Training - page 4
FULL LIST OF Training - page 4 Videos
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.
Funny training accident–
A humane investigator in training takes a spill after firing a net gun.
Throwback: 1975 police vehicle training film–
A '70s era training film on how to handle a police vehicle while in pursuit.
Crowd Control: Demonstrator Tactics–
Crowd control expert Mike Janin talks in great detail about some of the tactics and operating procedures of protestor groups. Your next crowd control event could have you facing similar challenges, know what you're up against by watching.
P1 Roll Call: Criminals taunt NYPD, Fearless officer killed–
For the week of August 30, Dave Smith recaps the heroic rescue of a woman in a car fire, the taunting that NYPD officers are facing in the wake of the stop-and-frisk trial, a tragic death of a Baltimore tactical officer, and this week's 'Not Today.'
Conducting gang interviews–
Andy Eways discusses important considerations when officers conduct interviews of gang members.
P1 Roll Call: Hostage kills inmate, Cop killed in carjacking–
In this week's Roll Call, Dave Smith talks about the retired corrections officer who killed an escaped inmate after he broke into his home, and the off-duty officer who died trying to rescue his brother-in-law when their truck was carjacked in Las Vegas, plus this week's 'Not Today' moment.
Doug Wyllie and Dick Fairburn talk about the Designated Marksman - someone with low to medium power optics on their rifle to identify targets not quite at the rate of a sniper but advantageous to patrolmen.
Mesa explorer recruitment video–
Mesa police give potential police explorers a look into what the program would be like.
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