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Great for use in your daily roll call, these tactical training tips can provide officers with new techniques to keep them safe on the streets and better informed. Topics include responding to angry offenders, SARS techniques, search protocols for suspects and vehicles, and many more.

Course Name Course Description Length
360 Firearm Drills The tragic shooting of four officers in Lakewood, WA, has prompted officers around the country to ask the question, “What if it would have been me?”  In this video, Sgt. Don Gulla demonstrates a drill that allows officers to prepare an ambush. 10m
360 Situational Awareness After watching this video, the viewer will understand the need to maintain situational awareness at a scene where multiple officers are … 5m
911 Call of El Paso Police Patrolman Angel Barcena Answering A Domestic Disturbance 911 Call of El Paso Police Patrolman Angel Barcena Answering A Domestic Disturbance 25m
911 Calls Released In Beating Death In this news segment, the viewer will listen to two 911 calls released after a woman was beaten to death. 5m
911 Tapes Released In Portsmouth Bomb Threat 911 Tapes Released In Portsmouth Bomb Threat 5m
A Call Quickly Deteriorates In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews and discusses an incident involving a 76 year old male hospital patient with a gun to illustrate how quickly a call can deteriorate. 10m
A Different Look at Weapon Disarming In this video, Peter Hetrick discusses and demonstrates some different views on weapons disarming techniques. The defensive tactics shown here are well suited to encounters between adversaries of vastly different size. 15m
A Formidable Foe for Law Enforcement James Burke of the Montgomery County, Ohio Sheriffs Department discusses both the Columbine and Virginia Tech school shootings and gives recommendations on how law enforcement can deal with these formidable foes. 10m
Accident Reconstruction After watching this video, the viewer will understand the components of accident reconstruction and the need to stay current with changing automotive … 5m
Active Countermeasures Options In this segment, Gary Klugiewicz demonstrates five focus strike options including defending, distracting, stunning, impeding and stopping a suspect. 5m
Active Shooter – Phases and Prevention – 5 Phases Video Active shooters often provide warning signs that should not be ignored. Dan Marcou explains the 5 phases of an active shooter, ultimately leading up to a well-orchestrated and destructive plan. 10m
Active Shooter – Phases and Prevention – Active Shooter Vs. Barricaded Video One of the toughest calls for responding units to make is the difference between an active shooter versus a classic barricade situation.  Officers must be prepared to make bold decisions and have contingency plans. 10m
Active Shooter Response NTOA Instructor Don Alwes talks about factors to take into consideration when deciding whether or not to intervene on your own, or wait for backup, in an active-shooter incident. 5m
Active Shooter Training After watching this video, students will be able to identify at least three reasons why  Active Shooter Training is now essential to every officer, … 10m
Active Shooter Update After watching this video, the viewer will understand the need for active shooter training, no matter the size of the agency or the rank of the … 10m
Active Shooters in our Schools In this informative segment, Deputy James Burke talks about how agencies can work with their school districts to catch active shooter plots early on in their lifecycle. 10m
Administrative Load Outside of the Holster After watching this video, the viewer will know how to administratively load their weapon outside of their holster.The first step is to make sure … 5m
Administrative Reload from the Holster After watching this video, the viewer will know how to complete an administrative reload from the holster.It is important to develop good weapon … 5m
Advanced Techniques: Cross Grab Weapon Retention In this tactical tip video, Troy Fullbright demonstrates how to do a Cross Grab Weapon Retention technique. 10m
Advanced Techniques: Defeating the Draw from the Back In this tactical tip video, Troy Fullbright demonstrates how to do a technique for Defeating a Draw from the Back. 10m
Advanced Techniques: Rear Sit Out Takedown In this tactical tip video, Troy Fullbright demonstrates how to do a technique called the Rear Sit Out Takedown. 10m
Advanced Techniques: Retrieving the Hands for Cuffing In this tactical tip video, Troy Fullbright demonstrates how to retrieve an uncooperative subject’ss hands for cuffing. 10m
Advanced Techniques: Same Side Grab Weapon Retention In this tactical tip video, Troy Fullbright demonstrates a tactic to use when a subject is making a play for your gun. 10m
Advanced Techniques: Single Hand Draw from the Waistband In this tactical tip video, Troy Fullbright offers tips on defeating a single hand draw by a suspect. 10m
Advanced Techniques: Stopping a Punch from the Guard Position In this tactical tip video, Troy Fullbright provides tips on stopping a punch from the guard position. 10m
Advanced Techniques: Weapon Retention In this video tactical tip, Troy Fullbright demonstrates how to maintain control of your holstered weapon and defeat a gun grab by a subject from the guard position. 10m
Always Carry Off Duty After watching this video, students will be able to identify the two types of situations an off duty officer may encounter.Carrying off duty can be … 5m
Ammunition Inspection After watching this video, the viewer will understand the importance of inspecting their ammunition to assist with reducing malfunctions.Reduce the … 5m
Ammunition Selection for your Rifle After watching this video, the viewer will understand the importance of ammunition selection and learn some of the considerations for choosing … 5m
An Alternative Way to Defend Yourself Against Edged Weapons In this video, police and military trainer Lee Shaykhet shows us a specialized technique to take a subject armed with an edged weapon to the ground. The technique involves a chair as a shield and an extension. The technique, although unorthodox, gets the attacker to the ground, gets rid of the weapon, as well as gains control of attacker and situation. 5m
An Unexpected Physical Confrontation In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, discusses an unexpected physical confrontation involving a trooper being attacked by a third party and receiving assistance from another passerby while he is attempting to make an arrest. 10m
Analyzing Body Language After watching this video, the viewer will understand various cues that subjects give off when they are not going to be compliant or are … 10m
Analyzing the 21 Foot Rule After watching this video, the viewer will learn the background of the ,21 foot rule,  which illustrates that most people cannot draw their weapon … 10m
Applying Edged Weapons in Offensive Situations After viewing this video, officers will have a better understanding of the weapon capability of a knife and the need for both training and policy on … 10m
Approaching a Meth Suspect After watching this video, the viewer will understand how to identify and safely approach a subject who may be a meth user.There has never been a … 10m
Armbar Manipulations In this segment, Kevin Dillon from L.O.C.K.U.P. demonstrates how to perform Armbar techniques. With the right technique, an armbar manipulation can be used in a public setting without disrupting those around you. Dillon explains how important it is to just expand upon the techniques you have already developed, rather than learning it completely from scratch. 10m
Arrest Authority Rick McCann of Private Officer International discusses the various authorities that private security officers have and the importance of knowing your scope of authority in a specific situation. 10m
Arresting Communication In this segment, Dave Smith talks to Jim Glennon about his new book titled Arresting Communication. 10m
AS: Case Study: VA Tech – Cho video Virginia Tech Shooting Confession Video – For P1A course via Target Solutions 5m
AS: Columbine Library Columbine library 5m
AS: Virginia Tech Memorial Video Virginia Tech School Shooting FULL VIDEO – For P1A course via Target Solutions 10m
Asking for Cooperation In this segment, Gary Klugiewicz suggests that asking a subject for cooperation will often lead to better cooperation than demanding it. He emphasizes that respect-based communication will often lead to faster compliance and a shorter report. 5m
Assessing the Threat Level of Dogs Doug Wyllie speaks with Sue Weaver about assessing the threat level of dogs. 10m
Audio From 911 Bomb Threat Call To OK Capitol Released Audio From 911 Bomb Threat Call To OK Capitol Released 5m
Autism Recognition and Response After watching this video, the viewer will be familiar with overt signs of Autism and  gain tips where to look for a missing Autistic person.Overt … 5m
Auto Extrication:  Door Removal Chief Ernie Rhodes, along with Chief Steve Rinehart, demonstrate auto extrication door removal using hand tools. 10m
Ballistic Shields for Patrol Sig Sauer Academy Senior Instructor Scott Reidty talks with Betsy Brantner Smith about how to train for utilizing a ballistic shield in a patrol setting, including firearms use with one. 10m
Basic Team Formations After watching this video, the viewer will have the basic knowledge to form a team into column, line and wedge formations and understand the role of … 10m
Baton Use in Close Quarters In this video, Phillip Pitts demonstrates different scenarios and safe procedures for a police officer when there’s no backup available. 10m
Be the One After watching this video, students will be able to identify the concept of having a warrior mindset in order to ,Be the One  who is prepared to … 5m
Becoming a Law Enforcement Writer In this segment, book author Guy Rossi offers tips for people who want to become law enforcement writers. 10m
Becoming an NRA Law Enforcement Trainer In this segment, Dave Gledhill provides an overview of how NRA law enforcement training programs provide the tools for instructors to train and customize programs for their own agencies. 10m
Bladder Infections and Uniforms Women’s uniforms are typically made of polyester, a material that is conducive to bladder infections. In this segment, Betsy Brantner Smith and Dr. Michael Eby discuss the best ways to prevent an infection from occurring. 5m
Blair Shooting This video shows officers clearing a home. 5m
Blast Ball: For Less Lethal Crowd Control After watching this video, you will have a basic understanding of how the Seattle Police Department uses Blast Ball Grenades for crowd control.  They … 10m
Blended Learning For LE In this video, Kerry Avery, along with Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, discuss the new trend of blended learning to optimize training in law enforcement. 15m
Body Language: Detecting Deceit In this segment, body language expert Jim Glennon shows you how to look for nonverbal cues that ultimately show deceit. 10m
Body Language: Psychological vs Physiological In this video, body language expert Jim Glennon explains Psychological versus Physiological attack indicators. 10m
Body Language: Questioning a Subject In this segment, Jim Glennon explains the importance of paying attention to body language when questioning a subject. 10m
Body Lock and Harness Fletch Fuller demonstrates how to achieve a control situation from the rear using a body lock or harness technique. 5m
Border Patrol Driver Training After viewing this video, officers will understand the importance of wearing a seatbelt while in their patrol vehicles and will learn about the … 10m
Breathing Techniques when Shooting After watching this video, the viewer will understand the importance of proper breathing for shooting accuracy. 10m
Building Searches After watching this video, viewers will be able to list at least four components of successful building searches.Clearing a building is a dangerous … 10m
Bullets on Vehicles Training After watching this video, students will be able to identify at least three ways vehicles react to ballistics or other weapons.On average police … 5m
Campus police agencies and their collaborative partnerships (Matt Stiehm) In this video, Matt Stiehm discusses campus police agencies and their collaboration with other departments, particularly when investigating sex crimes or during active shooter situations. 15m
Campus Police Agencies and Their Collaborative Partnerships (Stiehm) 10m
Can an Officer Do That? In this segment, Gary Klugiewicz offers food for thought on whether or not an officer can legally use certain defensive techniques, and suggests that the totality of the circumstances will provide the best indication. 5m
Canine Tactical Operations: Integrating Teams In this video, Bill Lewis discusses how to integrate your K9 team into your SWAT team and what to consider when determining the placement of your K9 in your formation. 5m
Canine Tactical Operations: The Evolution of Training In this video, Officer Sonia Mariona, the first woman in San Francisco’s K9 unit, discusses the role of the K9 in tactical operations and how this role has evolved over the past 10 years. 5m
Canine Tactical Operations: Working with the Dog In this video, Bill Lewis provides an overview of at working with the K9 in a tactical setting, including discussion about the use of long lines and voice inflections in commands. 5m
Canine Tactical Training In this segment, Officer Davin Cole of the San Francisco Police Department provides an overview of canine tactical training. 5m
Carrying a Second Gun After watching this video, the viewer will understand the importance of carrying a second gun.Strongly encourage officers to carry a second … 5m
Caught on Camera: Adopting Professional Culture Chief Rob Wylie expounds upon the need for professionalism on every call and with every patient. It does not matter what you are doing it is the appearance of what you are doing and the perception that the casual observer takes away that matters. 10m
Cell Phone Drill In this video, Lou Ann Hamblin demonstrates a novel and effective technique to give immediate visual feedback to shooters. Hamblin shows how using a cell phone to capture a shooting grip will assist shooters in developing proper technique. 5m
Challenges for an Optimal Patrol Rifle Training After watching this video, officers will be able to list at least three considerations for having an Optimal Patrol Rifle Training.  They will also … 10m
Challenges of Implementing Active Shooter Response Training (P1A) In this video,  Doug Wyllie, Police One Editor in Chief,  discusses the challenges of implementing active shooter response training with Lieutenant Tim Troxel. 10m
