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(Video) Dealing with EDPs on 911 Calls for Service

(Video) Dealing with EDPs on 911 Calls for Service

Nick Greco, who helps train police officers on Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) and handling individuals with mental illness or emotional distress, discusses how to approach EDPs on calls.

November 12, 2019

 (Video) Addressing the Issue of De-Policing in America
(Video) How to Reverse the Trend of De-Policing in America
(Video) How To Deal with the Media After a Use-of-Force Incident
(Video) Mitigating the Tragedy of Blue-on-Blue Deaths
How Proposed California Legislation Could Supersede Graham v. Connor
Why Police Are Not the Answer to Every Challenge on America's Streets
Mental Health Crisis Is a Social Problem, Not a Police Problem
Inidana Officer Collapses and Dies Following Pursuit of Suspect Car Thief

Inidana Officer Collapses and Dies Following Pursuit of Suspect Car Thief

Officer David Tinsley of the Fort Wayne (IN) Police Department reportedly died from Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease according to an autopsy report issued Wednesday morning from the Allen County Coroner's Office. Fort Wayne Police Chief Steve Reed called Tinsley "a cop's cop." More here. 

September 12, 2018

RCMP Officer Speaks About Being First to Patrol with Permanent Blindness in One Eye

RCMP Officer Speaks About Being First to Patrol with Permanent Blindness in One Eye

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

CA Police Union Slams Vehicle Shooting Policy After Officer Run Over
Warning Shots Considered as De-Escalation Technique

Warning Shots Considered as De-Escalation Technique

A new policy endorsing the use of warning shots by police to de-escalate potentially deadly confrontations is driving a rift among some law enforcement leaders who believe the practice only heightens risk and should be abandoned. More Here.

October 26, 2017

Only Officer on Denver Use-of-Force Policy Committee Resigns, Calls It a Joke

Only Officer on Denver Use-of-Force Policy Committee Resigns, Calls It a Joke

"This does not reflect the type of policy all Denver citizens expect from the police," Worrell wrote in his resignation letter to Chief Robert White. "Furthermore, it puts officers at risk in the performance of their duties. Therefore, I cannot continue to participate nor does the draft reflect any of the input I have provided." More Here.

August 14, 2017

Crisis Prevention Training Mandated for All MN Officers
KS PD Will Now Chase Everyone Who Flees With Probable Cause

KS PD Will Now Chase Everyone Who Flees With Probable Cause

The Kansas City (KS) Police Department announced a new crime initiative Tuesday aimed at decreasing crimes the police chief says are skyrocketing. Now instead of only chasing suspects that had already committed a serious felony, they will chase everyone who flees police as long as they have probable cause. More Here.

May 10, 2017