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P1 Roll Call: 63 Ohio police suspended, officer dragged during traffic stop–
For the week of October 18, Dave Smith discusses a picture of a Boston cop that caught the nation's attention, an Ohio pursuit that resulted in the suspension of 63 officers, a state trooper who was injured after jumping into a suspect's vehicle, a family's 8-year legal battle with the Department of Justice over a fallen officer's death benefits, and a "Not Today" moment regarding traffic stops.
Throwback: 1969 'Shooting for Survival'–
Training film produced in 1969 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation highlights defensive firearms training for law enforcement agents.
Terrorism 'dry runs' reported aboard US Airways Flight 1880–
The activities aboard US Airways Flight 1880 from Washington Reagan National to Orlando International on September 2, 2013 should serve as a wake-up call for all of us.
Report writing: Time management–
Report Writing consists of many areas that are important and combine to ensure a successful prosecution. This includes a writing factually accurate report and the need to remember time management techniques in order to complete a report. In this segment, William Fogarty suggests the writer understand the need to complete a report using good time management techniques.
P1 Roll Call: NFL bans off-duty carry, Ore. trooper ambushed–
For the week of October 11, Dave Smith analyzes the scuffle that occurred between bikers and an SUV driver that has resulted in the arrest of an NYPD detective suspected of being involved, as well as a new motion that bans off-duty police from attending NFL events armed, an announcement by the NTOA for more medical training, and a shocking 'Not Today' moment from Oregon.
Throwback: 1962 'Tear Gas in Law Enforcement'–
Produced on behalf of the Lake Erie Chemical Corporation, this 1962 police training film demonstrates crowd control tactics through the use of tear gas.
Advanced Rapid Response training footage–
Footage of an Advanced Rapid Response training class hosted by the West Columbia Police Department in South Carolina.
Controlled vehicle collisions–
The Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Academy held two controlled car accidents for the purpose of accident reconstruction training. Four retired police cruisers, creating one high-speed and one low-speed crash, were used.
P1 Roll Call: Dorner victim back on duty, Police dad banned from wearing uniform–
For the week of October 4, Dave Smith addresses the controversy that arose over a SWAT officer being told not to wear his gear on his daughter's school campus, the return of the California officer who was wounded by then-fugitive Chris Dorner, a cop's selfless good deed for a neighborhood kid, and this week's Not Today!
Throwback: 'Defense Tactics' circa 1960–
A 1960 FBI hand-to-hand combat training film.
Footage of instructors in two law enforcement vessels working together to pursue a mock non-compliant vessel.
Terrorism at home–
Law Enforcement Expert Betsy Brantner Smith discusses what local law enforcement can do to help prevent terrorism at home.
Living with an autistic child–
Director Susan Hamre of Giant Steps discusses the challenges officers face when raising an autistic child.
P1 Roll Call: Jogging cop kills robber, Heroes of mall terror attack–
For the week of September 27, Dave Smith shines a light on the plainclothes, lightly armed officers who saved hostages from the mall shooting in Nairobi, Kenya, a remarkable call a wounded officer made to dispatch after he was shot, and a 'Not Today' story that makes an argument for carrying while off-duty.
Throwback: 1974 'Forcible Entry' training film–
FBI training film from 1974 demonstrates situations in which police are excused from compliance with statutory knock and notice requirements when forcibly entering premises.
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