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Best Practices for Training with Simulators
Simulators are no longer just firearms practice for officers. The provided courses can teach duty to intervene, de-escalation, dealing with mental health calls, even facing infectious diseases, or interacting with individuals on the autism spectrum.
DART Removes Common Barriers to Firearms Training
Digimation's DART provides options for police while overcoming barriers to training.
DOJ Releases Report Containing "Roadmap" Aimed at Reforming Ohio Police
The DOJ's COPS Office recently released a report containing a set of recommendations aimed at "reforming" the Columbus (OH) Division of Police amid backlash over how it handled protests in the immediate aftermath of two high-profile officer-involved shootings.
Do You Practice These 3 Accountable Leadership Guidelines?
You are accountable to your officers, to the public, and to yourself. There is no one “right way” to be a leader, but providing the training and tools your officers need to get home safely is a good start. Learn more in this quick guide for leaders.
POLICE Coffee Break: The Benefits of Training Management Systems
Retired law enforcement training sergeant and Vector Solutions engineer Doug Kazensky speaks with POLICE editor David Griffith about training management systems and how they help agencies organize training information.
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Columbia Southern University Achieves SACSCOC Accreditation Milestone
On Dec. 6, 2022, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) board of trustees granted institutional accreditation to Columbia Southern University. Through achieving this accreditation, CSU effectively becomes one of the most affordable, completely online, SACSCOC accredited universities in the nation, CSU says.
Congress Passes De-Escalation Training Bill
The bill that passed the House on Wednesday will amend a 1968 federal crime law to authorize $70 million in annual grant funding for law enforcement training on alternatives to the use of force that include scenario-based exercises for officers.
The Case for De-Escalation Training: Doing Right by Officers and Communities
Rather than approaching de-escalation from a strict psychological definition of personality, NDTC teaches officers to rapidly identify one’s personality by observation of visible characteristics and verbal cues.
LAPD to Retrain Officers in Crowd Control Tactics
Chief Michel Moore and other commanders who presented LAPD’s tactics at the Los Angeles Police Academy on Thursday, Dec. 8, said around 8,000 officers, from the lowest levels to the chief himself, are being retrained.
TX Officer Shot in Face During Training Last Month Leaves Rehab
Sansom Park police officer Lina Mino was released from in-patient rehab on Friday after being shot in the face during a training exercise last month.
Basic Commandments for Teaching Law Enforcement Officers
POLICE Contributing Editor Doug Wyllie discusses "basic" commandments for effective law enforcement instruction with Don Moore, owner of SBCM Protection Consultants.
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