FULL LIST OF Training - page 6 Topics
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.
Law Enforcement and television–
Law enforcement trainer and expert witness Roy Bedard talks with Betsy Brantner Smith about the effect media has on law enforcement, and how the rise of citizen journalism has police constantly in the spotlight.
Complex child abuse investigations–
Matt Stiehm talks with PoliceOne Editor In Chief Doug Wyllie about the infamous Jerry Sandusky case and discusses difficulties associated with complex child abuse investigations.
Officer rescue scenario run–
Footage of a scenario run at the Hill College Law Enforcement Training Center in Texas.
P1 Roll Call: Navy Yard investigation, Suspect jumps from cruiser–
For the week of September 20, Dave Smith analyzes the mass shooting that occurred this week at the Navy Yard in Washington and the ongoing investigation into the way it was handled, as well as an LODD update as we start the last quarter of the year, and a heartwarming story of a boy's small but truly meaningful effort to help his local department.
K9 Training: K-9 protects 5-year-old from bad guys–
The daughter of a dog training expert, her dad provided her with her very own German Shepherd bodyguard to keep "bad guys" at bay.
"The Dirty Dozen" police academy video–
High-octane video showcasing a class at a police academy in Texas.
K-9 training in Ind.–
Footage of police officers training with their K-9 partners in the North American Police Work Dog Association workshop in Valparaiso, Ind.
Patrol Basics: Contact and Cover–
Betsy Brantner Smith reviews the basics of contact and cover and the importance of maintaining your roles while interacting with suspects.
A formidable foe for law enforcement–
James Burke of the Montgomery County, Ohio Sheriffs Department discusses both the Columbine and Virginia Tech school shootings and gives recommendations on how law enforcement can deal with these formidable foes.
Best knife defense video ever–
A hilariously over-the-top police training video regarding knife defense tactics.
SIRT - Dry to Live Fire Training–
The SIRT Training Pistol is a totally inert standalone unit that allows users to safely train trigger mechanics, site alignment/picture, magazine changes, grip, draws, ect.
History of Hispanic gangs–
Gang Specialist Gabriel Morales talks about the complex history of Hispanic gangs, which dates back to the mid 1800's and the Mexican-American War.
P1 Roll Call: Utah cop ambushed, Citizens rescue cops–
This week, Dave Smith discusses the first-ever LODD for Draper Utah, two instances of citizens rescuing police, and this week's Not Today moment: when a war veteran thwarted an armed robbery using his own gun.
PoliceOne top 5
- Mistrial declared in fatal SC OIS
- FBI agent arrested after firing gun at Mich. police
- Video: Tenn. police lieutenant fatally shoots man charging at him
- 1 Ga. officer killed, 1 critical; shooter at large
- Prosecutor drops charges in death of Detroit college officer
18 military service members participating in the 2016 Rio Olympics
These athletes protect and represent our country and deserve all the recognition they can get during the 2016 Olympic Games