Child  kidnapping experiment  goes viral In this news segment, the viewer will learn about a  kidnapping experiment  that went viral. 5m
Child Abuse Investigations After watching this video, the viewer will understand tactics to use for conducting or gaining assistance in a child abuse investigation to build an … 10m
Child Abuse Investigations: Handling the Media Matt Stiehm of Stiehm Solutions Consulting gives advice on how to handle the media during a complicated child abuse investigation. 10m
Children and 911 Calls After watching this video, the viewer will understand that communicating with children during 911 calls can be stressful.  After watching this … 10m
Choosing an Expert Witness After watching this video, the viewer will more clearly understand the role and use of an Expert Witness.Expert witnesses are often misunderstood, … 10m
CIT for First Responders 1 In this video, Anura Shah discusses an overview of Crisis Intervention Training for First Responders. 10m
CIT for First Responders 2 In this video, Anura Shah further discusses Crisis Intervention Training for First Responders, explaining its history and clearing some common misperceptions about what CIT is and is not. 10m
Cleaning and Maintaining Your Handgun After watching this video, the viewer will know what steps to take and equipment needed in order to properly clean and maintain their handgun. In … 10m
Cleaning Your AR15 After watching this video, the viewer will learn the benefits of a new tool made to make cleaning of your AR15 both quick and simple.In less than a … 5m
Cleaning Your Equipment After watching this video, the viewer will learn the importance of cleaning and maintaining their equipment.Too often officers don’st look at their … 5m
Climax of a High Speed Chase in Oklahoma City Viewers will get a top-down view as an Oklahoma City high speed vehicle pursuit ends in a crash. 5m
Coeur d’Alene Pipe Bomb 911 Calls Dispatcher Call Handling of Bomb Threats: Coeur d’Alene Pipe Bomb 911 Call 5m
Collaboration Between Agencies in Child Abuse Matt Stiehm of Stiehm Solutions Consulting gives advice on how to enhance collaboration between multiple agencies during a complicated child abuse investigation. 15m
Combined Tactical Dave Smith reviews some of the latest less lethal weapons from Combined Tactical. 10m
Combining Verbal and Physical Control In this segment, viewers learn how to use a combination of both verbal and physical training modules to prepare for a sudden assault. A demonstration illustrates how practicing verbal tactics along with defensive striking techniques helps to increase efficiency in subject control. 5m
Communication Skills 3 After watching this video, the viewer will understand the importance of taking responsibility for their role in maintaining a healthy home … 10m
Completing the Drill (John Farnam) After watching this video, viewers will be able to list at least three behaviors that should be done whenever they are involved in firearms … 10m
Complex Child Abuse Investigations This video identifies two ways child abuse investigations can become complicated and what you can do help uncomplicate these matters. 5m
Conducting Preliminary Interviews This video identifies important factors to consider when conducting a preliminary interview following an environmental crime. Martin Schwartz, National use of force Coordinator for the EPA, discusses the best way to do preliminary interviews when dealing with an environmental crime. Specifically, he outlines the best interview questions a law enforcement officer can ask in order to yield the best results for an investigation. 5m
Confidence and Competence Betsy Brantner Smith and Hank Hayes discuss how confidence and competence go hand-in-hand in the training environment as well as during street combat. Hayes outlines the training philosophy at No Lie Blades. 10m
Confronting Commercial Exploitation and Trafficking of Minors in the US In this video, viewers will learn about confronting commercial exploitation and trafficking of minors in the US. 5m
Constant Tactical Positioning In this video, George Matheis discusses constant tactical positioning. He demonstrates how proper use of this technique will help you to maintain your advantage and lessen the likelihood of being attacked by an offender. 10m
Controlling the Distance While Moving Closer to a Subject In this video tactical tip, Gary Klugiewicz shares some ideas about proxemics and distance in relation to the subject. 15m
Cop hits attacking Rottweiler with TASER A Rottweiler breaks off its leash and attacks an officer. The cop kicks the dog away and then hits it with a TASER. 5m
Cop Shot And Killed While Responding To Domestic Violence Call In this news segment, the viewer will learn of a cop who was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call. 10m
Cops and Dogs With Betsy Smith: Part 1 Betsy Smith talks about how to handle dogs and generally talks about dogs in the first part of this video series. 5m
Cops and Dogs With Betsy Smith: Part 2 Betsy Smith discusses how to read a dog’ss body language in the second part of the series. 5m
Cops and Dogs With Betsy Smith: Part 3 Betsy Smith discusses what to do if/when the dog attacks or is about to attack. 10m
Cops and Dogs With Betsy Smith: Part 4 Betsy Smith discusses what to do when the dog attacks and the aftermath when deadly force is used in this final video of the series. 5m
Courageous Conversations In this video, Adam Duncan discusses two areas that can create issues in which you it may be advantageous to have a courageous conversation with a coworker. 15m
Courtroom Searches Richard Tracy discusses importance of searching the courtroom prior to proceedings and the arrival of the defendant. 5m
Cover Management Drills In this video, Tony Lambraia discusses ideas on how to complete cover management training so that you can build on and make these techniques your own 15m
Crank with a Control Device After watching this video, students will be able to properly perform a control technique using their PR-24.In many ways, the PR-24 has become … 5m
Crazy Orange County Police Pursuit Watch as a female driver in Orange County, CA leads police on a crazy pursuit. 5m
Crime Scene Investigation Rick McCann discusses scenarios where security officers would take the lead in an investigation and the steps that should be taken. 5m
Crime Scene Investigation and Documentation After watching this video, officers will understand that, upon their arrival as a first responder, their role is to initiate and maintain control of … 10m
Crime Scene Preservation After watching this video, the viewer will understand proper techniques for documenting evidence, including what to do if you have forgotten or are … 10m
Crime Scene Protection Rick McCann discusses the steps to take when investigating a crime scene. 10m
Crimes Against Cops PoliceOne Editor In Chief Doug Wyllie discusses with Chief Joel Shults of the Adams State College Police Department  the concept of police officers actually being victims of crimes (such as assault). 10m
Cross Grab to a Straight Armbar Takedown In this Tactical Tip, defensive tactics instructor Joe Ferrera demonstrates how to break free from a cross wrist grab and then transition to a straight armbar takedown. 5m
Cross-Discipline Training After watching this video, viewers will be able to list two ways they can use cross discipline training to make their training more … 10m
Crowd Control: An Overview After watching this video, the viewer will understand the need to proactively plan and train for managing crowds.Three types of crowd … 10m
Crowd Control: Baton Use After watching this video, the viewer will understand the proper selection and use of a baton as a member of a crowd control team. 10m
Crowd Control: Bicycles After watching this video, the viewer will understand the benefits and tactics available from a bike unit in a crowd control situation.Bikes can be … 10m
Crowd Control: Continuum After watching this video, the viewer will understand the different levels of handling a crowd control situation based primarily on the actions and … 10m
Crowd Control: Cuffing with Multiple Flex Ties After watching this video, the viewer will learn a technique to use flex ties to easily secure a subject.Place two joined flex ties on your support … 5m
Crowd Control: Demonstrator Tactics After watching this video, the viewer will understand some of the roles demonstrators will assume and the types of weapons, equipment and tactics … 10m
Crowd Control: Equipment After watching this video, the viewer will have a good understanding of the types of equipment that should be available to a member of a crowd … 10m
Crowd Control: Handcuffing After watching this video the student will learn a technique for handcuffing a subject while maintaining visual and physical control.Order subject … 5m
Crowd Control: Intelligence Mike Janin talks about the importance of, and methods for, intelligence gathering related to crowd control incidents. 10m
Crowd Control: Less-Lethal Crowd Control Equipment Watch as Mike Janin demonstrates the proper outfitting of a crowd control grenadier officer to affect crowd control with less-lethal force options. 5m
Crowd Control: Prisoner Processing Mike Janin discusses the preparation, pre-planning, and practice of how to arrest individuals during crowd gatherings while still preserving the case against them. 5m
Crowd Control: SUV Running Boards Deployment upon approach to a crowd-control incident can be difficult, but Mike Janin talks about a possible solution utilizing running boards on a response vehicle to quickly deploy officers. 5m
Crowd Control: Team Selection Trainer Mike Janin talks about what to look for in terms of personnel when establishing a crowd-control response team, including important considerations to account for. 10m
Crowd Control: The Sleeping Dragon The “Sleeping Dragon” is a common device used by protesters to chain themselves together and obstruct traffic.  Mike Janin demonstrates how to safely remove this device and effectively make arrests. 10m
Crowd Control: Using a Public Information Officer Betsy Brantner Smith talks with Mike Janin about critical considerations and practices when a Public Information Officer is utilized for an agency. 10m
Crowd Control: Writing an Ops Plan Mike Janin explains how your agency can go about creating an ops plan for responding to a crowd-control event, including important points and considerations to include in that plan. 10m
Cultural Awareness for Law Enforcement In this segment, Mike Perez and Betsy Brantner Smith discuss a modern day approach to cultural awareness. 10m
Cultural Diversity Training for LEO In this video, Joe Willis highlights the importance of cultural diversity training for law enforcement officers. The main purpose  of training is to instill a sense of community no matter where you are.  Throughout his trainings, he is sure to develop the program based off of the neighborhoods through personal communication and relationship building. Although each training session is unique, each circuit defines ,implicit bias , promotes the courage to implement these practices, as well as generate a total buy-in from top to bottom. 10m
Cultural Diversity: Challenging Stereotypes In this video, Sgt. Nancy Fatura discusses stereotypes in an in depth look at what stereotypes are and how they relate to law enforcement.  She also examines general characteristics of the most prominent communities in which officers typically come into contact. 10m
Cultural Diversity: Cognitive Styles In this video Sgt. Nancy Fatura discusses the various types of cognitive styles people have and how they may apply to law enforcement officers. 5m
Cultural Diversity: Communication Context In this video, Sgt. Nancy Fatura discusses the communication context of cultural diversity by looking at both Lower and Higher Context Cultures. She also discusses typical characteristics officers may encounter when dealing with individuals from each culture. 10m
Cultural Diversity: Gender Differences Law enforcement expert Betsy Brantner Smith discusses some of the differences between men and women in the workforce and how it may affect workforce dynamics.  She also offers some suggestions for embracing the differences. 10m
Cultural Diversity: Generational Differences Law enforcement expert Betsy Brantner Smith discusses the vast age differences presently in the work force and offers solutions for effectively dealing with them. 10m
Cultural Diversity: Knowing Your Community Law enforcement expert Nancy Fatura discusses the importance of knowing your community. When working in a culturally diverse area, it is important that officers recognize the different types of cultural groups they may encounter during the course of their duties. 10m
Cultural Diversity: Officer Safety After watching this video, students will be able to identify ways in which their gender and attitude will impact officer safety when dealing with situations concerning people from a different cultural background. Additionally, students will learn a few common cultural concerns of several different cultures present within the U.S. 10m
Cultural Diversity: The Thin Blue Line After watching this video, students will learn at least 4 things the general public wants from police officers. Additionally, students will be able to recognize three ways to increase trust with culturally diverse communities. 10m
Dash Cam Video of Iowa Chase Watch as Iowa State Patrol dash-camera video captures a high-speed chase along Highway 965 and Interstate 80. Police attempted to stop the car for tinted windows and no front license plate. 5m
Deadly Force Cover In this quick tip, Betsy Branter Smith travels to the Sig Sauer Academy where they demonstrate how to approach a suicidal subject with less lethal force. 5m
Deadly Hesitation – The Fear of Applying Justifiable Use of Force In the aftermath of recent incidents involving the use of deadly force by the police, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, discusses Deadly Hesitation, the Fear of Applying Justifiable Use of Force with Tim Barfield who offers suggestions for officers to deal with this issue. 5m
Dealing with an Ambush Doug Wylie sits down with Dick Fairburn to talk in-depth about ambushes of police officers and what they can do to prepare for that type of scenario. 10m
Dealing with Flash Mobs Don Alwes talks with Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith about the possibility of criminals using flash mobs to their advantage. 10m
Dealing with Lawfully Armed Civilians Marie D’sAmico discusses the ways in which officers should approach lawfully armed citizens, and how both can work together toward a safer nation. 10m
