Full list of Police Trainers - page 10 results
Leadership tips for new supervisors–
In this video, Betsy Brantner Smith discusses several tips for newly promoted supervisors. New supervisors deal with being in two camps, with one foot in management and the other on the line. Smith outlines the challenges that comes with this new phase in an officer’s career and gives advice on how to become the most successful supervisor for your squad or unit.
Reality Training: Dealing with aggressive dogs–
For the week of May 30, Dave Smith discusses how to deal with aggressive dogs. He reviews multiple cases of officer-involved shootings in which dogs have been shot and how to handle similar situations.
Dealing with persons on the autism spectrum–
In this video, Doug Wyllie chats with Susan Hamre of 'Giant Steps' about how officers can successfully navigate interactions with subjects who are on the Autism spectrum. She offers several points to remember that will help keep both the officer and subject safe and calm.
Drills to practice the inside arm drag–
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group — alongside demonstration partner Peter Hedrick of MPI Protective Services — go over some defensive techniques based on the inside arm drag, as well as drills to practice it that you may consider adding to your training toolbox.
Gabriel Morales, a gang specialist with Gang Prevention Services, discusses the prevalence and characteristics of white gangs in the United States.
Maintaining your Reactionary Gap (Joseph Ferrera)–
Maintaining your Reactionary Gap (Joseph Ferrera)
Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne columnist, discusses the sovereign citizen movement and how they are becoming more aggressive towards police.
Reality Training: Staying in command in a deadly environment–
For the week of May 2, Dave Smith shows an intense body camera video of an officer entering a home after a hit and run and approaching a deadly subject.
Evolution of criminal activities in gangs–
Assistant Chief Calvin Shivers of the FBI's violent criminal threat section discusses criminal activity in gangs.
Reality Training: Why you should keep your eyes on a cuffed suspect–
For the week of April 25, Dave Smith takes a look back at an older video that still holds a valuable lesson: always be ready for anything, always remember that handcuffs are a temporary method of restraint, and keep a close eye on a suspect, even after they've been placed in cuffs.
Surviving and thriving behind the badge–
Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith talks with Dr. Olivia Johnson, Founder/President, Blue Wall of Silence about how officers can not only survive, but thrive behind the badge.
Use of force in schools by non-sworn personnel–
Doug Wyllie, Police One Editor in Chief discusses the Use of force in schools by non-sworn personnel with Matt Stiehm.
Reality Training: When your partner becomes a hostage–
For the week of April 11, Dave Smith shows us one of the most remarkable gun grabs ever caught on camera, and an exemplary case that shows what to do in a situation when your partner has been taken hostage.
The aging warrior–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie discusses the concept of the Aging Warrior with Coach Bob Lindsey from Verbal Defense and Influence including the importance of achieving balance in mental, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of one’s life.
Gangs: East Coast Crips–
Doug Wyllie discusses the East Coast Crips with gang expert Andy Eway.
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