FULL LIST OF Police Trainers - page 3 Videos
How to get to the 'predator position'–
In this video tactical tip, Duane Wolfe alongside demonstration partner Lee Shaykhet discusses and demonstrates how an officer can apply Boyd’s OODA Loop concept to getting to a position of advantage when you’re forced to go “hands on” with a subject.
How to overcome the challenges of leadership in small agencies–
In this video, PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie discusses the challenges of police leadership in small agencies with Chief Jason Sharp, of the Parsons, Kan. Police Department.
Reality Training: Responding to an armed, irrational subject–
Dave Smith reviews a confrontation with an armed robbery suspect in Gainesville (Fla.) that highlights the importance of verbalization and taking universal precautions when rendering aid. Smith also explains the psychology behind the use of vulgar language in certain situations.
Lessons learned from the Bundy Ranch standoff–
Thom Jackson and Doug Wyllie review the Bundy Ranch standoff, which occurred in Nevada. Jackson details his experience and notes that keeping the peace and refusing to be baited while still taking control was key in negotiating power.
Conditioning drills for the upper and lower body–
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne offers a set of drills that can help you improve your hand speed, hand strength, leg strength, foot work, and overall conditioning.
TECC: What PDs should consider before implementation–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie and Lt. Eric Dickinson discuss the benefits of TECC (Tactical Emergency Casualty Care) training and some of the considerations for police agencies looking to implement it.
Reality Training: How to use your less lethal options safely and effectively–
Officers in Lubbock (Texas) demonstrate effective use of less lethal options in this encounter with an armed subject.
Defeating a close-quarters ambush–
In this video tactical tip, Lee Shaykhet — alongside demonstration partner Doug Wyllie — speaks about and shows us some ways you can defeat an assailant who draws a weapon unexpectedly at hand-to-hand distance. Knowing that action always beats reaction, Lee offers some thoughts about how to reduce the time it takes to respond to that attack.
Reality Training: Mitigating the aftermath of a critical incident–
What are best practices after a shooting has occurred? Dave Smith reviews a Colorado officer-involved shooting to provide key tips and tactics.
Underhook and Pike Series: Triple Threat–
In this video tactical tip, Ray Price of ISR Matrix International alongside demonstration partner Fletch Fuller, also of ISR Matrix International discusses and demonstrates what to do when using the Underhook and Pike technique and the subject attempts to go for the officer’s legs. Click here for the first video tip, here for the second one in this series, and here for the third in the series.
Underhook and Pike Series: When Subject Stands Up–
In this video tactical tip, Ray Price of ISR Matrix International alongside demonstration partner Fletch Fuller, also of ISR Matrix International discusses and demonstrates what to do when the subject attemptes to stand up and regain his posture. This is the third in a series of tactical tips on the Underhook and Pike technique. Click here for the first video tip, and here for the second one in this series.
Reality Training: Never give up the fight–
A vicious attack on an Ohio officer serves as a reminder of the importance of mental rehearsal and never giving up the fight in a critical incident.
Underhook and Pike: How to defend yourself against headlocks–
Ray Price and Fletch Fuller from ISR Matrix International demonstrate how to defend yourself against headlocks.
Underhook and Pike Series: Basic Control of the Subject–
In this video tactical tip, Ray Price of ISR Matrix International alongside demonstration partner Fletch Fuller, also of ISR Matrix International speaks about and shows us some of the fundamentals of the Underhook and Pike technique. The first in a series of tactical tips on the tactic, Price explains how you can achieve basic control of the subject.
Reality Training: Never expect a safe environment–
We all know there's no such thing as a routine traffic stop, but the feeling of security that comes with what appears to be a "safe" environment can sometimes be hard to ignore. Dave Smith reviews a harrowing incident out of Oklahoma that began as a minor stop of a family on a quiet road and ended with a third party sneaking up behind the officer and attacking him with a pair of scissors.
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