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Eight Ways Police Can Improve Their Active Listening Skills  

September 1, 2017

Sponsored by American Military University

By Tim Hardiman, staff, American Military University

Police officers must constantly interact with others, but how well do they actually listen? From investigations at work to relationships at home, here are eight ways officers can improve their active listening skills.

Criminal Justice Education Options for All Experience Levels  

August 1, 2017

Sponsored by Columbia Southern University

Find the degree program to fit your personal and professional goals in the criminal justice field.

The Casio G-Shock, the First Choice for Top Cops  

July 6, 2017

Sponsored by G-Shock

By Jeremy Jesenovec

As one of the New York City’s finest, NYPD Officer Michael Counihan knows what it means to be fully prepared. Michael bought his first G-Shock 10 years ago, and he has never looked back. 

Tags: CASIO, G-Shock
<p>Try performing multiple types of exercise in a short amount of time. <em>Photos: Getty Images</em></p>

Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable  

September 5, 2017

By George Ryan

The philosophy of high-intensity physical training meshes well with officers' schedules and performance needs, and it is a gateway to peak performance and resilience.

<p>If the arm remains extended try a straight-arm takedown. <em>Photos: Adalyn Schlosser</em></p>

Control Tactics and Counter-Tactics  

September 5, 2017

By Michael Schlosser and Dallas Schlosser

It's important that you know how to defeat an arrestee's response to your control techniques.

<p>Civilians with an educational background in science have skills needed by CSIs in today&#39;s world. <em>Photo: Amaury Murgado</em></p>

Civilian CSIs  

September 5, 2017

By Ronnie Garrett

Law enforcement agencies are finding a blended approach of utilizing civilians as CSIs provides the best of both worlds.

<p><em>Photo: Getty Images</em></p>

How to Succeed as a First-time Supervisor  

September 5, 2017

By William Harvey

Prepare for a leadership role by acquiring the skills and training you'll need.

<p><em>Photo: Anthony Sherman, President of Genesis Group</em></p>

Accessing and Drawing the Tools on Your Belt  

September 5, 2017

By Dave Young

When it comes to your duty belt, the most important question is whether you can get to what you need when you need it.

<p>Running drills are just one part of this law enforcement fitness program. <em>Photo courtesy of Cranberry Township, PA Police Department.</em></p>

Incentives and Volunteers  

August 7, 2017

By Darnell Dinkins

A Pennsylvania police department's voluntary fitness program is motivating officers and helping build community.

<p>Training wearing full gear in the water will help officers prepare to swim with extra weight should they need to do so in the field.<em> Photo by Dave Young.</em></p>

Make Your Training Real  

August 7, 2017

By Dave Young

If your defensive tactics training doesn't reproduce the conditions you will face on the street, then you are training to fail.

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