Traffic Enforcement, Highway Patrol
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DUI Testing and Safety–
In this video, Dave Smith talks with Kyle Clark about the dangers associated with getting up close and personal during DUI testing and the importance of awareness.
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. Could this tragedy have been prevented?
Domenic Cappelluti: Gang Combat Dynamics–
In this segment, Domenic Cappelluti explains how officers should look "beyond the ticket" during traffic stops to recognize potential indicators of street gang involvement.
Reality Training: High-Speed Pursuit with Dying Dog–
This training video demonstrates how police officers, when thrust into a crisis involving a man and his dying dog, balance officer survival, public safety, and compassion.
A sky-high DUI–
"I can't have you driving down the road in a Skyjack drinking beer," the officer said. "Come on down and we'll get this figured out."
Travis Yates: The Dangers of an Intersection–
As you’ll see on PoliceOne’s daily news lineup, intersections are an enemy in waiting. How many intersections do you cross per day? Each one is a new danger.
Deputy hits woman with TASER–
Her trip to the ground would have been softer if she would have initiated it herself when the officer asked.
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.
Federal Signal's Vision SLR Lightbar at IACP 2010–
Betsy Brantner-Smith stops by the Federal Signal booth at IACP to talk about their newest, state-of-the-art light bar, the Vision SLR. The Vision SLR has multiple color capabilities, rotater technology and an LED platform. Bright and reliable light bars are crucial to officer safety, especially when approaching intersections.
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.
Federal Signal's Valor Lightbar at IACP 2010–
Betsy Brantner-Smith stops by the Federal Signal booth at IACP to talk with Jim Sortino about their new LED Valor Lightbar. This lightbar provides about 40% more off access warning light than a typical lightbar and includes a Solaris LED Reflector and Hot Food Technology.
Chief Jeff Chudwin: Speed Kills–
Dave Smith sits down with Chief Jeff Chudwin to discuss the concept of "speed kills" both in driving and in our response times. We live in a world where safety is an illusion. He reminds us that we do not control the events around us, we can only control our response.
Code 3 at IACP 2010–
Kurt Vonder Haar, Marketing Specialist at Code 3, talks about the all new 21TR Plus Lightbar from Code 3, Inc. The new lightbar features Torus LED Technology, a black translucent top, and a central control bar. This high quality lightbar comes at a reasonable price point.
HG2 at IACP 2010–
Law and Order Supply and HG2 Emergency Lighting's 2010 IACP introduction of the Runner platform which are super-bright, wide-angle, covert lighting solutions Made in the USA.
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