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Rethinking the OODA Loop
Police Trainer Says Officers Should "Practice What You Suck At"

Police Trainer Says Officers Should "Practice What You Suck At"

Todd Fletcher—owner and lead instructor for Combative Firearms Training and 2022 ILEETA Trainer of the Year—delivers a course titled, "Practice What You Suck At" during which he emphasizes the importance of working on skills that improving your weaknesses and take you outside of your comfort zone.

May 9, 2022

Applying a Famous Mother Theresa Quote to Law Enforcement
A NY Training Program for EDP Response is a Great Model to Mirror

A NY Training Program for EDP Response is a Great Model to Mirror

The Troy (NY) Police Department's Emotionally Distressed Persons Response Team (EDPRT)—and its weeklong training held at Hudson Valley Community College—helps officers deal with emotionally disturbed persons, suicidal subjects, people exhibiting irrational behavior, and individuals suffering from psychiatric crises.

April 25, 2022

Training Reminders from Florida Deputies' Vehicle Fire Rescue

Training Reminders from Florida Deputies' Vehicle Fire Rescue

Every year, vehicle fires—almost always caused by collisions and crashes—kill hundreds of motorists and their passengers. In almost every instance of a vehicle fire, the first arriving public safety personnel are not firefighters—they're police officers.

April 22, 2022

CA Lieutenant With Autistic Son Leads Awareness Efforts; He and Wife Design Special Patch

CA Lieutenant With Autistic Son Leads Awareness Efforts; He and Wife Design Special Patch

Lt. Brian Corletto, of the Whittier (CA) Police Department, is leading his department’s efforts to educate the community about individuals on the autism spectrum as Autism Acceptance Month is observed across the nation during April. The veteran officer of 16 years understands the need to create understanding and acceptance not just as a first responder but also as a parent.

April 18, 2022

NYC Subway Attack Offers Reminders About Response to "Soft Target" Attacks
Making Training More Memorable with Catchphrases
How Every Police Agency Is (Or Can Be) an Incredible ISLAND Unto Its Own
Ohio Officer's Death Compels Conversation About Spike Strip Safety

Ohio Officer's Death Compels Conversation About Spike Strip Safety

The tragic death of Bluffton, OH, Police Officer Dominic Francis—who was laying out spikes in a roadway when he was struck by a suspect driving a stolen vehicle involved in a police pursuit—should commence conversations about training to safely deploy tire-deflation devices.

April 8, 2022

Autism Awareness Month: Training Police for Contact with ASD Subjects

Autism Awareness Month: Training Police for Contact with ASD Subjects

Police contact with a person on the Autism spectrum can stem from a missing persons report, a medical emergency, a criminal complaint, or just about anything else. Training and education can help keep officers and individuals with an autism spectrum disorder safe.

April 4, 2022

Minneapolis Training on K-9 CPR Offers Reminder for Contacts with Animals
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