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Clothing giveaways of a concealed weapon– 4
Reading subtle cues that indicate concealed carry, you may be able to anticipate you’re dealing with an armed subject and gain a preventive edge of timing and positioning. As you study a subject’s ...
8 recommendations from the FEMA Oct. 1 After-Action Report–
In August 2018, two major reports on the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival mass shooting incident were released. The first, from Las Vegas Sheriff Joe Lombardo, assessing law enforcement response to ...
Establishing a compliance baseline during a vehicle stop–
During a vehicle stop, officers can begin to evaluate safety risks within the first few minutes of contact with the operator by setting a compliance “baseline.” All decisions and actions moving for...
How law enforcement can prepare for mobile killers–
The Midland and Odessa shootings on August 31, 2019, show just how difficult it can be for law enforcement to stop a highly mobile killer. The suspect in Texas was highly mobile, leaving a trail of...
Why police officers need to train to win–
As you prepare seriously for your next fight, unlike an MMA fighter your contest will not be fought for money or fame; it will be a fight for your life. If impacts become necessary, they should be ...
Two ways to improve firearms training– 1
By Jason Wuestenberg, PoliceOne Contributor There are two basic fundamental ways for agencies to improve their police firearms training – and both ways are often overlooked. 1. Develop your firearm...
Training tip: Tactical options for SWAT making a 'tubular assault'– 11
There are a couple tactical options that tend to be overlooked in the planning stages of a tubular assault. SWAT commanders seem to focus on the entry point of the plane and the close proximity of ...
Why repetition is your friend when it comes to holster positioning– 1
Article updated on October 18, 2018 Each time you start your shift, make sure your duty belt and equipment within is in good working order. Is your holster located in the sweet spot for your draw t...
Take a tactical position when writing a ticket– 2
When writing or printing off a ticket, or working on your computer during a stop, it is easy to be distracted and not pay full attention to your surroundings. Especially at night, consider moving t...
Video: Dealing with anticipation of recoil– 12
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor — alongside PoliceOne Editor at Large Doug Wyllie — discuss and demonstrate some thoughts about pistol recoil, and how to train to overcome the ant...
Video: Defense against the necktie– 10
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shares a technique you can use when a subject gets you into what is commonly called a necktie attack, where t...
Video: The hook sweep–
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shares a technique you can use when to take a subject to the ground you are flat on your back in full guard.
Video: Defensive ground tactics using open guard with hip index–
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shares a technique to keep the bad guy away from your head (the command center, as Fletch puts it) utilizing ...
Video: The wrist weave to a takedown–
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shows us a non-traditional tactic to take a subject to the ground while engaged in the wrist weave position.
Video: The wrist weave to cuffing position–
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price — shows us how to transition from the wrist weave on a resistive subject, and into a position to apply the handcuffs.
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