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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.
Gun retention techniques and the use of backup weapons–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Columnist Duane Wolfe — alongside demonstration partner and PoliceOne Contributor Lee Shaykhet — discuss ways in which weapon retention drills can be made as realistic as possible, as well as introducing the use of backup weapons into the scenarios.
How cops can better serve people who have autism–
In this video, Susan Hamre recalls a conversation with a woman giving thanks to law enforcement for focusing more on how to better serve those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Susan tells the woman’s story and its significance in continuing to address ASD within law enforcement.
Reality Training: 5 key tactics for a felony stop–
A Florida traffic stop that erupted in gunfire serves as a powerful reminder of maintaining your felony stop discipline. Dave Smith reviews key safety and survival tactics.
Succession planning for law enforcement–
In this video, Doug Wyllie discusses the value of succession planning for law enforcement leaders with Manuel Ovalle.
Improving your hand speed and strength–
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group alongside demonstration partner Peter Hedrick of MPI Protective Services offers some thoughts on a conditioning drill that can help you improve your hand speed and strength.
A holistic approach to police health and wellness–
Officers face many daily challenges that bring on stress. How can they best take care of themselves? Mark St. Hilaire breaks down where the focus should be.
Reality Training: How to render first aid to a downed suspect–
It's a tricky transition: One minute you're engaging an armed suspect, the next you're attempting to save the suspect's life. Dave Smith reviews an incident that serves as a shining example of how to render aid when a suspect is down.
The Cross Side Roll Out from Weapon Retention–
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller of ISR Matrix International alongside demonstration partner Ray Price, also of ISR Matrix International talks about the problem in weapon retention where for whatever reason, the weapon has come out and you have to maintain possession of it.
The science behind arrest-related deaths–
Dr. Darrell Ross unpacks the facts behind in-custody deaths.
Reality Training: What should you do when an ECD fails?–
Electronic control devices are one of the most useful tools on a duty belt. Although it's a rare occurance, these devices can sometimes fail. Dave Smith offers key tactics in the unlikely event that this happens.
How to write effective use of force incident reports–
Joel Shults details key things to remember when writing your use of force incident report.
How to gain tactical advantage by showing respect–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Gary Klugiewicz discusses the tactical advantage an officer can gain by showing respect. Further, Klugiewicz explains how one can effectively do things that conveys to a subject that show of respect.
Why FTOs need to be adaptive–
Thomas Dworak speaks with PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie about the evolution of the field training officer (FTO) and how to train them to have an adaptive philosophy.
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