Dealing with Mass Casualties Doctor Mauricio Lynn of Golden Hour International discusses the different types of mass casualty disasters and how they should be handled as a whole. 10m
Dealing with Military Veterans Betsy Brantner Smith offers several tips for responding to calls involving military veterans to keep both cops and their subjects safe. 5m
Dealing with Persons in the Autism Spectrum In this video, Doug Wyllie chats with Susan Hamre of ‘Giant Steps’ about how officers can successfully navigate interactions with subjects who are on the Autism spectrum. She offers several points to remember that will help keep both the officer and subject safe and calm. 10m
Dealing with the Aftermath of Use of Force Situations Attorney Laura Scarry discusses how officers and their departments can deal with the aftermath of a use of force incident with Law Enforcement Expert Betsy Brantner Smith. 10m
Defending a Forehand Slash with Edged Weapons In this quick tip, corrections instructor Mike Wolhfert demonstrates how to defend yourself against a common attack in a correctional setting: a forearm slash with an edged weapon. 5m
Defending Against an Edged Weapon Attack This video provides officers with tips for defending themselves against an edged weapon by quickly recognizing the type of attack and the best technique to use. Officers will get tips on the best angle to use based on their range of motion, creating a distance between themselves and the subject, as well as tips for staying conditioned. 10m
Defense Against a Knife Attack Lieutenant Dan Marcou partners with Doug Wylie to demonstrate a way to react against a knife attack. This video shows you how to first defend yourself. 5m
Defense Against a Knife Attack with a Firearm In this segment, defensive tactics instructor, Acie Mitchell, demonstrates how to respond to a spontaneous knife attack. 10m
Deputy Jose Antonio Diaz Dashcam Jose Antonio Diaz Dashcam 5m
Designated Marksman Police One columnist and firearms instructor Dick Fairburn discusses the application of a ‘designated marksman’s in law enforcement incidents. 10m
Did You Know? “Dispatcher Stress” Enjoy these short, informational videos on a variety of topics.  You just might discover something you didn’t know. 10m
Did You Know? Domestic Violence Enjoy these short, informational videos on a variety of topics presented by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). You just might discover something you didnt know. 5m
Different Types of Holsters for Different Sizes of Officers Betsy Brantner-Smith of PoliceOne.com discusses common issues related to officer size with regard to holsters and offers viable options for dealing with these issues to assure both health and welfare of the officer. 5m
Discipline of Being Positive Dan Marcou talks with Doug Wyllie about the importance of staying positive throughout your career, and tips on how to do it. 10m
Dog Attacks Police Car Dog Attacks Police. 5m
Domestic violence calls prove dangerous for cops Domestic violence calls prove dangerous for cops 5m
Domestic Violence Calls Unpredictable, Officials say After watching this video, the viewer will learn how unpredictable domestic violence calls can be. 5m
Domestic Violence Intervention Training For Dispatchers Domestic Violence Intervention Training for Dispatchers 5m
Domestic Violence Six-Year-Old 911 Call In this video, the viewer will listen to a domestic violence 911 call placed by a 6 year old. 5m
Don’t Become a Hostage In this segment, Steve Benusa with the LaCrosse County Sheriff’s Department demonstrates multiple defensive tactics you can use if an inmate is trying to take you hostage. 5m
Double Wrist Grab to a Straight Armbar Takedown In this video, Defensive Tactics Instructor Joe Ferrera demonstrates how to break free from a double wrist grab and transition into a straight armbar takedown. 5m
Downed Officer Rescue In this video, Betsy Brantner Smith discusses the Sig Sauer Academy’s Train the Trainer course in Downed Officer Rescue. 5m
Driver Assessment Traffic Stop MA After watching this video, the viewer will see the importance of driver assessment. 5m
Drug Enforcement Administration In this segment, Ramona Sanchez explains the current mission of the DEA and her personal story as a special agent who has been fighting drug trafficking with the administration for the past 23 years. 10m
Drug Interdiction in Metropolitan Areas In this segment, Lt. Andrew Hawkes provides helpful tips that drug interdiction officers can use in metropolitan areas. Hawkes reviews pre-stop indicators, being prepared to drive aggressively and the benefits of having multi-interdiction teams. 5m
Drug Lab Safety In this segment, Doug Wylie talks to Bob Pennal about clandestine drug labs and the serious threat they pose to officers. 10m
Drug Recognition In this video, Dave Smith talks to drug recognition expert Kyle Clark about modern drug combinations and how to recognize drug impairment. 10m
Dry Fire Training In this segment, Kandi Blick tells you what to look for and the pitfalls to avoid during dry fire training. 10m
Dry Firing Skills Firearms expert Chris Cerino provides a quick tip on developing dry firing skills. 5m
Dynamic Resistance Response Model In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief discusses the Dynamic Resistance Response Model (DRM) with Chuck Joyner. Information and tips imparted will help officers when they are faced with future use of force decisions. 10m
Dynamic Search Warrant:  Rehearsals In this video, Calibre Press Instructor, Ray DeCunto, offers valuable tips on how to conduct rehearsals prior to serving dynamic search warrants. 10m
Dynamic Search Warrant:  The Execution Phase In this video, Calibre Press Instructor, Ray DeCunto discusses the execution phase when serving dynamic search warrants. From the van driver’s responsibilities, to loading and unloading the van, every aspect is crucial for a successful outcome. 10m
Dynamic Search Warrants:  The Breakout Team When serving a dynamic search warrant, every team plays an important role in safe, successful execution.  In this video, Ray DeCunto clarifies the role the breakout team plays in containment and offers insight into why it is important to remain focused. 10m
Dynamic Search Warrants: Approach In this video, Ray DeCunto discusses four key points to keep in mind when executing the approach stage of a dynamic search warrant, with an emphasis on always being cognizant of your surroundings.  He stresses teamwork, an awareness of your personal role, and the importance of preparation. 5m
Dynamic Search Warrants: Planning & Briefing In this segment, Calibre Press Instructor Ray DeCunto, provides the essential tools for conducting dynamic search warrants. 10m
Dynamic Search Warrants: Quick Tips In this video, Ray DeCunto offers 5 quick tips to keep in mind when executing a dynamic search warrant.  He covers equipment use, communication, team work, and the importance of remaining flexible. 5m
Edged Weapon Defense In this segment, Mike Wolhfert of Advanced Tactical Consulting demonstrates how to defend yourself from an edged weapon in a close quarter prison setting. 5m
Embracing Social Networking In this segment, Betsy Brantner Smith discusses how social networking can be a positive force for your department.  She discusses using social networking sites to improve your department’s image, as well as, how you can use these sites to gather intelligence about the criminal element in your community. 10m
Emergency Radio Traffic Gary Klugiewicz speaks with Lt. Dave Gerber on the importance of training officers on radio procedure so that when critical incidents happen, good communication is a matter of instinct and not thought. 10m
Empty Hand against a Knife Attack In this defensive tactics segment, Fierce Israeli Guerilla Hand-to-Hand Tactics (F.I.G.H.T.) Instructor, Acie Mitchell, demonstrates an empty hand against a knife attack. 10m
Equipment to Carry on an Active Shooter Response In this video, NTOA Instructor Don Alwes talks about the importance of recognizing response priorities in an active-shooter situation, including on-duty and off-duty preparation, equipment, and tactical considerations. 5m
Escape from the Mount Using the Backdoor Escape In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller  alongside demonstration partner Ray Price, addresses an issue that is not often covered in training for ground defense when in a mounted position. The technique here actually arose out of a troubleshooting session in which questions were raised about controlling a subjects hands in a bridge-and-roll maneuver when you’sre actually far closer to the attacker’ss feet. 5m
Ethical Warrior: Protecting Self and Others Jack Hoban defines the term, Ethical Warrior, and the benefit of viewing oneself as protector, rather than a trained killer. 5m
Everyday Heroes and the Media When a street officer performs a heroic act, he or she is often forbidden to talk to the local media. In this video, Rick Rosenthal of RAR Communications, Inc., says it’s important for the public to hear about these stories and identify with the officers involved. 10m
Excited Delirium: Signs and Preparation In this segment, Dave Smith and Jerry Staton discuss the signs and symptoms of excited delirium. Staton provides specific guidelines on what to expect, and the importance of working with multi-disciplines to manage the response. 10m
Exiting the Patrol Vehicle Quickly and Tactically In this Tactical Tip, Lou Ann Hamblin shows a few safe ways of exiting the patrol vehicle. 5m
Expect the Unexpected – Spike Strips In this video, law enforcement expert, Dave Smith, reviews a bizarre incident out of Oklahoma that underscores the need to expect the unexpected and follow key safety steps to avoid getting injured when deploying spike strips. 15m
Facial Recognition on the Internet Lauri Stevens talks with Doug Wyllie about the danger of facial recognition software when combined with individuals who are compiling images of law enforcement officers in person and online. 5m
Failure to Lock Back on an Empty Magazine In this video, Scott Kenneson of Sig Sauer Academy discusses how to identify the cause of your firearm failing to lock. 5m
Fake Officer Profiles on Facebook Lauri Stevens talks with Doug Wyllie about the disturbing trend of individuals creating fake Facebook pages for officers using information and photos, including those of deceased officers. 5m
False Confessions In this video, Special Agent Mike Krapfl of the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation discusses false confessions. False confessions are something that all law enforcement officers should be concerned about and work toward avoiding. 5m
Female Search and Seizure In this segment, Corporal Ryan Spurling of the Washington State Patrol Academy and Dave Smith discuss how officers are often reluctant to search females due to fear of complaints or lawsuits. Spurling demonstrates techniques for searching women that help officers differentiate between legal searches and sexual contact. 10m
Field Interview Betsy Brantner Smith discusses conducting field interviews for patrol officers. 10m
Fight Like a Fighter Pilot In this video, Dave Smith talks with Duane Wolfe of Alexandria Tech College about the concept of “fighting like a fighter pilot.” Wolfe suggests utilizing the OODA Loop as a combat strategy in law enforcement and incorporating movement drills in our firearms training. 15m
Fire, EMS & LE Interface This discussion between Peter Jaskulski and Dave Smith highlights solid communication between Fire, EMS, and Law Enforcement. They cover pre-planning events, training together, and recognizing an agency’s “roles and goals” during an incident. 10m
Firearm Kneeling Tactic In this segment, Moscow native Lee Shaykhet shows you what to do when someone points a gun at you in a close combat situation. 5m
Firearms – Combat Speed and Accuracy In this video, Todd Fletcher discusses firearms training which focuses on combat speed and accuracy using three building blocks geared to assist officers to increase speed and accuracy with their firearm. 15m
Firearms Handling and Positions In this segment, Dave Smith and NRA’s Jeff Hall discuss the importance of teaching officers the fundamentals of marksmanship. 10m
Firearms Safety and Children In this video, Betsy Brantner Smith discusses the importance of educating your children on firearms safety. 5m
Firing Your Weapon Through Objects and Materials In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews and discusses an incident where an officer fired his weapon at a suspect through his windshield while arriving on scene. 15m
Fitness with Di Naso: Prehab Shoulders James Di Naso demonstrates how to safely develop functional strength to use on the street. This segment focuses on “prehabilitating” the shoulders to avoid injury. 5m
Foot Pursuits Betsy Brantner Smith discusses indicators that a subject may run and considerations for officers if they find themselves in a foot pursuit situation. 5m
Forehand Slash in Knife Attack In this defensive tactics segment, Acie Mitchell demonstrates the forehand slash that is meant to be used during a knife attack. This technique is useful to contain the scene until backup arrives. 5m
Frisk Technique: Disguising Your Gloves During an arrest, many suspects will see the common medical glove as a cue.  Spurling suggests that an officer may be able to deter an immediate threat from this by disguising their gloves.  This segment will give officers some ideas on how to do that while still maintaining policy and safety precautions. 5m
From Mumbai to Main Street USA In this video, Chief Jeff Chudwin talks about the Mumbai tragedy and the lessons learned at the patrol level.  Chudwin stresses the importance of acting quickly because terrorists do not negotiate. 10m
Fundamentals of Questioning a Terrorist 30-year antiterror instructor Samuel Bashan talks with Ray DeCunto about how to interrogate terrorism suspects, including what to look for as you approach them. 10m
Gang Communications Learn how gangs communicate with their members and others in this informative segment with Det. Wayne Caffey of the LAPD. 5m
Generational Leadership Challenges In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, talks with Manuel Ovalle about generational leadership challenges. 15m
Getting Back to Basics Betsy Brantner-Smith and Chief Tim Goergen discuss advancements in technology and getting back to basics. 5m
Grandma Goes Missing on Foot MD In this video, the viewer will see a scenario where a grandmother with dementia goes missing on foot. 10m
Green Eyes Black Rifles Doug Wyllie and Kyle Lamb discuss Lamb’ss new book, “Green Eyes and Black Rifles:  The Warriors Guide to the Combat Carbine.” 5m
