FULL LIST OF Police Trainers - page 4 Videos
Reality Training: Deploying spike strips? Expect the unexpected–
The use of spike strips can be an effective way to stop a subject, but there are key safety steps officers must follow in order to avoid getting injured while deploying them. Dave Smith reviews a bizarre incident out of Oklahoma that underscores the importance of expecting the unexpected when stopping a fleeing subject.
Drills to Improve your Hand Speed and Head Movement–
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group alongside demonstration partner Peter Hedrick of MPI Protective Services elaborates on an earlier tip about developing hand speed.
The history of ILEETA–
International Law Enforcement Educators & Trainers Association (ILEETA) Deputy Executive Director Brian Willis takes us through the history of the organization and what the future holds.
Universal Evasion vs. Common Attacks–
In this video tactical tip, Peter Hetrick — Operations Manager for MPI Protective Service and MPI Training Academy — discusses and demonstrates another way to think about getting off the X for a variety of types of attack.
Reality Training: How do you handle a non-compliant subject?–
Dave Smith reviews a fatal traffic stop out of New Jersey in order to remind officers of the importance of preparing for the possibility of non-compliance from a subject.
Applying Inside Strip When the Gun Is Pointed at Somebody Else–
In this video tactical tip “Little Joe” Ferrera discusses and demonstrates the inside strip disarming technique for use when the gun is pointed at a third party (not yourself). Take a look and give it some consideration.
Reality Training: Why communication is key in police pursuits–
Dave Smith examines footage of multiple police pursuits that emphasize the importance of communication in order to maintain control during these unpredictable and dangerous situations.
Max Michel shows off shooting skills at SHOT Show 2016–
As Max Michel is known to say, shooting at a high level is all about what’s behind the gun.
Controlling the Distance While Moving Closer to a Subject–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Gary Klugiewicz — alongside demonstration partner and PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie — shares some ideas about proxemics and distance in relation to the subject.
Reality Training: How cops can stay safe on the road–
One of the most dangerous activities for law enforcement officers is driving. There are a whole lot of risks out there on the road; here's how to stay safe.
Developing Your Hand Speed–
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group — alongside demonstration partner Peter Hedrick of MPI Protective Services — demonstrates some techniques to develop hand speed that can be helpful in transitioning between different force options.
The Director Drill–
In this video tactical tip, Peter Hetrick Operations Manager for MPI Protective Service and MPI Training Academy discusses and demonstrates something he calls The Director Drill which helps prepare officers for the sucker punch or sneak attack.
Reality Training: Responding to an incident in plainclothes–
What are the safety precautions cops should take when responding to an incident in plainclothes? Dave Smith offers tips on what you can do to minimize the risk to yourself and responding officers.
An Alternative Way to Defend Yourself Against Edged Weapons–
In this video tactical tip, police and military trainer Lee Shaykhet — alongside demonstration partner and PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie — shows us a specialized technique to take a subject armed with an edged weapon to the ground.
Reality Training: How to handle a suspicious activity call–
How quickly can a call turn violent? Dave Smith reviews body cam footage of a suspicious activity call in Salt Lake City that reminds officers to always be ready for the worst.
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