In 2012, First Constable Michael Jaszczyszyn of the Royal Canadian Mounted Patrol suffered the permanent loss of sight in his right eye due to a rare form of cancer. After training himself to fire his patrol rifle from his left side and practicing to improve his depth perception, Jaszczyszyn returned to patrol duties in December 2017. Since Jaszczyszyn returned to duty—changing RCMP policy in the process—two other Canadian officers with vision issues have also resumed...
August 24, 2018
A Jackson (TN) Police Department Firearms Instructor who was injured when he was accidentally shot by another officer during training has been treated and released from Regional One Medical Center in Memphis, according to Jackson Police Chief Julian Wiser. More Here.
October 19, 2017
Trooper David Kedra, 26, of the Troop K, Skippack station was participating in a training exercise at the Montgomery County Public Safety Training Complex in Conshohocken, Pa., when he was shot. Read More. Read Update.
October 1, 2014
This news report features Spokane officer Tracie Meidl, a firearms instructor with the department who describes her approach to the job. She also recounts the story of her brush with an armed gunman who confronted her with a shotgun."You have to have the will to win, the will to survive," she says.
February 8, 2010