Ground Handgun Retention In this video, Lee Shaykhet demonstrates what to do when your opponent is stronger than you and he tries to grab your weapon. 5m
Ground Positions: Working with your equipment Tony Lambraia demonstrates the importance of training with the type of holster and equipment that you wear while out in the field to ensure the fastest and most accurate response. 10m
Growing Courage- The Adaptive FTO In this video, Thomas Dworak discusses the Adaptive FTO Program which involves solving problems, making decisions and communicating. 10m
Gun Belt Set Up Lou Ann Hamblin offers a demonstration on how to properly set up a gun belt for efficiency in accessing belt tools. 5m
Gun Draw Speed Drills In this segment, firearms expert Ron Avery performs a set of drills on gun draw basics. Working his way from isolated drills to multiple targets and finally to shooting off the X, you’ll be reminded of the basic tactics that reinforce good form and accuracy. 5m
Gun Safety for Children Carrying a firearm is an everyday part of life for an officer. Betsy Brantner-Smith suggests that not bringing your gun home is not only impractical, but it also puts you and your loved ones at risk. Smith outlines how to get your family involved in firearms safety, and what you can do to keep the kids that come into your home protected. She offers sound advice on how to educate your children about the power of the gun in an effort to avoid tragedy at all costs. 10m
Handgun Malfunction Drills In this video tactical tip, Tony Lambraia  alongside demonstration partners Joe Overstreet and PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie demonstrates some ways in which you can safely bring weapons malfunction drills into the matroom training environment. Using tools like UTM training munitions and Shock Knives, you can do some pretty interesting stress tests to help your officers be more effective in a fight. 10m
Handheld Lights vs Pistol Mounted Lights Sig Sauer Academy Director Adam Painchaud discusses key differences in the tactical use of handheld lights versus those mounted on your duty weapon. 5m
Have a Checklist It’s easy to forget a step in your routine. In this segment, Kyle Lamb stresses the importance of carrying a checklist with you at all times. This helps to reinforce your department’s best practices. 5m
Helping Officers in Crisis After the Death of a Child During a Call In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, talks with Anne Bisek, Psy.D on ways to help officers who were involved in a call which involved the death of a child. 15m
High Speed Chase Car Crash A bank robbery suspect leads police on a high-speed pursuit ending in a major crash. 5m
High Speed Motorbike Cop Car Chase High Speed Motorbike Cop Car Chase 5m
How Cops Can Stay Safe on the Road In this video, law enforcement expert Dave Smith discusses how cops can stay safe on the road while driving which is one of the most dangerous activities for officers. 15m
How Local Officers Prepare For Domestic Violence Calls After watching this video, the viewer will learn how a police officer prepares for domestic violence calls. 5m
How the Death of a Child during a Call Affects Police Officers In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, talks with Anne Bisek, Psy.D about how officers are affected by calls involving the death of a child. 15m
How the Middle East Affects Us at Home Law Enforcement Expert Betsy Brantner Smith discusses how conflicts in the Middle East affect the United States in general and law enforcement specifically with a current expert actively working in this area. 15m
How to Deal with a Bad Day Coach Bob Lindsey of Verbal Defense and Influence talks with PoliceOne Editor In Chief Doug Wyllie about techniques officers can use to get through a bad moment or a bad day. 5m
How to Structure an Academy Fitness Program Fitness Trainer Kathy Vonk offers advice on how to structure a fitness program for your department. 15m
HPD Mental Health Cops In this video, the viewer will learn how HPD handles individuals with mental health issues. 5m
HT Lesson 1: Human Trafficking from a Global Perspective (US) 1_Human Trafficking from a Global Perspective 10m
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HT Lesson 2: History and Forms of Human Trafficking (US) 2_History and Forms of Human Trafficking 10m
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HT Lesson 3: Factors Supporting Modern Slavery, and the Stages of Human Trafficking (US) 3_Factors Supporting Modern Slavery, and the Stages of HT 10m
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HT Lesson 4: A Collaborative Approach to Human Trafficking (US) 10_A Collaborative Approach to Human Trafficking 10m
HT Lesson 4: Human Trafficking Terms and Resources (US) 4_Human Trafficking Terms and Resources 10m
HT Lesson 5: The State of Texas & Human Trafficking Law 11_State of Texas and Human Trafficking Laws 5m
HT Lesson 5: Who are the Victims, Who are the Traffickers (US) 5_Who are the Victims, Who are the Traffickers- 10m
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Human Intuition In this segment, Dale Graff of PSI Seminars and Initiatives discusses an individual’s ability and advantage of using their own intuition. He discusses how this can be developed and increased with mental exercise. 10m
Humility Drill James Fairfield, instructor for the Florida-based company Defensive Tactics, explains an effective drill he calls “the humility drill.” 10m
Husband Goes Missing in Car CO In this video, the viewer will learn of a scenario where a husband with Alzheimers goes missing in the family vehicle. 10m
I Got Your Back Concept The phrase, “I Got Your Back,” has often been used in police work when one officer is watching out for another officer’s physical safety. In this segment, Gary Klugiewicz says having your partner’s back should also include stopping the officer from doing something that will get him or her into trouble. 5m
Identifying and Dealing with Excited Delirium Lt. Michael Paulus identifies the typical symptoms of excited delirium and emphasizes the vital importance of getting medial help to the scene as soon as possible. 5m
Identifying Terrorist Activity in the US Former Det. 1st Class Mort Dzikansky of the NYPD talks about identifying terrorist activities and possible responses. 5m
Improving Media Relations You may not have a dedicated PIO, but every agency should have skilled personnel who have been trained to work with the media.  In this video, PoliceOne’s Doug Wyllie talks to media expert Rick Rosenthal about ways to improve your department’s relationship with the media. 10m
Improving Training with Competition Kathy Vonk explains how to use competition as a training tool. 10m
Improvised Tools as Weapons In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews and discusses an incident where a plainclothes officer used improvised tools as weapons. 10m
In Custody Death by ECDs Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief discusses In Custody Death by ECD’ss with Mark W. Kroll a bioelectrical researcher and professor who provides expert testimony in these types of cases. 15m
Increasing Visibility in Your Patrol Car Lou Ann Hamblin offers valuable tips for increasing visibility in a patrol car. 5m
Indicators of an Environmental Crime In this video, Martin Schwartz, National Use of Force Coordinator for the EPA, discusses how officers can spot environmental crimes. It is important patrol officers understand their role in dealing with potentially hazardous or complex environmental crimes. 5m
Innovations in Police Academy Training Fitness Trainer Kathy Vonk discusses innovations in Police Academy training. 15m
Innovations in Search and Seizure Training for Men After watching this video, viewers will understand how to utilize internal resources to help officers use better techniques when performing search and seizure on women. This program is geared toward male officers but can be used to train both men and women to improve the department’s overall training program. 10m
Instilling Courage in Children In this segment, Debbie Gardner discusses instilling courage in your children. Gardner suggests teaching young children to speak for themselves, in an effort to protect themselves and overcome shyness. 5m
Instinctive Point Shooting 75 percent of gunfights occur at a distance of less than 20 feet.  In this video, Ray DeCunto discusses 5 Instinctive Point Shooting Fundamentals:  Grip, Draw, Trigger Control, Stance, and “When to Shoot?” 10m
Instructional Leadership In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, discusses the concept of Instructional Leadership with Liam Duggan. 15m
Interrogation-Gaining Maximum Tactical Advantage In this video, Mike Krapfl discusses how officers can improve their interviews and interrogations by using research to their advantage. 15m
Interview and Interrogation Techniques Dave Smith interviews Lou Tessmann about the importance of proper interview and interrogation techniques. They discuss the importance of establishing a rapport with the suspect, the ability to read body language, and to prioritize officer safety. 10m
Interviewing Sex Offenders In this video, Don Howell of Huntington Beach Police Department chats with Police Ones Doug Wyllie about how to interview sex offenders. These suspects are often more difficult to interview than others due to their specific set of circumstances, so using different interview techniques is often helpful. 15m
Interviewing Techniques for Patrol Officers Dave Smith talks with gang expert and investigator Domenic Cappellutti about some interview techniques that patrol officers can use to get important information from suspects. 10m
Job Stress: Myths and Truths In this segment, Doug Wyllie consults with psychologist Alexis Artwohl about the daily stresses that come with a career in law enforcement. Personal stressors, critical incidents and the general nature of police work can all take a toll on an officer’s mental health. Artwohl provides tips on coping and fostering stress resistance. 10m
Joplin tornado: a Talk with Chief Randles FireRescue1 video producer Ray Kemp returned to Joplin, Missouri for the one year anniversary of the deadliest single tornado in 60 years. Chief Mitch Randles of the Joplin Missouri Fire Department shares a few experiences. 10m
K-9 Supreme Court Case Attorney Laura Scarry discusses a case out of Florida dealing with K9 searches involving the curtilage of a home with Law Enforcement Expert Betsy Brantner Smith . 10m
K9 High Risk Deployment In this segment, Brad Smith of Canine Tactical Operations discusses the importance of integrated team training for high risk deployments. Smith reviews the role of the dog and offers quick tips for deployments. 10m
Keeping an Open Mind in Today’s Economy Chief Wylie explains his logic as to keeping an open mind to what some would consider extreme changes within the fire services in these tough economic times. 5m
Keeping Use of Force Training Healthy In this video, Doug Wyllie talks with Robert Bragg about how departments in general and trainers specifically can ensure their use of force trainings are healthy and successful. By creating a safe, healthy training environment, trainers can help their students succeed. 10m
Knife Defense In this video, Brian Hoffner demonstrates tactics to use during a rear knife attack. 5m
Knife Defense with Tony Gregory In this video tactical tip, Tony Gregory of the Marion County Sheriff Office, alongside his demonstration partner Dustin VanTreese, also of the Marion County Sheriff Office, discusses and demonstrates an alternative to traditional defenses against an edged weapon attack. 10m
Law Enforcement and Managing Alzheimer’s 1 In this video, Nicholas Greco discusses considerations for officers to help them manage persons they may come into contact with Alzheimer’ss or dementia. 15m
Law Enforcement and Managing Alzheimer’s 2 In this video, Nicholas Greco discusses further considerations for officers to help them manage persons they may come into contact with Alzheimers. 10m
Law Enforcement and Managing Alzheimer’s 3 In this video, Nicholas Greco discusses symptoms and signs to look for if you think you may be dealing with a person who may have Alzheimer’ss. 10m
Law Enforcement and the Use of Naloxone After watching this video, you will be able to state how Naloxone can be used by law enforcement in the field. You will also be able to list at least one reason why universal precautions should be taken when officers encounter drugs on the job. 10m
Leadership For The New Supervisor In this video, Chief Bill Harvey discusses some leadership tips for officers filling a supervisory function, including Sergeants, Field Training Officers and Instructors. 10m
Legal Implications of Confessions In this video, Jon Turbett discusses the legal implications of confessions and two basic challenges to them. 10m
Liko Kenney Traffic Stop Corporal Bruce McKay was shot and killed during a motor vehicle stop in May 2007. This video from 2003 shows McKay’s original contact with the suspect, Liko Kenney. 10m
Living with an Autistic Child Director Susan Hamre of Giant Steps discusses the challenges officers face when raising an autistic child. 5m
Long Gun Options for Women on Patrol Betsy Brantner Smith and Don Alwes discuss how patrol rifles can be a very effective fighting tool for female officers.  They also delve into what to consider when choosing your rifle for best performance. 10m
Long Gun Retention for the Smaller Officer Firearms instructor Lou Ann Hamblin demonstrates how  a small statured officer can keep  control of a Long Gun. 10m
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LVMPD Missing Person’s Unit During this video, the viewer will learn how a missing persons case is handled. 5m
Maintain and Control the Situation In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith reviews a video which illustrates a good job of maintaining and controlling a volatile situation. 10m
Maintaining Your Concealed Weapon Lou Ann Hamblin demonstrates how the key to success is having well-maintained equipment. 5m
Man vs Woman Domestic Call – Dallas In this video, the viewer will see how a domestic call is handled. 10m
Managing Bizarre Behavior Law enforcement expert Dave Smith discusses the tricky subject of managing bizzare behaviors. 10m
Managing calls involving Emotionally Disturbed Persons It can be difficult to know how to react to emotionally disturbed people.  Jay Sandstrom, formerly with the Wisconsin Department of Family Health Services, talks here about unique tactics for dealing with EDP’s. 15m
Managing Stress in the Wake of an Officer-Involved Shooting In this installment of Reality Training, Dave Smith offers tips for managing emotional stress in the wake of an officer-involved shooting and reviews several actions that must be initiated immediately after a suspect has been shot. 15m
