FULL LIST OF Police Trainers - page 6 RESULTS
Reality Training: How to avoid accidents at shooting ranges–
Dave Smith outlines the proper safety precautions police officers should take while training out on the range.
Why well-documented reports are vital in use of force incidents–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie talks with Matt Stiehm about the importance of well-documented, detailed narratives when writing about use of force.
Over Hand Arm Drag from Weapon Retention–
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller of ISR Matrix International alongside demonstration partner Ray Price, also of ISR Matrix International speaks about and shows us an avoidance skill for someone grabbing your gun called the Over Hand Arm Drag from Weapon Retention.
How gender differences affect workplace dynamics in PDs–
Law enforcement expert Betsy Brantner Smith discusses some of the differences between men and women on the force and how to embrace those differences.
Reality Training: Reapproaching a suspect after the shooting stops–
Dave Smith takes a look at body camera footage of a fatal police shooting in Ohio in order to offer key points on what to do after an OIS.
Detecting deception through body language in high-risk situations–
Beau Cisco discusses common types of body language that are potentially indicative of a high-risk encounter taking a turn for the worse.
Reality Training: How to survive an off-duty encounter–
Dave Smith takes us to Albuquerque (N.M.) in order to provide lessons on how to respond to a dangerous situation while off-duty.
Reality Training: Winning a confrontation when the subject has the drop on you–
Dave Smith analyzes an officer's fight for survival in order to break down five important principles of traffic stop safety.
Rapid Deployment 2.0: Responding to active shooters–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie interviews P1 Columnist Dick Fairburn about rapidly responding to active shooter incidents.
The challenges of implementing active shooter training in schools–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie talks with Lt. Tim Troxel about the challenges of implementing active shooter response training in schools and how developing a program is ultimately worth the effort.
Reality Training: 3 vital principles of foot pursuits–
Dave Smith breaks down body cam footage from Evansville, Ind. that highlights the importance of not allowing the suspect to predict your movements.
The power of apology: When and how cops should say sorry–
Matt Stiehm unpacks how making an apology can lead to a positive effect in various law enforcement situations.
Training teachers to respond to active shooter incidents–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie interviews Lt. Tim Troxel on the importance of instructing and equipping teachers to respond to a threat in their schools.
Utilizing care for non-hostile incidents–
As agencies increase their focus on training for active shooter incidents and the like, P1 Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie interviews Lt. Eric Dickinson about the importance of not losing sight of preparing for the more frequent occurrence of responding to victims of non-hostile incidents.
Mental illness: The challenges of staying on medication–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie interviews Pat Doyle about some of the challenges those with mental illness face that cops may not be aware of.
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