Safety - page 9
FULL LIST OF Safety - page 9 Topics
Using Vehicles for Cover–
Betsy Brantner-Smith talks with Senior Sig Sauer Academy Instructor J.C. Corbett about how (and how not to) use your vehicle for cover during a potential firefight, including some common pitfalls.
"Warrior Classic" Sponsor Stun-Cuff Entertains Attendees–
Stun-Cuff, provider of prisoner compliancy and officer safety equipment, was a sponsor of the 2012 Warrior Classic.
Bullets on Vehicles Training–
Betsy Brantner Smith visits the Sig Sauer Academy to watch a training session detailing how to successfully shoot bullets into vehicles, debunking myths like tires that pop instantly on first hit.
Reality Training: Franconia Officer Killed in a Traffic Stop–
In 2007, Corporal Bruce McKay of the Franconia, New Hampshire Police Department was killed during a motor vehicle stop. Dave Smith examines the history between the suspect and the officer.
VisionAIR provides a wide spectrum of public safety software, which is used by police agencies, fire services, and EMS professionals all over the country.
Motor Patrol Officer Recalls Crash While Wearing Tourmaster Flex LE Jacket–
Tim Olson, a motor patrol officer, talks about his experience in a crash while wearing the Tourmaster Flex LE jacket from Helmet House.
Elbow Combat Tactics–
Kevin Dillon demonstrates how to perform an elbow set which can be used as a combative exercise. Elbow sets can be helpful during violent physical encounters.
The Legacy of the Lakewood Four–
This P1 exclusive video tells the story of the Lakewood ambush from the perspective of Washington state law enforcement.
RoboteX Avatar Micro–
Doug Wyllie talks with Eric Ivers of RoboteX about their portable and rugged RoboteX Avatar personal safety robot.
Single Officer Squad, No Backup Available–
Dave Smith touches on strategies that are important to keep in mind when backup is not available when responding to a call. This issue is often ignored, but there are times when you may be the only officer on the scene. It is critical that you are prepared to act in this situation - Dave gives some tips to help you stay safe.
Firearms Carry for Off-Duty Female Cops–
For a variety of reasons, some officers don't carry off-duty. Adam Painchaud talks to Betsy Brantner Smith about why officers need to be prepared to protect themselves at all times, and offers a few options for weapons concealment off the job.
Gun Safety for Children–
Betsy Brantner-Smith sits down to discuss firearms safety and children. There have been many instances when officers have left their guns at home and kids have gotten a hold of them, resulting in tragedy. Betsy explains the importance of securing your firearms and also touches on talking to your children about these weapons and what they are used for.
Ballistic Shields for the Patrol Officer–
Scott Reidy from Sig Sauer Academy talks about bringing ballistic shields to patrol and which techniques he teaches in his classes.
Dealing with Armed Citizens–
Laws about concealed carry vary across states and municipalities. Here's what to keep in mind when dealing with armed citizens.
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.
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