Mayday Tip Bozeman Fire Department’s Josh Charles offers some important advice in case you are ever in distress and have to utter the dreaded words “mayday, mayday, mayday.” 5m
Memory and Decision Making In this segment, Doug Wyllie consults with veteran psychologist Alexis Artwohl about her research working with officers who have experienced post-shooting distress. Artwohl provides insight about the human memory and explains how we are generally not hard-wired to recall the level of detail needed as part of the OIS investigative process. Artwohl suggests that officers have two or three sleep cycles for optimal memory recall prior to an extensive interview. 10m
Mental Illness: The Challenges of Staying on Medication In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, interviews Pat Doyle about Mental Illness.  Discussion centers on the challenges many people have staying on medication as well as issues faced by both doctors and patients. 10m
Mental Preparation In this video, Dave Smith provides visualization techniques for overcoming a crisis situation where you are injured. 5m
Motor Learning and Training for Law Enforcement In this video, Robert Bragg discusses using Motor Learning Training for law enforcement in order to improve skill retention and learning. 15m
Movement Formation vs. Fighting Formation PoliceOne Senior Editor, Doug Wyllie, speaks with Kyle Lamb about standing in a fighting formation in open shooter instances. 5m
Multiple Active Shooters Dave Smith and Don Alwes from NTOA have an in-depth discussion on preparing for a multiple active shooter situation. 10m
Murphy’s Law for Law Enforcement In this video tip, PoliceOne Contributor Dave Smith discusses why officers need to be constantly doing when/then thinking  preparing for any and every eventuality  while on patrol, because as the old adage goes, ,Anything that can go wrong, usually does. 5m
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Neck Restraints In this segment, Dave Smith sits down with Roy Bedard to discuss the issue of neck restraints. Roy talks about safety hazards and the different techniques that can be used to properly apply neck restraints. 10m
Never Let your Guard Down In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews an incident involving a Sovereign Citizen who has small children in the car, but nevertheless engages officers in a gun battle. 15m
New Era, New Rules In this segment, Gary Klugiewicz explains the rules of communication that have arisen in a new era of law enforcement, where more and more officers are forced to explain their actions based on video evidence. 5m
New Life Shootings Survivor Story “We have more power than the bad guy. We have the equipment, we have the training, and we have the courage….” That’s a direct quote from former police officer Jeanne Assam. She was working security at New Life Church in Colorado Springs, CO when 24-year-old Matthew Murray launched an all-out assault on the church’s parishioners. Listen as she tells her amazing story of courage, strength, and training. 15m
NM School bus involved in a pursuit NM School bus involved in a pursuit ends with a PIT 5m
Nutrition for a Busy Lifestyle Shift work often limits food choices and is accompanied by a lack of adequate sleep. In this video, Dr. Michael Eby talks with Betsy Brantner Smith about steps you can take to improve eating habits during your shift and improve your overall energy levels. 15m
NY cop shoots charging dog After watching this video, the viewer will see how an officer responded to a vicious attack from this dog. 5m
NYPD Principles of a Shooting Grip Ron Avery demonstrates the basic principles of a shooting grip. 10m
Off-Duty Awareness When Responding to the Uniforms Betsy Brantner-Smith highlights the importance of Off-Duty Officers’ compliance and communication when involved in a crime scene. 5m
Off-Duty Carry Married to a cop for 35 years, Vicky Farren shares her perspective on her husband carrying a weapon off duty. 5m
Off-Duty Equipment Preparation In this video, Manny Kapelsohn emphasizes the need for officers to be armed, alert and prepared while off-duty. 5m
Officer – Dispatcher Relations The role of a dispatcher should not be underestimated when it comes to officer safety. That’s why effective communication between the officer and dispatcher is vital. Betsy Brantner Smith gives specific advice on how to improve relationships and communications between officers and dispatchers. 10m
Officer Behavior During Force Encounters In this video, Bill Lewinsky of the Force Science Institute talks to Dave Smith about the study of officer behavior in force encounters. 10m
Officer Hesitation In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, discusses an increasing trend of officers hesitating when force could justifiably be used. 10m
Officer Involved Shooting In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews an officer involved shooting where the suspect is shot and all officers are safe.  He then discusses questions agencies must consider when dealing with the aftermath of a successful officer involved shooting. 10m
Officer Rescue with Vehicle In this tactical tip, Betsy Brantner Smith travels to the Sig Sauer Academy where they demonstrate how to rescue a downed officer using a vehicle. 5m
Officer Roadkill on the Information Highway In this video, Dave Smith talks to a prominent prosecutor named Val Van Brocklin. Val discusses an important topic that can negatively affect any law enforcement officer’s career: improper use of social networking. 15m
Officer Safety in Narcotics Investigations California Narcotics Officers Association Trainer Tony Alvarez talks to PoliceOne’s Doug Wyllie about making decisions while leading a team of narcotics investigators. 20m
Officer Safety Proper Response Gary Klugiewicz talks about how to prepare mentally for being on duty, maintaining alertness and pre-planning scenario response. 5m
Officer Safety when Responding to Potential Environmental Crime Scenes In this video, National Use of Force Coordinator for the EPA, Martin Schwartz, discusses the importance of officer safety when responding to potential environmental crime scenes. These types of crimes are generally unusual, so special care must be taken. 5m
Officer Wellness with Brian Nanatavy In this video, Brian Nanatavy discusses the concept of officer wellness and how it is perceived differently across generational currently in the work force. 15m
Oh My God, He’s Here Police Reports Tell Story Of Domestic Violence Victim Oh my God, he is here Police reports tell story of domestic violence victim 5m
OIS: Balancing Emotional and Legal Survival Manny Kapelsohn discusses critical-incident amnesia and how it relates to an officer-involved shooting. 10m
One Hit Qualification Nationally recognized Firearms Instructor Frank Repass explains a drill he developed called the “One Hit Qualification.” 10m
Out of Holster Gun Grabs Tony Labraia demonstrates how to training for out of the holster gun grabs in a variety of situations. This is a combination of your defensive tactics, tactics, and firearms training. 5m
Over Hand Arm Drag from Weapon Retention In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller speaks about and shows us an avoidance skill for someone grabbing your gun called the Over Hand Arm Drag from Weapon Retention. 5m
Overall Officer Wellness Related to Safety In this video, Stephanie Gibson discusses officer wellness related to safety. 10m
Overcoming Fear Bob Lindsay talks about how to overcome both real as well as perceived fears. 10m
Passive to Active Resistance During a Traffic Stop In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews and discusses an incident to illustrate how a suspect goes from passive to active resistance during a traffic stop. 10m
Patrol Basics: Contact and Cover Betsy Brantner Smith reviews the basics of contact and cover and the importance of maintaining your roles while interacting with suspects. 5m
Patrol Basics: Controlling Risks at a Traffic Stop Dave Smith discusses the risks of “”routine”” traffic stops and the dangers that they present. He illustrates how to assess the situation and mitigate these risks. 10m
Patrol Basics: Developing Sources Betsy Brantner Smith discusses the importance of maintaining a pool of informants or sources in the neighborhoods you patrol. These sources can be created by building rapport with those you encounter on the streets, or even those that you are questioning on a minor crime. 5m
Patrol Basics: Domestic Violence Calls Dave Smith discusses the dangers of domestic violence calls and the traits that are unique to these situations. He expresses the importance of getting as much information as possible from dispatch and to never get complacent when visiting a recidivist. 10m
Patrol Basics: DWI Investigations In this video Dave Smith discusses the harsh reality and prevalence of people who drive while intoxicated. He points out how to identify these individuals and how to handle the investigation. 10m
Patrol Communications Corporal Mark Coates was shot and killed after stopping a car for weaving in traffic on I-95 near the Georgia border. Constable Darrell Lunsford was shot and killed after finding marijuana in a vehicle during a traffic stop. Prior to both attacks, the assailants gave nonverbal cues that indicated impending attacks. Body Language Expert Jim Glennon reviews these cases and tells you how to detect deceit by analyzing body language. 15m
Patrol Considerations in a Business Area Dave Smith discusses ideas for improving patrol operations in a business area. 10m
Patrol Considerations in Abandoned Properties Dave Smith discusses better ways to patrol abandoned properties in a business area. 5m
Patrol Rifle Deployment Deputy Chief Mark Dunston of the Ocean Springs PD offers advice on the effective deployment of patrol rifles. 10m
Patrol Vehicle Exits:  Moving Quickly and Tactically Betsy Brantner-Smith discusses the best way to exit your parked vehicle when a citizen approaches you to ask you a question. 5m
Penny Drill In this segment, Firearms Instructor Lou Ann Hamblin demonstrates a simple yet effective drill known as “The Penny Drill” for trigger-control management. 10m
Phoenix Police Officers Hurt During Domestic Violence Call In this news segment, the viewer will learn of a Phoenix Police Officer who was hurt during a domestic violence call. 5m
Pistol Maintenance In this video, Sig Sauer’s Scott Kenneson, explains how to properly clean and maintain your pistol and addresses the potential consequences of not properly maintaining your firearm. 5m
Plan B Drill In this video tip, Tony Lambraia discusses and demonstrates how you can help prepare your officers for the very likely eventuality that the first technique they use to control a subject may not work precisely as planned or practiced. Tony emphasizes that during training, officers should work on transitioning to Plan B and even plans C, D, and E. 5m
Police Camera Shows Final Moments Before Man Killed Flagstaff Officer During this news segment, the viewer will see a police officers final moments before being killed. 5m
Police Officer Body Cameras record domestic violence response calls During this video, the viewer will see recorded domestic violence calls. 5m
Police put mental health training to practice During this video, the viewer will learn of police putting their mental health training to use. 10m
Pop Up Drill Nationally recognized Firearms Instructor Frank Repass explains “The Pop Up” drill.” 10m
Port of Seattle Police Department Marine Patrol Unit This segment provides an overview of how Seattle Port Police overcome maritime obstacles.   While the job is still the same as a patrol officer, adding the element of water creates new challenges. 10m
Practice Drawing your Tools Dan Marcou gives tips about the belt such as practicing drawing the gun, and how to put equipment in your belt in a proper way. 5m
Practice with your Weapon Chris Cerino of FNH goes over the importance of repeated practice with your duty weapon. 5m
Pre-Planned Radio Communication In this tactical tip, Chuck Deakins emphasizes the need to communicate calmly and efficiently with your department and dispatchers during the heat of a critical incident. 5m
Pre-planning Response to Incidents Police One Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie talks with Ron LaPedis, an expert in business continuity and private/public safety partnerships, about how to create a better environment for the employees and law enforcement personnel who share mutual concerns about safety and incident response in their jurisdictions. 10m
Precautions when Using Social Media In this video, Lauri Stevens talks about how important it is to be careful when using social media, and what practices can help you be safer. 5m
Preparing for a Non-Compliance In this video, law enforcement expert Dave Smith reviews a video of a bank robbery gone awry. The robber struggles with getting his weapon out, and an armed guard capitalizes on the moment. The video depicts a sudden non-compliance event and Dave Smith explains what officers can do in such events. 5m
Preparing for a Terrorist Attack In this training segment, Doug Wyllie and Dick Fairburn review how law enforcement can prepare for future acts of terrorism by reviewing recent worldwide trends. Fairburn emphasizes why it is imperative that patrol officers are equipped with the proper tools and winning mindset. 10m
Preparing for an Active Shooter Dave Smith discusses how to prepare for an Active Shooter. 10m
Preparing for an Ambush In this segment, Doug Wyllie and Dick Fairburn discuss recent trends in ambush attacks. Fariburn defines the two types of attacks recognized by the FBI. 10m
Preparing for an Effective Emergency Response on College Campuses In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief and Chief Joel Shults explore ideas for preparing for an effective emergency response on college campuses. 15m
Preshift Training Preparing to Win a Gunfight Sgt. Chris Jaekl of the New Berlin PD shows Dave Smith some preshift training drills that you can complete in less than 5 minutes. These drills ensure that you are mentally and physically prepared to win a gunfight. 10m
Preventative Maintenance for your Fleet Vehicles In this video, Doug Wyllie talks with Sgt. George Binzey about preventative maintenance for your fleet and how proper maintenance can extend your fleet’s lifespan and improve performance. 5m
Preventing Distractions from Communication Devices while Driving a Patrol Vehicle Lou Ann Hamblin discusses the use of technology in a patrol car. 5m
