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Days Two and Three at SHOT Show 2022: Tracked Vehicle, Latest Optics, and a Bolt-Action .308

The Rook, which has been around for more than a decade, is a tracked armored critical incident vehicle that an agency or department can outfit with a hydraulic breaching ram, a grapple claw, a vehicle extraction tool, and an armored deployment platform (ADP) – which has recently been enhanced to give tactical teams an even higher point of entry when needed.

January 21, 2022

Reform Legislation Shouldn't Turn Police Training Into "Rocket Surgery"

Day One at SHOT Show 2022: Guns, Gear, and PepperBall Pastries

An interesting hands-on experience was over at the KelTec booth where I was surprised at just how good the new P15 feels. The striker-fired polymer handgun only weighs 14 ounces, is super thin for a double-stack 9mm, and carries 15+1.

January 19, 2022

Assessing the Need for Needs Assessment in Police Training

Assessing the Need for Needs Assessment in Police Training

There are vast libraries of dash- and body-camera videos "in house" at nearly every agency which can potentially help police trainers refine their instruction and improve police officer safety and success on the streets.

January 14, 2022

How InVeris Training Solutions is Changing Police Training

How InVeris Training Solutions is Changing Police Training

There are a good and growing number of companies out there making top-quality police use-of-force simulators. More senior (old) command staff know the name FATS, which subsequently became known as Meggitt. Early last year, that family tree added a new name—InVeris Training Solutions is the heir-apparent to a legendary line of training solutions.

January 10, 2022

False Alarm Siren in Ohio Offers Reminder for Police Trainers
Training for Threats on Schools Made Via Social Media

Training for Threats on Schools Made Via Social Media

With 2022 now upon us—and the omnipresent threat of a sequel to Omicron looming in the dark recesses of unquiet adolescent minds—the possibility that the type of threat presented on TikTok in the final days of the Fall '21 school semester still lingers.

January 7, 2022

2021 in Review: Rising Crime, COVID Rules, and Court Cases
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