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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

Promoting Police Resiliency Through Peer Support  

July 1, 2017

Sponsored by American Military University

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

One of the most successful ways to help officers manage high-levels of stress is through peer support programs. Learn about the structure of peer support and why it's so important for every agency to develop a formal program.

How Can Officers Address Drone Threats?  

March 1, 2017

Sponsored by American Military University

By Anthony Galante - Assistant Professor, AMU

What can police officers do if a drone is determined to be a threat? Threats from these devices are not limited to complaints of low-flying drones, but include danger to commercial airliners, government buildings and correctional facilities, to name a few. There are approximately 100 close calls or sightings every month between commercial airliners and drones.

Briefing Skills  

July 10, 2017

By Amaury Murgado

Effectively providing information in a briefing requires choosing the right presentation method for a given audience.

<p>Grabbing the bill of a suspect&#39;s cap is one of many methods of taking advantage of clothing during an arrest. (Photo: POLICE File)</p>

Cloth Handles for Arrest and Control  

July 10, 2017

By Al Abidin and Greg McNamee

If you know how to take advantage of what a suspect wears, you can use these handles to help get him or her into handcuffs.

<p>Photo: POLICE File</p>

Assessing Your Education Options  

July 7, 2017

By Ronnie Garrett

Students need to seek out educational opportunities that hit a variety of learning styles—all programs (whether in a classroom or online) are not created equal.

<p>Photo by Lawrence Heiskell.</p>

The Twist That Saves Lives  

June 15, 2017

By David Griffith

Not that long ago any police commander who was buying tourniquets for officers and urging their use when appropriate would have been thought reckless. But now more officers are carrying these life-saving devices on duty.

<p>When conducting a search with a flashlight, you still face threats from areas that are not illuminated. (Photo: Edward M. Santos)</p>

Lights On or Lights Off  

June 10, 2017

By Edward M. Santos

Light on or light off when conducting building searches? After conducting a year of very specific testing, my answer remains the same: Turn the building or room lights on, if you can.

Preparedness, Not Paranoia  

June 10, 2017

By Amaury Murgado

We must be prepared to deal with danger but not feed into our emotions. Fear makes us irrational. Police officers cannot afford to be irrational.

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