Preventing Police Officer Suicide Doug Wyllie interviews Dr. Olivia Johnson about the reality of officer suicide. Dr. Johnson discusses the need to recognize that suicide is a major problem in law enforcement and how it should be addressed. 5m
Primal Protective and Tactical Response After watching this video, the viewer will learn to consider the complexitiesof both physical and psychological response to a fight situation and … 10m
Principles of a Shooting Grip Ron Avery demonstrates the basic principles of a shooting grip. 10m
Priorities of Life Sgt. Jeff Selleg of the Port Authority Police in Seattle says whether it is a case of a barricaded subject, HAZMAT, or active shooter, the sooner law enforcement can become involved in an incident, the safer it is for everyone. 10m
Private Property and Public Access Rick McCann of Private Officer International discusses the various types of private property, as well as the rights of the public depending on location. 10m
Problem Statement Module 9: Problem Statement 5m
Product Highlight:  Protecto Extrication Wrap Chief Ernie Rhodes takes a closer look at a new product designed to protect first responders on vehicle extrication scenes. 10m
Project Description Module 10: Project Description 5m
Proper Use of Simulators in Training Dave Smith discusses the proper use of simulators in training. 5m
Protester Interstate Blockade Watch as protesters block Interstate 880 in Oakland, CA, forcing the closure of the freeway in both directions for more than an hour and causing traffic to back up for miles in March 2010. 5m
Protocol for Calls Involving Excited Delirium In this segment, Gary Klugiewicz provides protocol for responding to calls involving subjects who are displaying signs of Excited Delirium. 5m
Protocol for police officer victimization Police One’s Doug Wylie discusses the protocol for police officer victimization with Joel F. Shults, Chief of Police and reveals some of the problems associated with police officers as victims of crimes. 5m
Providing Closure for the Dispatcher Dispatchers, like all other law enforcement personnel, can suffer from emotional issues as a result of their involvement in critical incidents. In this tactical tip, Dave Smith reviews how you can improve teamwork and communications, as well as provide feedback and closure essential to their emotional survival. 5m
Pursuit Crash During this video, the viewer will learn of a pursiut crash caused by tunnel vision. 5m
Pursuit Driving: Dangers Of An Intersection Statistics show that there is a high rate of officer-related accidents that occur in intersections. In this segment, Doug Wyllie and Travis Yates discuss the dangers at intersections that officers encounter behind the wheel on a daily basis. Yates encourages drivers to slow down and provides tips for remaining on high-alert while clearing intersections. 10m
Pursuit Ends with Mass Collision Watch as this high-speed pursuit ends in a mass collision. 5m
Questions to Ask During a Drug Interdiction Stop In his 19 years of law enforcement, Lt. Andrew Hawkes has worked in highway drug interdiction, patrol, K9, investigations, narcotics, and administration. In this segment, Lt. Hawkes discusses the top questions to ask during a drug interdiction stop to help lead you to your next big bust. 10m
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Rapid Deployment 2.0 (Doug Wyllie) In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief interviews Dick Fairburn, PoliceOne Columnist about a new version of Rapid Deployment 2.0. They discuss tactical and deployment differences from both historical and recent incidents. 15m
Rapid Response:  Prepare for a Drone Attack The PoliceOne Rapid Response training series combines recent news events, expert analysis, and relevant PoliceOne resources into a quick, relevant and timely training program. The August 4 assassination attempt of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro brought the attention of the world to a problem the Department of Homeland Security and a variety of forward-looking security companies have been discussing for a while   the potential for a drone-based attack in the United States. 10m
Rapid Response: Ambush Survival The PoliceOne Rapid Response training series combines recent news events, expert analysis and relevant PoliceOne resources into a quick, relevant and timely training program.  In the early morning hours of December 31, 2017, deputies from the Douglas County (Colo.) Sheriff’s Office were called for a disturbance inside an apartment. Shortly after deputies were admitted Matthew Riehl opened fire on the deputies with a rifle, killing Deputy Zackari Parrish III, 29, and wounding three deputies, plus an officer from the Castle Rock Police Department. This incident may have been a planned ambush attack. 10m
Rapid Response: Takeaways from Parkland, Fla. Active Shooter Incident The PoliceOne Rapid Response training series combines recent news events, expert analysis and relevant PoliceOne resources into a quick, relevant and timely training program. A 19-year-old man shot and killed 17 students and adults at a high school in Parkland, Florida, on February 14, 2018. Many more were wounded. The man is in police custody after he surrendered to them without incident. 10m
Raw footage of Pewaukee Shootout with Theodore and James Oswald 1994 Raw footage of Pewaukee Shootout with Theodore and James Oswald 1994 5m
Raw Video: Detroit Police Station Shooting detroit police station shooting caught on tape 5m
Raw Video: Lakewood suspect dashcam Raw video from Benjamin Kelly’s patrol car (Seattle PD) on the night he had the mindset to win a split-second confrontation with cop killer Maurice Clemmons. 10m
Reaction Response to TASER Hit The Washington State Patrol Academy performed an exercise to gauge a subject’s ability to shoot a gun while being tased. They determined that certain circumstances, including hit location and probe spread, can affect the overall effectiveness of the taser. Under certain conditions, the subject may still be able to use deadly force on an officer. 10m
Reaction, Movement and Response Times In this video, Dave Smith talks with Joseph Ferrera about the differences between reaction and response time. In order to train well, one must be able to distinguish between the two. 15m
Real World Pat Down and Search Techniques After watching this video, the viewer will understand the danger in giving a subject a good ,platform  during a pat down or search.Do not platform a … 10m
Real-Life Video Training 1 Real Life Video Training includes: Reality Training: Richland EDP, Reality Training: Seattle Samurai, Reality Training: Florida Pursuit, Reality Training: Unlikely Pursuit, Reality Training: San Diego Foot Pursuit, Reality Training: Kansas City Park Shooting, Reality Training: Multiple Suspects 1h
Realistic Nutrition for Shift Workers Nutritionist Lauren McCarthy talks to Dave Smith about recommended eating patterns for shift workers. 10m
Reality Training: A Deadly Parking Lot Shooting In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews a video of an officers response to a foot chase by a hotel security guard who was chasing a car burglary suspect. 15m
Reality Training: A Failed Stun Gun Deployment In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith provides tips for officers to prepare for a possible stun gun deployment failure. 15m
Reality Training: A Sudden Spontaneous Attack In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith reviews an incident involving a sudden spontaneous attack and discusses how officers can use lessons learned to prepare themselves. 15m
Reality Training: A Traffic Stop Gone Wrong In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews a traffic stop in which the officer approaches the car and the driver immediately fires a shot towards the officer. 10m
Reality Training: A Violent Felony Stop In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith reviews and discusses key points to consider when confronted in a violent felony stop. 15m
Reality Training: A Volatile Foot Pursuit In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith reviews and discusses an incident involving a foot pursuit that turns into an officer-involved shooting. 15m
Reality Training: An Edged Weapon Attack In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith reviews an edged weapon attack and discusses key points that will help officers be successful should they find themselves involved in a similar situation in the future. 15m
Reality Training: An Unusual Foot Pursuit Shooting In this video, Dave Smith discusses an Oklahoma foot pursuit that ended in a fatal shooting.  It serves as a reminder of the dangers of an armed, fleeing suspect and the importance of controlling the scene when multiple bystanders are present. 15m
Reality Training: Body Cams and Protecting your Right to Use Force In this video, Dave Smith discusses a use of force incident out of Celina (Texas) that is a prime example of the utility of body cameras and the importance of having as much documentation as possible in a violent encounter with a subject. 15m
Reality Training: Control Tactics in Court Gary Klugiewicz speaks with Capt. Darlene Jonas about an incident which shows the need to rehearse responses to uncooperative or combative prisoners inside the courtroom, especially where TV cameras are present. 10m
Reality Training: Controlling a Crime Scene When the Suspect Returns In this week’s segment of Roll Call: Reality Training, Dave Smith reviews a surveillance video out of Oregon that stresses the importance of expecting the unexpected, when an armed suspect returns to the scene of the crime. 15m
Reality Training: Correcting Bad Habits The difference between life and death in a critical incident could simply come down to good and bad habits. Dave Smith reviews video of the tragic killing of Trooper Mark Coates and offers tips on how to increase your odds of winning the fight. 15m
Reality Training: Courthouse Shooting In this video, Dave Smith analyzes a courthouse shooting and discusses how important it is to be aware of available cover in any given situation. 5m
Reality Training: Crazy Jeep Pursuit This reality training video provides great footage for facilitating discussion on contingency planning and agency repsonse during a vehicle pursuit. 10m
Reality Training: Creating Distance in a Deadly Situation In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith discusses creating distance in a deadly situation. 15m
Reality Training: Crowd Control, Cameras Rolling During a crowd control or riot, you should assume there is someone present with a camera in hand. In this video, Dave Smith stresses the importance of watching your defensive tactics techniques, particularly with a baton, in order to avoid negative coverage from the media. 5m
Reality Training: Deadly Force Against Armed and Fleeing Subjects In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews a traffic stop involving a subject who has a criminal history and is known to the officer, but who has never used force on a subject until this time. 15m
Reality Training: Dealing with Aggressive Dogs Dave Smith discusses what to do when encountering an aggressive dog. 10m
Reality Training: Driver’s Safety – Wisconsin Deer Strike In this Reality Training segment, Dave Smith discusses the danger of animal hazards and what tactics you should employ to keep yourself safe. 5m
Reality Training: Driving to an Ambush In this video, Dave Smith looks at the savage killing of a California deputy.  It is a tragic reminder of the dangers cops face on patrol. Are you prepared for an ambush attack? 10m
Reality Training: Drug Interdiction at Traffic Stops 10m
Reality Training: Dying Dog Scenario After watching this video, viewers will see that it demonstrates how police officers, thrust into a unique crisis, balance officer survival, public … 10m
Reality Training: Elderly Woman with a Knife In this segment, Dave Smith talks about the complexities involved at a scene where an 84-year-old woman is wielding a knife. Dave discusses the different options and decisions that can be made. 10m
Reality Training: Encountering a “Suicide By Cop” Situation In this video, Dave Smith reviews a video out of Green County, Missouri in which a subject refuses to drop a sweater covering his hands. The officers are unable to see whether or not the subject is holding a weapon, but he does imply as such. Tragically, the subject commits suicide by cop. See how the officers handle the situation. 10m
Reality Training: Enduring an Ambush During an Arrest Law enforcement expert Dave Smith reviews a video of two officers dealing with a suspect on the ground, when another suspect struck an officer. He reminds viewers to be ready for anything and teaches the rule of plus one. 10m
Reality Training: Escaping Handcuffs In this video, Dave Smith shows us footage of a subject who has the ability to dislocate most of the bones in his upper body. We can observe the subject literally ,jump rope  his cuffs, squeeze his hands out, and escape from common restraint techniques using his ability to dislocate his bones. 5m
Reality Training: Evasive Driving In this video, Dave Smith shows us dash cam footage of a state trooper thinking quickly to stop an 88-year-old confused driver going the wrong way on the interstate. We see Trooper Doug Cropper race through the city to get on the interstate because construction is blocking the closest on ramps. Trooper Cropper enters the interstate and places his vehicle in the path of the other vehicle, getting the confused man to stop. Trooper Cropper’ss quick thinking and bravery prevented a major head on collision. The wonderful thing about watching quick-reaction videos is that other officers can expand their brain by visualizing themselves in these situations. 5m
Reality Training: Excited Delirium Appleton Wisconsin Watch this remarkable video where dispatch, police, and emergency medical personnel respond to a case of excited delirium in Appleton, Wisconsin. 10m
Reality Training: Expect the Unexpected Watch as Betsy Brantner Smith debriefs a dicey situation from a New Mexico traffic stop captured on dash cam. Betsy reviews how officers respond to a spontaneous gunfight and safely stop the threat while protecting a woman and child in the process. 5m
Reality Training: Felony Traffic Stop In this video, Dave Smith reviews a tragic officer involved shooting caught on dash cam. Officer Jonathan Schmidt, along with his partner, are dealing with a traffic stop that turns into a felony traffic stop situation due to both the driver and a passenger having warrants. Poor decisions turn this routine traffic stop into a deadly situation. Watch what happens. 10m
