaks with Doug Wyllie about the ways police leaders can best evaluate the performance of their cops and their department as a whole.
Reality Training: 4 traffic stop safety tips–
Traffic stops are one of the most common activities in law enforcement, but don't let familiarity cause you to get too comfortable. Dave Smith reviews footage of a stop that quickly erupted in gunfire and provides four key safety tips.
Deadly hesitation and the aftermath of UOF encounters–
A series of high-profile police shootings have raised concerns about a possible rise in deadly hesitation among officers. Matt Steihm addresses this issue, and outlines some areas police departments should focus on in order to restore officers' confidence in their ability to use deadly force.
The path to police officer wellness–
Mark Sherwood outlines four key areas of focus for strong mental and physical health.
Reality Training: Deadly force against armed, fleeing subjects–
Dave Smith reviews video of an officer-involved shooting that highlights two important topics: contacts with familiar suspects and the use of deadly force against armed, fleeing subjects.
Preparing for effective emergency response on college campuses–
Joel Shults shares key tips to help your agency best prepare for active shooters or other emergencies on a college campus.
Reality Training: Spontaneous assault in a parking lot–
A property crime that erupted in gunfire serves as an important reminder that any situation can suddenly escalate into a deadly encounter. Dave Smith reviews the footage to provide key officer safety tips.
Leadership tips for new supervisors–
Chief Bill Harvey details the skills new leaders need to possess and how to develop them.
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.
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