Rural Law Enforcement
FULL LIST OF Rural Law Enforcement RESULTS
Rural Wash. COs go the extra mile–
This video looks at the challenges and opportunities community corrections officers face in Washington state's most remote areas.
How to overcome the challenges of leadership in small agencies–
In this video, PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie discusses the challenges of police leadership in small agencies with Chief Jason Sharp, of the Parsons, Kan. Police Department.
Reality Training: Never expect a safe environment–
We all know there's no such thing as a routine traffic stop, but the feeling of security that comes with what appears to be a "safe" environment can sometimes be hard to ignore. Dave Smith reviews a harrowing incident out of Oklahoma that began as a minor stop of a family on a quiet road and ended with a third party sneaking up behind the officer and attacking him with a pair of scissors.
Reality Training: Are you prepared for an ambush attack?–
The savage killing of a California deputy is a tragic reminder of the dangers cops face on patrol. Here are some safety tips on how to respond to an attack.
Going on an outdoor adventure? Here's how to (properly) pack a backpack–
Tips on how to properly pack for your next outdoor adventure.
Minn. cops use TASER to free deer tangled by antlers–
The antlers of the two bucks were locked together. One deer was dead and the other was thrashing around.
Helmet cam: Ariz. deputies rescue stroke victim from canyon–
Helmet cam captures the dramatic aerial rescue of a reported stroke victim on the Sabino Canyon Trail in Ariz. The Pima County Sheriff's Department were dispatched to the scene on April 5th. With their quick actions, the patient received care in just under an hour.
War vet arrested for 'rudely displaying' gun–
The Temple Police Department released its dash cam video of the arrest of an Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran who was stopped while hiking with his teenage son and disarmed – a controversial arrest that led to two high profile trials.
Okla. cop saves 2-year-old hostage–
When the assailant began “counting down” the last seconds of the young girl’s life, an officer killed the suspect with a single gunshot.
Officer pepper sprays out-of-control teen–
Mother called police after kid broke $3000 television because his mother refused to buy him a video game.
Small, Rural, Tribal and Border Regional Center–
In this video, Dave Smith talks with Scott Barker about the challenges of working in small, rural, tribal and border police departments and how NIJ is assisting these departments overcome budget constraints and technology issues.
Staying hydrated on duty–
The human body is always dehydrating — regardless of the climate, the temperature, or the geography in which that body is operating. The effects of dehydration are not only physical — they’re mental as well. One of the first capabilities a dehydrated person will lose is their ability to think quickly and critically. Keep fluids in your squad car so you can keep replenishing fluids in your body.
A cat on a cop's head–
"A feline fan for a man in blue," writes BLUtube user 'jimt5367' of this pesky little black cat who won't leave the officer alone as he attempts to issue a citation.
Operation Wild - Open Season–
These guys have the daunting task of protecting all of Florida's wildlife. Watch the Wildlife Conservation Commission in action on Operation Wild, Fridays at 9 p.m. on Planet Green.
Kyle Lamb: Movement Formation vs. Fighting Formation–
PoliceOne Senior Editor, Doug Wyllie, speaks with Kyle Lamb, founder of Viking Tactics, Inc. Kyle has trained many law enforcement officers to focus on standing in a fighting formation in open shooter instances. By following the fighting formation technique, officers are more likely to stay safe and to also catch the suspect.
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