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Judge Rules DC Vax Mandate Unlawful, Potentially Enticing New Police Recruits

It remains to be seen whether the recruiting dilemma in the District will soon be fully solved—or if Mayor Bowser and Chief Contee will be saved by the court—but it is clear that there is a pressing need to have patrol officers working in the city on the Potomac.

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Going Beyond Succession Planning: "Training Up" Policing's Next Generation

Succession planning should be introduced during recruiting and initial academy training, integrated into in-service training and career development, and influence overall employee retention objectives.

Retaining Great Police Professionals by Training Great Police Professionals

By investing in excellent training programs, police agencies can create pathways for career advancement that incentivize longer careers, cultivate future leaders for challenges that lay years or decades down the road, and ensure the best possible level of public safety in the community.

Aardvark Tactical Founder to Host Podcast on Elite Teams

After founding Aardvark at just 17, Becker built the company into one of the largest providers of tactical equipment in the world while also becoming an attorney with a focus on civil rights and police litigation.

Training in the Era of De-Policing: FTOs Facing (and Overcoming) Challenges

Despite the challenges FTOs face today, Dan Greene—Executive Director of the National Association of Field Training Officers (NAFTO)—remains optimistic about where the profession is going, and how well FTOs are adjusting to the ever-changing landscape.

How Every Police Agency Is (Or Can Be) an Incredible ISLAND Unto Its Own

ISLAND—Inclusion, Safety, Laughs, Accountability, Nourishment, and Direction—is a way to train and treat all public safety employees (and the community they serve) as a group of people who are influencing each other without much outside influence.

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

Police leaders would do well to seek outside assistance from animal experts to help patrol officers be prepared for what is a nearly certain eventuality—dealing with an animal in need of immediate rescue or humane euthanasia.

Training in the Era of De-Policing: Developing Law Enforcement Leaders

As horrendous as the effects of de-policing have been—in many places a society looking a lot like a combination of Mad Max and The Purge—those effects may eventually be outweighed in the long run by an increased emphasis on training the next generation of police leaders.

LAPD Bomb Squad Explosion Inquiry Offers Reminder on Leadership Training

There are countless options for aspiring law enforcement leaders to learn the basic—but crucial—skill of simply listening to the people who fall under their leadership.

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Focus of Attention: Integrating Heady Concepts into Regular Police Training

Terms such as auditory exclusion, inattentional blindness, tunnel vision, tachypsychia are often used during testimony in police use-of-force cases, but can potentially be misused, misconstrued, misunderstood, or all of the above.

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