Reality Training: Field Sobriety Test In this video, Dave Smith shows us dash cam footage of an officer attempting to conduct a field sobriety test. The officer asks the subject to help put down tape so the man can attempt to walk a straight line. 5m
Reality Training: Flash Mobs Organized through social media, they gather in masses with the blatant intent to steal. It’s a new phenomenon called Criminal Flash Mobs. They are on the rise and occurring city cities from coast to coast. Watch this reality footage as Betsy Brantner Smith reviews what to consider when you respond and how you can educate the public about this dangerous new trend. 5m
Reality Training: Florida Pursuit Dave Smith reviews in-car camera footage from a Florida question. This incident once again begs the question, “when should you end a pursuit?” 5m
Reality Training: Franconia Officer Killed In 2007, Corporal Bruce McKay of the Franconia, New Hampshire Police Department was killed during a motor vehicle stop. In this segment, Dave Smith takes a closer look at the history between the suspect and the officer, and clues which could have possibly prevented this tragedy. 10m
Reality Training: Georgia Trooper Dragged Dave Smith reviews in-car camera footage of a Georgia State Trooper being dragged by a woman who attempted to flee during a traffic stop. 10m
Reality Training: Giving Verbal Commands In this video, Dave Smith breaks down a situation involving a chase where officers give verbal commands that are filled with vulgarity. The situation then focuses on containment of multiple subjects and how to handcuff and control them while considering the totality of circumstances in an evolving situation. Reviewing a subject’ss behavior in this incident involving a subject throwing dope under car and dropping a gun after being handcuffed gives the viewer an opportunity to reflect on how best to handle a similar situation in the future. 5m
Reality Training: High Speed Pursuit In this video, Dave Smith takes a look at dashcam footage from an actual high-speed pursuit.  This case highights two important points: 1) the majority of high-speed pursuits involve felons, and 2) a vehicle can be used as a deadly weapon. 5m
Reality Training: How Cops Can Stay Safe During a Domestic Call Dave Smith reviews a tragic incident involving an Arizona officer in order to provide safety tips for cops responding to a domestic disturbance. 10m
Reality Training: How to Avoid Accidents at Shooting Ranges In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith discusses how to avoid accidents at shooting ranges by reviewing safe practices that should be implemented and reminding officers that awareness on the range is each person’ss job. 10m
Reality Training: How to Handle a suspicious activity call How quickly can a call turn violent? Dave Smith reviews body cam footage of a suspicious activity call in Salt Lake City that reminds officers to always be ready for the worst. He also gives several pointers on how to handle suspicious activity calls. 20m
Reality Training: How to Maintain your Situational Awareness and Avoid an Ambush With the recent uptick in ambushes against cops, maintaining situational awareness is a key element in officer survival. In this installment of Reality Training, Dave Smith reviews an incident out of Arizona in order to provide tips on avoiding an attack. 5m
Reality Training: How to Survive an Off-Duty Encounter Dave Smith takes us to Albuquerque (N.M.) in order to provide lessons on how to respond to a dangerous situation while off-duty. 15m
Reality Training: Kansas City Park Shooting Watch how officers exhibit model contact and cover communication after a suspect shot directly at them following a traffic stop in a Kansas City Park. Betsy Brantner Smith reviews how officers worked together to stay safe and keep track of the suspect. 5m
Reality Training: Kentucky Mental Patient Some of the most unpredictable cases involve emotionally disturbed people. In this video, Dave Smith reviews a case where officers in Boone County, Kentucky have to make a split-second decision “to shoot” or “not to shoot” when a woman steals their police vehicle. 10m
Reality Training: Kitsap Shooting Dave Smith discusses the challenges of responding to a crisis situation in a crowded area. This powerful video illustrates what can happen when a robbery occurs in a busy shopping mall. 10m
Reality Training: Las Vegas Knife Incident Dave Smith reviews a real-life incident where Las Vegas PD responds to an emotionally disturbed man wielding a knife. 10m
Reality Training: Lunsford Incident Constable Darrell Lunsford was shot and killed with his own weapon when three suspects assaulted him during a traffic stop in Texas. 10m
Reality Training: Mitigating the Aftermath of a Critical Incident In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith discusses how to mitigate the aftermath of a critical incident involving an officer-involved shooting. 15m
Reality Training: Multiple Suspects Dave Smith reviews a famous traffic stop video involving two white supremacists. 10m
Reality Training: Never Expect a Safe Environment In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith discusses how to stay safe in any environment by never expecting a safe environment. 15m
Reality Training: Nothing to Hide- Inviting Society to the Police Use of Force Training In this video, Chief Tim Barfield talks with Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, about inviting community members to participate in use of force training and see decisions officers make every day. 15m
Reality Training: Officers in Crisis Part 1 In this video, Tina Brookes discusses aspects of the Human Stress Response, Post Traumatic Stress, Post Traumatic Growth and Stress Management as they relate to officers. 10m
Reality Training: Officers in Crisis Part 2 In this video, Tina Brookes discusses the topic of officers in crisis and how we need to give officers permission to be human.  She also provides ideas for restoring health after being in crisis and the need to do a mental shift as part of the process. 10m
Reality Training: Opioid Overdose Symptoms In this video, David Adler discusses opioid overdose symptoms and offers suggestions for officers to take to assist in alleviating symptoms and helping the victim to recover. 10m
Reality Training: Pipe Blanket A career criminal in Ohio wields an ambiguous weapon, resulting in his own death. The question is this: how would you react in a similar situation? 10m
Reality Training: Pre-Indicators of an Assault In this video, Mark Sawa provides officers with some pre-indicators of an Assault-Use of Force which they can apply when dealing with subjects. 10m
Reality Training: Re-approaching the Suspect after the Shooting Stops In order to offer key points on what to do after an officer involved shooting, Dave Smith takes a look at body camera footage of an officer involved shooting in Ohio which results in the death of the perpetrator. 10m
Reality Training: Reapproaching a Suspect After the Shooting Stops What should you do after gunfire ceases in an officer-involved shooting? 10m
Reality Training: Rendering First Aid to a Downed Suspect In this video, law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith reviews an officer shooting involving a subject with a knife.  He also discusses how the officers move into providing first aid for the subject. 10m
Reality Training: Responding to an Incident in Plainclothes What are the safety precautions cops should take when responding to an incident in plainclothes? Dave Smith offers tips on what you can do to minimize the risk to yourself and responding officers. 10m
Reality Training: Responding To Edged Weapon Attacks After watching this video, you will be able to identify tactical methods all officers should be familiar with in order to be prepared for a spontaneous edged weapon attack. Even after a subject has been controlled and is in a secured area, one must be prepared to fight. 5m
Reality Training: Richland EDP Dealing with emotionally disturbed people can be particularly difficult because it’s impossible to predict what they’re going to do next. 10m
Reality Training: Safe Vehicle Operations Today’s modern patrol vehicle is a remarkable mix of computers, lasers, radios, weapons and paperwork. Dave Smith reminds us how to keep all these in perspective as we operate our vehicles to ensure we don’t allow these modern instruments to become deadly distractors instead of helpful and lifesaving tools. 10m
Reality Training: Safer Traffic Stops In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews a traffic stop involving a non-compliant subject and discusses how to make traffic stops safer. 15m
Reality Training: San Diego Foot Pursuit Dave Smith reviews an actual foot pursuit recorded from a helicopter. This case highlights the important steps an officer should take during a foot pursuit. 5m
Reality Training: Seattle Samurai Dave Smith reviews a real-life scenario where Seattle police respond to an emotionally disturbed man with a sword. 10m
Reality Training: Sparrow Firearms Training This famous video demonstrates firearms training by the Sparrow hitmen, a Filipino gang known for carrying out assassinations. 5m
Reality Training: Staying in Control When the Suspect is Aggressive Dave Smith breaks down a violent encounter with a panhandler in order to highlight the importance of coordinating with your partner when entering a dangerous situation and using different tools at your disposal when one tool fails. 10m
Reality Training: Striking an Animal with your Vehicle In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith discusses the best way to strike an animal to minimize risk to the officer. 10m
Reality Training: Sudden attack in a booking area 5m
Reality Training: Sugar Creek Incident Watch this actual incident and ask yourself, “what would I do if someone charged at and punched me?” 10m
Reality Training: Suicide Awareness Signs and Observations In this video, John Avery discusses signs and observations related to suicide awareness in law enforcement. 10m
Reality Training: Suicide Awareness-Prevention In this video, John Avery discusses Breaking the Silence: Suicide awareness and prevention in law enforcement. 10m
Reality Training: Surviving a confrontation after you are shot The shooting of Albuquerque Officer Lou Golson during a traffic stop is a harrowing reminder of how quickly police can find themselves in a battle for survival. Dave Smith takes a look at the body camera footage and offers key tactics to help officers win the fight. 10m
Reality Training: Surviving a Sudden Shooting at a Traffic Stop Dave Smith reviews footage of a sudden attack on a Texas deputy during a traffic stop in order to provide key tips on survival and catching the perpetrator. 15m
Reality Training: Swamp Baby In this video, Dave Smith takes a look at the “Swamp Baby” incident in which an EDP takes a young child into the swamp and attempts to drown them. 10m
Reality Training: The Importance of a Safe Approach and Cover In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith discusses the importance of a safe approach and the use of cover. 15m
Reality Training: Traffic Safety Tip In this video, Dave Smith talks about traffic stop safety. 10m
Reality Training: Trolley Square Shooting In this segment, Barb Harris and Betsy Brantner Smith discuss the Trolley Square Shooting and the importance of talking with and preparing your family for the role you play as a law enforcement officer both on and off duty. 10m
Reality Training: Understanding Excited Delirium Excited Delirium is a medical problem, but law enforcement is often called first due to the individiual’s violent and erratic behavior.  In this video, Dave Smith explains protocol when dealing with these types of calls. 10m
Reality Training: Unlikely Pursuit When an average looking woman in an unsuspecting vehicle becomes the subject of a high-speed chase, officers are reminded that human beings are the most unpredictable animals on the planet. In this video, law enforcement expert Dave Smith reminds you not to become complacent when identifying criminals. 5m
Reality Training: Using ECD on a suspect with a deadly weapon Dave Smith evaluates the proper time to deploy an ECD in a dangerous situation and how cops should prepare for the possibility of the device failing. 10m
Reality Training: Video Recording Impact on Law Enforcement Part 1 In this video, Major Thom Jackson discusses the way video impacts, people, differently than the written word partially due to emotions that are evoked more through watching something happen rather than merely reading about something that happened 10m
Reality Training: Video Recording Impact on Law Enforcement Part 2 In this video, Major Thom Jackson discusses the way video impacts Police Officers after an incident. 10m
Reality Training: Vital Principles of Foot Pursuits In this video, Dave Smith discusses four vital principles of foot pursuits and encourages officers to remember to be unpredictable to the suspect. 10m
Reality Training: Welfare Check on an Active Roadway Reality Training: Welfare Check on an Active Roadway 10m
Reality Training: When a Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Shots Fired Law enforcement expert Dave smith discusses how to deal with a potentially deadly vehicle pursuit. Dave reminds officers that vehicles can be deadly weapons and offers valuable officer safety advice. 5m
Reality Training: When a Violent Confrontation Draws a Crowd After watching this video, students will be able to identify at least three ways to deal with a confrontation that draws a crowd. Students will also learn how to utilize reality training to mentally prepare for possible situations. 5m
Reality Training: When your Partner Becomes a Hostage In this video, Dave Smith breaks down a situation in Tyler, TX involving two Texas DPS officers conducting a traffic stop. The first officer stands with the driver in between the vehicles. The second approaches the passenger side of the vehicle and immediately is taken hostage by the passenger subject. Watch the quick thinking and good training of these officers as the situation gets ugly. 5m
Reality Training: Why Cops Should Stay Vigilant during Traffic Stops Cops face a number of environmental hazards when pulling over a motorist on an active roadway. In this installment of Reality Training, Dave Smith offers key safety reminders for a variety of different traffic stops. 10m
Reality Training: Why Mental Rehearsal Is Crucial to Officer Survival Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith reviews the fatal shooting of Montana Highway Patrol Trooper David DeLaittre in order to highlight the importance of mental rehearsal for success in crisis situations. 10m
Reality Training: Why Searching and Frisking a Subject is Crucial In this video, the viewer will learn why searching and frisking a subject is crucial. 10m
