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As Autumn Arrives, Police Prepare for Rescuing Victims from Floodwaters

Earlier this month, dramatic body-camera footage was released showing officers in California pulling a woman and her two children from raging floodwaters that suddenly swept them from their vehicle. This event should serve as a clarion call for agencies to provide swift-water rescue to officers.

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5 Officers Injured in Training Explosion

Several emergency vehicles, including at least two fire trucks, swarmed a large field near SCI - Phoenix in Skippack Township just after 11 a.m. Thursday.

ACLU Lawsuit Over Law Curbing Video Recording Police Could Impact Training

The nexus of cell-phone videos, social media posts, and anti-police sentiment will ensure that an increasing number of police-citizen contacts will be either broadcast live on the Internet, recorded for later consumption, or both.

CO Students Shown Video Biased Against Police

Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen responded to the video’s showing by saying, “That training doesn’t exist. That training doesn’t exist in this department. It doesn’t exist in any police training that I’m aware of in this state or this country.”

Hundreds of Agencies Train in ABLE Policing in Order to "Police Their Own"

The ABLE Project is the result of a partnership between the Center for Innovations in Community Safety (CICS, formerly the Innovative Policing Program) at the Georgetown University Law Center and the global law firm Sheppard Mullin LLP.

Practice What You Suck At

ILEETA Trainer of the Year Todd Fletcher talks with POLICE Contributing Editor Doug Wyllie about why officers should practice what they suck at.

So You Want to be a Trainer?

Turning your police experience into instruction for other officers requires you to learn how to teach.

Why (and How) Officers Train for Successfully Delivering Courtroom Testimony

Agencies should provide officers with every opportunity to become better prepared for their "role in the criminal justice system" when they're tasked with taking the stand in testimony against an accused suspect at trial.

Standing up, Training for, and Maintaining a Successful Bike Patrol Unit

Once initial investments in equipment and training are made, and budget is established for ongoing maintenance and training has been accounted for, it usually becomes quickly apparent that a Bike Patrol Unit offers myriad advantages for many years to come and many miles down the road.

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Designing Police Training Facilities

Bobby Cummings, managing principal at engineering and design firm Clark Nexsen talk to POLICE contributing editor Doug Wyllie about building police training facilities.

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