FULL LIST OF Police Trainers Videos
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.
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.
The Five Levels of Communication–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Gary Klugiewicz discusses law enforcement training for dealing with various people on the street. He discusses the five levels of communication: contact, conflict, crisis, combat, and closure.
Shooting from the Shrimp Position–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Don Gula demonstrates how an officer on the ground might defend against an armed assailant who is standing above them.
How SROs can help develop socially acceptable behavior in kids–
PoliceOne Editor at Large Doug Wyllie talks with Alicia Lutman about a program that trains officers on how to help develop socially acceptable behavior in children that are sliding toward a crisis point.
Applying the DRM in use-of-force incidents–
In this video, Doug Wyllie discusses the Dynamic Resistance Response Model (DRM) with Chuck Joyner. Information and tips imparted will help officers when they are faced with future use-of-force decisions.
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group alongside demonstration partner Peter Hedrick of MPI Protective Services offers a training technique to help get your officers to recognize jabs and crosses from the left and the right as well as from low and from high.
How to respond to threats by closing the distance–
In this video, Doug Wyllie and Lee Shaykhet discuss responding to threats through a concept known as "closing the distance."
Reinstilling confidence in the use of force–
Doug Wyllie talks with Richard Fairburn about re-instilling confidence in the use of force and offers ideas as to what can be done to ensure officers are prepared in a use-of-force situation.
Ethical intervention: How to stop a scene from escalating–
In this day and age of nearly ubiquitous cell phone video, even a small situation spinning out of control can lead to long-term headaches for even the best of cops. In this video tactical tip, Gary Klugiewicz — alongside demonstration partner and PoliceOne Editor at Large Doug Wyllie — shares some thoughts and tactics on how you can stop a scene from escalating by intervening when your squad mate is on the path to a bad situation.
Reality Training: 6 tactics for handling edged weapon attacks–
This video of a harrowing confrontation in an airport parking lot is a strong example of what to do in the event that a subject attacks with an edged weapon. Dave Smith outlines key tactics to keep yourself and others safe.
How cops can overcome weight and fitness issues–
In this video, Doug Wyllie discusses overcoming weight and fitness issues with Mark St. Hilaire, who shares his personal story about his own struggle with these issues.
How to redirect angry people–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Gary Klugiewicz alongside demonstration partner and PoliceOne Editor at Large Doug Wyllie shares some ways in which an officer can use Verbal Judo and other de-escalation techniques to handle an angry person on the street.
Reality Training: How will you win the fight?–
In January 2016, Philadelphia Officer Jesse Hartnett was shot three times in a brazen ambush. His fight for survival serves as a reminder of why you need to prepare for a sudden attack. Dave Smith outlines key questions you should ask yourself in order to prep for winning the fight.
Self-care for warriors–
Doug Wyllie discusses self-care for police officers with Chief Joel Shults, who gives suggestions for officers to help themselves be healthier.
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