Training - page 8
FULL LIST OF Training - page 8 RESULTS
P1 Roll Call: High teen steals cop's gun, off-duty cop shoots man at home–
For the week of August 2, Dave Smith recaps a Calif. ambush in which four suspects jumped out of a vehicle and fired on police, two separate incidents that officers' service weapons were taken and used against them, and an off-duty Not Today moment.
Virginia Tech massacre–
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman discusses the tragedy of the Virginia Tech Massacre, what he describes as the most horrifying account he has ever witnessed.
P1 Roll Call: Loss of rescue cop, Chief calms riots–
For the week of July 26, we recap the tragic death of a Las Vegas cop who died while rescuing a stranded hiker, a New Mexico department that's under fire for not recognizing a suspect's heath problems, and a police chief who set the stage for peaceful protests in his town.
Police academy recruits pepper sprayed–
Police academy recruits take pepper spray to the face during an exercise in empathy training.
Interview and Interrogation Techniques–
Dave Smith interviews Lou Tessmann about the importance of proper interview and interrogation techniques. They discuss the importance of establishing a rapport with the suspect, the ability to read body language, and to prioritize officer safety.
Surviving hidden weapons–
Captain Steve Johnson discusses the importance of continuing your training and staying up to date on the current trends of hidden compartments in seemingly everyday items.
Tip - Using a Laser with a White Light (POSA)–
A training video on using lasers with white lights. (POSA)
P1 Roll Call: Hero cop rescues Asiana victims, LODD report–
For the week of July 12, Dave Smith recaps the heroic efforts of a San Francisco cop who boarded the Asiana flight that crashed to rescue victims, a lawsuit that brings the Third Amendment into question, the mid-year LODD report, and P1's Police Hero contest.
Crowd Control: Bicycles–
See how bicycle officers can be an invaluable asset as you watch Betsy Brantner-Smith discuss tactics for crowd control with two such officers.
Domestic Violence Calls–
Dave Smith discusses the dangers of domestic violence calls and the traits that are unique to these situations. He expresses the importance of getting as much information as possible from dispatch and to never get complacent when visiting a recidivist.
Doug's Police Hero–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie describes why Chuck Remsberg is his Police Hero. Enter your own story for a chance to win a VIEVU LE2 Body Worn Video Camera, worth $899! Winning stories will also be featured on PoliceOne.com and on Facebook. Enter here
Competitive Shooting as a Practical Application of Firearm Skills–
Besty Brantner Smith interviews Adam Painchaud regarding his experiences as a competitive shooter and how it can be a fun activity, as well as improve your shooting skills for out in the field.
P1 Roll Call: Racial profiling bill; Ashes to Patches–
For the week of June 21, Betsy Brantner Smith discusses a bill that would potentially ban police from describing suspects using their skin color, race, gender, or age, the Oklahoma hostage situation in which police rescued a toddler, and a heartwarming endeavor to restore a boy's police patch collection.
Privacy Protocols for Officers and the Internet–
Doug Wyllie interviews Lauri Stevens regarding officer safety issues related to social networking and the internet. Lauri emphasizes some of the important privacy settings to put in place for officers who use Facebook, as well as camera settings for your cell phone.
P1 Roll Call: Officer's ambush survival, Bizarre exorcism 911 call–
For the week of June 14, Dave Smith discusses a St. Louis officer's escape from an ambush, a controversial pursuit that resulted in the death of a suspect, and a bizarre 911 call involving...an exorcism. This week’s Roll Call is brought to you by
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