FULL LIST OF Response RESULTS
Improving police response time doesn’t reduce crime, so why is it still important?–
Agency administrators had been operating under the assumption that getting to the call quicker can increase arrest rates
How Boston Marathon led to widespread adoption of tourniquets–
After successful deployment at the Boston Marathon, tourniquets go mainstream
Denver police investigate dispatch, 911 response time after killing–
Police officials said internal investigation will focus on the time it took officers to respond to the home, and whether dispatchers properly prioritized call
Advanced Rapid Response training footage–
Footage of an Advanced Rapid Response training class hosted by the West Columbia Police Department in South Carolina.
Navy Yard shooting: Police response–
Footage captures the size and scope of the police and emergency response to the shooting.
Terrorism Awareness (POSA)–
As the first line of defense, LE officers play a critical role in fighting terrorism. This program, with Michael Finney, covers common definitions, tactics and targets of terrorists and defensive tactics that can be used.
Detroit reporter mocks police response time–
A reporter in Detroit mocked police response times in the city.
Crowd Control - Continuum–
Do you know how to progressively respond to a crowd control situation? Mike Janin will teach you how in this segment.
Mike Janin: Crowd Control–
Trainer Mike Janin talks about the importance of preparing for crowd-control needs, including the three types of crowd events, and the need to have flexible response plans in place for each.
Reaction and Response to TASER Hit–
Dave Smith talks to Cpl. Ryan Spurling of the Washington State Patrol about the different responses people can have to TASER hits. In performing different exercises to determine a subject's ability to shoot a gun while being tased, the Washington State Patrol found that under certain conditions, the subject may still be able to use deadly force on an officer.
Identifying Terrorist Activities–
A retired NYPD detective tells Betsy Brantner Smith what average cops on the street should look out for when identifying terrorist activities.
Autism Recognition and Response–
Giant Steps director Susan Hamre lays out what to expect when you encounter an individual with autism.
Primal, Protective and Tactical Response–
An officer can use his or her tactics to make a fight happen, or an officer can be the subject of an unprovoked attack. Using psychology and physiology, Tony Blauer talks about the body's response.
Plan for the 'Maximum of Maximums'–
In this video, Rich Serino of FEMA discusses how the Bay Area Urban Shield exercise is a great opportunity to learn how to respond together and stretch disaster capabilities to the "Maximum of Maximums."
Critical Incident Response–
From terrorist attacks to natural disasters it is incumbent upon local law enforcers to be prepared for a critical incident at any time. In this segment, Barb Harris outlines a response plan for emergencies.
PoliceOne top 5
- NYC's 'Hipster Cop' retires from the force
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- Cop's daughter makes teddy bears from uniforms of fallen officers
- Court: Sheriff exempt from releasing immigration records
- Missing reports prompt review of Texas police shootings law
6 tracker-approved skills you need for wilderness survival
From hunting fugitives for your department to pure wilderness adventure entertainment, survivalism is a useful skillset.