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Semi truck swipes squad on highway shoulder–
Police have released dash cam footage showing a semi truck brushing against a trooper’s cruiser and another vehicle on the highway to raise awareness about the “Move Over” law.
Interview and Interrogation Techniques–
Dave Smith interviews Lou Tessmann about the importance of proper interview and interrogation techniques. They discuss the importance of establishing a rapport with the suspect, the ability to read body language, and to prioritize officer safety.
Surviving hidden weapons–
Captain Steve Johnson discusses the importance of continuing your training and staying up to date on the current trends of hidden compartments in seemingly everyday items.
Police Officer Tribute - The Lion–
A collection of clips that illustrate some of the most dangerous moments on patrol.
Exploding firework aimed at police, firefighters–
Police say firefighters were responding to a small fire on the roof of a building when someone started shooting fireworks at them. The firefighters called police, and the same thing happened to them.
The Sheep, the Wolf and the Sheep Dog–
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman discusses the mindset difference between the sheep, the wolf, and the sheep dog.
Body Scanner Set Up at Metro Corrections–
A $250,000 piece of equipment has been set up, aimed at keeping both Louisville Metro Corrections officers and inmates safe.
Sheriff Dart Introduces New Body Scanners–
Cook County Jail is the first major correctional facility in the nation to use the RadPRO SecurPASS machines. With just a seven-second scan, officers are able to determine whether detainees are hiding drugs, weapons or other contraband in their clothing, hair or even in a body cavity. The machines do not show any anatomical outlines or facial features, ensuring detainee privacy.
Body scans at CJC provide internal and external images–
Keeping inmates and staff at the El Paso County Jail safe is a 24 hour a day-7 day a week job that includes constant supervision, security cameras, and now body scanners.
Chicago County Jail Unveils New Body Scanners–
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart showed off new body scanners at the Cook County Jail Tuesday. The scanners will be used when authorities process prisoners and are expected to provide a new level of security.
Dashcam video of Deputy James Boyd’s fateful traffic stop–
Deputy James Boyd's traffic stop on Evan Spencer Ebel reminds us about the importance of wearing a vest, trusting the gut, and never giving up. Read the article | Analysis
Will to Win: Josh Kenworthy–
Officer Josh Kenworthy of the Tomah Police describes the day he encountered a multi-state shooting suspect and found himself in a fatal gunfight.
High Risk Traffic Stops–
Dave Smith discusses a variety of traffic stops that create high risk conditions and the importance of remembering your training in those situations.
Crowd Control: SUV Running Boards–
Deployment upon approach to a crowd-control incident can be difficult, but Mike Janin talks about a possible solution utliizing running boards on a response vehicle to quickly deploy officers.
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