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Coffee Break with Police Experts: Improving Dry-Fire Training
POLICE Contributing Editor Doug Wyllie discusses the training value of the DryFireMag with Stan Seigler, owner of the company. The DryFireMag eliminates the need for racking the slide on a semi-auto for dry-fire training.
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.
Why You Should Train for Contacts with Autistic Persons
POLICE contributing editor Doug Wyllie speaks with Seattle Police Officer Chris Christman about what officers need to know when contacting autistic subjectes.
Why Law Enforcement Should Develop Street Leaders
Longtime police trainer Dick Fairburn speaks with POLICE contributing editor Doug Wyllie about the need for programs to train sergeants in leadership.
Reactionary Gap's Gunfight Simulation Tool
POLICE Contributing Editor Doug Wyllie discusses firearms training and training tools with Reactionary Gap (https://reactionarygap.com) founder and former Sparks, NV, Police Chief Steve Keefer.
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.
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Training to Testify
POLICE Contributing Editor Doug Wyllie discusses with Colin Gallagher why police should train to testify.
What Police Trainers can Learn from Sports Training
POLICE Contributing Editor Doug Wyllie chats with Lon Bartel, director of training and curriculum for VirTra Systems.
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.
The Role of Civilians in Police Training
POLICE Contributing Editor Doug Wyllie and police trainer Kim Schlau discuss the role of civilian experts in law enforcement education.
Rethinking the OODA Loop
Why "orientation" is the most critical aspect of the OODA Loop.
Applying a Famous Mother Theresa Quote to Law Enforcement
Graham Tinius, training coordinator of the National Association of Field Training Officers, talks about how Mother Theresa's philosophy of just help one works for police.
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