Criminal Justice Degrees - Columbia Southern University
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By David Griffith
Now that Williams has achieved one of her greatest career goals by becoming chief of her hometown Phoenix PD, she has equally lofty goals for the department.
By Melanie Basich
New use-of-force simulator training provides customization so officers can experience scenarios as close to real life as possible.
By Dave Smith
When officers do well it's inevitably because they have kept true to the training they were given.
By George Ryan
In time, and with practice, you can apply your breathing practice as a response to stress and to help with emotional regulation even when responding to high-priority radio calls and after critical incidents.
By Amaury Murgado
Focus is all about concentrating on what's important, being in the present, and not letting anything distract you. Of course, that's a lot easier said than done.
How much sleep are you getting? When you are in law enforcement, the answer is most likely "not enough." But the best performance-enhancing drug is getting enough sleep per night as consistently as possible.
By Darrell Burton
Let's take a look at some overlooked and undervalued areas of training and program development that departments and agencies can start to implement immediately to reduce training injuries.
By William Harvey
Since 1976 law enforcement training has seen many changes as well as challenges, and it's interesting to chart that four-decade-long evolution.
By Michael Schlosser
Most officers have never used their batons as a striking tool, and most officers have either rarely or never used their baton as a leverage tool or control device.
IADLEST's National Certification Program (NCP) evaluates both online and in-person training programs for law enforcement officers. IADLEST has both created a methodology and a process for evaluating training before granting its seal of approval.