Safety - page 8
FULL LIST OF Safety - page 8 Topics
Chief's message on officer injuries–
After a spur of officer-involved violent incidents, the Portland police chief released a video to his officers to rally department members and show his support.
Approaching a Meth Suspect–
Former BNE Special Agent Robert Penal discusses what you need to think about when approaching an individual under the effects of methamphetamine.
Learn how to defend against punching attacks with these effective drills demonstrated by martial arts instructor Diana Rathborne.
Ontario Provincial Police Association - "Here for You" Video–
Times have changed -- Ontario and Canada face new challenges, from white collar crime to cyberbullies. That's why we're here for our communities. We're here for you. Our members work hard every day to keep our communities safe, healthy, and prosperous. Smart, well-trained, and committed, our members provide effective (and cost-effective) policing services to 322 Ontario communities. From Essex to Thessalon to Thunder Bay -- across nearly a million square kilometres of land and 100,000 square kilometres of waterways -- our members are proud to serve.
Thai Boxing Tool for Law Enforcement–
Diana Rathborne demonstrates how to use Thai boxing as a tool to maximize body mechanics and even stress relief.
Will to Win: Brandy Roell–
As a rookie officer just a month on the force, Brady Roell was faced with a life or death confrontation. In this segment, Roell shares her power story about her how her will to survive helped her get out alive.
In this segment, Det. John Holiday identifies the indicators of outlaw motorcycle gangs and precautions officers should take when following or approaching members.
IACP 2012: Preventing violence against police–
IACP TV goes to one of a plenary sessions where the topic of preventing violence against officers is being discussed.
Thug attacks cop twice his size during booking–
Idiot tries to attack an officer during booking in 2011 and quickly loses that battle. Not sure what he was thinking, if he was thinking at all. Just goes to show you can't let your guard down -- this guy was pretty small to take on a bigger guy, but it's not always going to be like that.
Training Programs for Women–
Art Aplan talks to Betsy Brantner Smith about "Becoming an Outdoor Woman," a training program offered in every state that offers lessons on firearms safety and how to shoot high-powered rifles.
Shake and Bake Meth Method–
Narcotics expert Robert Penal discusses the dangerous new "shake n bake" method of methamphetamine manufacturing, often conducted in cars or on lawns, which uses small containers and may result in deadly explosions.
Suicide Bombers in the US–
Threats from homegrown extremists in the US are constantly evolving. In this segment, Betsy Brantner Smith and Henry Morgenstern discuss the awareness and indicators that local law enforcement should be on the lookout for this their communities.
Man takes TASER from cop during foot pursuit–
Not sure the details behind this video, but probably could have gone better. Maybe some learning points here.
Active Shooters in our Schools–
In this informative segment, Deputy James Burke talks about how agencies can work with their school districts to catch active shooter plots early on in their lifecycle.
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.
PoliceOne top 5
- AG Lynch: US must hold police accountable
- Police departments test gun-mounted cameras
- Tenn. bill to legalize silencers introduced to Congress
- Pa. troopers union criticizes plan to scrap lie-detector tests for recruits
- Ponch and Jon are back in 'CHiPs' movie trailer