Reality Training: Winning a Confrontation after You are Hurt 10m
Reality Training: Winning a Confrontation when the Subject Has the Drop on You After watching this video, the viewer will be able to list the keys points on what to do after the subject gets the drop on you. 10m
Reality Training:A Mixed Compliance Felony Stop In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith reviews a mixed compliance traffic stop involving two people on a motorcycle, one of which shoots and kills the officer. 10m
Reality Training:The Irrational Subject and our use of Language In this video, Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith reviews an incident in Gainesville, FL where officers encounter a robbery suspect who is irrational and has a revolver. 15m
Reasonable Use of Deadly Force in Dog Encounters In this video, Doug Wyllie speaks with Sue Weaver about what to do when you are put in a position where you must use deadline force on a canine, and the difference between a reasonable use of deadly force and an unreasonable use of deadly force. 10m
Recognizing a Meth Addict Narcotics expert Robert Pennal discusses the telltale signs to look for to alert you that you may be dealing with a meth user, along with what to expect in terms of potential behavior. 10m
Recognizing the Indicators of Sovereign Citizens After watching this video, viewers will understand some of the things they may encounter when dealing with a person claiming to be a ,Sovereign … 5m
Reflections on Police Use of Force Betsy Brantner-Smtih consults with expert Mike Gardner about an officer’s obligation to adhere to law and policy during a crisis situation. 10m
Reinstilling Confidence in the Use of Force Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief talks with Richard Fairburn about re-instilling confidence in the use of force and offers ideas as to what can be done to ensure officers are prepared in a use of force situation. 15m
Report writing from a Lawyer’s Perspective Attorney Laura Scarry talks about the importance of officers writing to the facts of the case, and not necessarily using legally-conclusive terminology which may not apply directly, in order to build a foundation for a solid case. 5m
Responding Appropriately when Dealing with Violent Offenders After watching this video, students will be able to state at least three ideas to assist in preparing to handle a use of force incident should it occur in their jurisdiction. 10m
Responding to Persons with Autism Dave Smith and Senior Officer Joel Lashley discuss the important things you need to know regarding autism. People with autism are seven or eight times more likely to make a police contact than the average person, and Lashley helps you prepare to handle such an encounter. 10m
Response Strategy for Multiple-Location Attacks Doug Wyllie talks with Don Alwes about developing a response plan for when attacks occur in multiple locations simultaneously. 10m
Responsibilities of the First Officer in an Active Shooter Incident NTOA Instructor Don Alwes talks about the responsibilities officers have when responding to active-shooter incidents, including the three key concepts of assessment, communications, and response. 5m
Restaurant Safety for Police Officers Dave Smith and Betsy Brantner-Smith give some pointers on how to stay safe during coffee and lunch breaks while on the job. 5m
Rifle Selection for Police Use In this video, Don Alwes discusses how to select a rifle for duty use and what to consider when selecting accessories. 5m
Risk Awareness on an Active Roadway In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews several videos involving officers facing threats from traffic while on an active roadway. 10m
Risk Reduction There’s a high probability you might be sued during the course of your career. In this segment, Dave Smith talks to risk reduction expert Steve Ashley about how to keep from being sued. 15m
Roll Call: Man shot after jumping in trooper’s SUV, Ill boy’s birthday wish Dave Smith recaps the fatal shooting of a suspect who tried stealing a service weapon out of a Nevada trooper’s vehicle, asks departments to come together to support an ill boy, discusses a dangerous gang war in Chicago, plus this week’s Not Today. 5m
Routine Kills Dave Smith reminds us that the dangerous road to complacency can set in while conducting the daily routine. Smith identifies three levels of training including cognitive, associative and automatic. 10m
Rule of Plus One Dave Smith Describes the Rule of Plus One, and details how officers can use an expectancy mindset to properly prepare a contingency plan for any situation. 5m
SARS Technique Escalating Use of Force In this video tactical tip, Henry Brettrager, the founder of the Sudden Assault Response System, commonly known as SARS, discusses the how and why the system works, and demonstrates the several applications of the technique, from a very low level of force, all the way up to a very, very high use of force. 10m
Search and Seizure Procedures Rick McCann covers the legal limits of search and seizure for security officers. 10m
Search Protocol Overview TX Search Protocol Overview TX 10m
Searching a Suspect Richard Tracy discusses the importance to searching a suspect each time they have been moved or transferred, even when they have already been in police custody. 5m
Searching for Concealed Weapons After watching this video, the viewer will understand where bad guys usually carry their guns and how to stay safe when contacting subjects who may … 5m
Searching Vehicles Samuel Bashan of the Homeland Security Network discusses vehicle searches and explains what officers should be searching for while conducting a thorough search. 10m
Selecting a Sling for your Patrol Rifle In this video, Don Alwes discusses how to select a sling for your patrol rifle based on what your needs are in the field. 5m
Senior Corporal Mark Nix Incident Two officers responded to a call about a car believed to have been used during a homicide two days earlier. Following a short pursuit, the suspect vehicle crashed and the suspect opened fire from inside the car, fatally wounding one of the officers. 5m
Servant Leadership in Fire Service Wylie, Texas fire chief Randy Corbin presents concepts for servent leadership.  Hosted by Chief Rob Wylie. 10m
Setting Up and Training with Your Patrol Rifle In this segment, Dave Smith talks with Ron Council, Firearms Instructor at Palm Beach Gardens P.D. Ron believe officers and patrol deputies should have rifles in order to equalize forces and improve their abilities when meeting a threat. Dave and Ron discuss the benefits of patrol rifles, including the use of scopes that enable consistent, long distance precision shots. 10m
Sex Crime Investigations on College Campuses Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief and Matt Stiehm discuss sex crime investigations and the vulnerable populations on college campuses along with the issues that make it harder to investigate sex crimes and how to overcome them. 15m
Shake and Bake Meth Method Narcotics expert Robert Pennal discusses the dangerous new “shake n bake” method of methamphetamine manufacturing, often conducted in cars or on lawns, which uses small containers and may result in deadly explosions. 15m
Shoot/Don’t Shoot: Decision-Based Training In this segment, Dave Smith sits down with Dennis Tueller to discuss current firearms training techniques. 10m
Shooter Feedback As a firearms trainer, it’s important to get feedback from your students during training. 10m
Shooter’s Stance Firearms Instructor Lou Ann Hamblin explores some of the essentials of proper stance to improve your accuracy on every shot! 10m
Shooting Cycle Ron Avery explains the 6 steps of the Shooting Cycle. 10m
Shooting Tactics for Multiple Officers in Close Quarters Firearms instructor Gary Monreal discusses the challenges of operating in close quarters, and demonstrates a drill to help prepare you for an active shooter. 10m
Should You Carry a Weapon Off Duty? In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews a video where an off-duty military officer is approached by an armed assailant, but successfully defends herself and others because she has her weapon in her purse.  He also discusses why you need to think about carrying your weapon off duty. 10m
Side Control with Edged Weapon In this video, Defensive Tactics Expert Acie Mitchell demonstrates how to defend yourself from an edged-weapon attack after being knocked to the ground. 5m
Single Wrist Grab to a Straight Armbar Takedown In this video, Defensive Tactics Instructor Joe Ferrera demonstrates how to break free from a single wrist grab and transition into a straight armbar takedown. 5m
Single-Officer Squad: No Back-up Available Dave Smith demonstrates different scenarios and safe procedures for a police officer when there’s no backup available. 5m
Social Contracts Gary Klugiewicz and Joel Lashley discuss the social contracts that occur in correctional settings, and how guards and officers can set the proper social contracts, that provide a calmer and safer jail environment. 10m
Social Networking Precautions In this video, Betsy Brantner-Smith discusses how important it is to use caution when posting on social networking sites. This information can affect your career and the safety of your family. 5m
Soft  Decentralization Technique In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Columnist Dan Marcou alongside demonstration partner Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief shares a technique you can use to get a non-compliant subject into cuffs without taking them completely to the ground. 5m
Sovereign Citizen Movement – CBS Hit Piece Sovereign Citizen Movement – CBS Hit Piece 15m
Sovereign Citizens Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne columnist, discusses the sovereign citizen movement and how they are becoming more aggressive towards police. 10m
Sovereign citizens  FBI calls them domestic terrorists Sovereign citizens  FBI calls them domestic terrorists 5m
Sovereign Citizens and Law Enforcement Sovereign Citizens and Law Enforcement 15m
Spear System: Sudden Ambush Tony Blauer demonstrates in detail several effective techniques for countering close-quarter attacks as an officer. 15m
Speed Cuffing Larry Jackson reinforces and demonstrates basic speed handcuffing techniques. 5m
Speed Cuffing Technique In this video, Joe Ferrera demonstrates a speed cuffing technique that doesn’t require a wall and is effective for cuffing, uncuffing, and pat-downs. 5m
Speed Load vs. Tactical Load In this segment, Ron Avery demonstrates the difference between speed loading and tactical loading of a firearm. Avery provides practical training tips to help officers improve their firearms skills. 10m
Spotting a Concealed Weapon After watching this video, students will be able to list at least four indicators that a person may be concealing a weapon.Observational skills are … 5m
Starting Your Agency’s K9 Unit In this segment, Doug Wyllie and Lt. Jon Bennett discuss how to implement a successful K-9 program. Bennett describes the K-9 unit operations at Charleston Police Department and offers suggestions for other departments on getting started. 10m
Staying Ahead of the Curve with Simulation Training Dave Smith and Marshall Smith of LaserMax discuss how shooting accuracy and speed are vastly improved when training with lasers. 10m
Staying Hydrated on Duty In this segment, Dave Smith shares helpful tips for staying hydrated on duty regardless of the climate or season. He highlights the reality that dehydration can decrease critical thinking, and emphasizes the need to keep your fluid intake up throughout your shift. 5m
Staying in Command in a Deadly Environment In this video, law enforcement expert Dave Smith reviews an officer’s body camera video that shows officers dealing with a possible suicidal subject in a deadly residential situation. By watching this video, it will help explain why body cameras are so important to justify law enforcement actions and will show how to stay in command when dealing with a potentially lethal situation. 10m
Staying in the Fight In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, discusses staying in the fight throughout an incident by reviewing a call with escalating use of force and an officer who is disarmed of his baton and injured. 15m
Straight Armbar Escort Joe Ferrera demonstrates the effectiveness of a straight armbar escort. 5m
Street Smart Performance Routine In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief talks with Brian Crandell about a Street Smart Performance Routine which will help officers do their jobs better as it represents best work practices for the profession. 15m
Strengthening Relations with Local Media In this video, Sgt. J.D. Nelson discusses the role of the PIO and the importance of building a strong relationship with the media. Nelson discusses why it is so important to establish this relationship and steps you can take to start building a positive relationship. 10m
Strengthening Your Shooting Grip Ron Avery demonstrates an exercise using different grippers in order to improve shooting grip. 5m
Stress and Use of Force Dr. Darrell Ross is an expert in the field of use of force. In this video, he talks to Dave Smith about how stress affects police officers physiologically and how research in this area can lead to improved training programs. These findings also help expert witnesses defend officers in court during use-of-force cases. 10m
Strong Hand Only Reload In this Tactical Tip, Scott Reidy of the Sig Sauer Academy demonstrates the strong hand only reload. 5m
Subduing a Dangerous Armed Subject Watch as officers and armed security make a plan to safely subdue a dangerous armed suspect in this week’s Roll Call: Reality Training. 10m
Successful Equipment Selection for Female officers The proper selection of equipment for female officers is crucial to their training, success, and survival. 15m
Sudden Attack in a Booking Area Dave Smith breaks down a sudden attack in a booking area that serves as a reminder to regularly check restraints on a suspect and no matter what the environment, never lower your guard. 5m
Suicide Bombers Threats from homegrown extremists in the US are constantly evolving. In this segment, Betsy Brantner Smith and terrorism expert Henry Morgenstern discuss the awareness and indicators that local law enforcement should be on the lookout for this their communities. 10m
Suicide Bombers in the US Former Det. 1st Grade Mort Dzikansky of the NYPD talks with Betsy Bratner-Smith about what to look for, and how to approach, potential suicide bombers or those planning to become them. 10m
Supplemental Training For School Resource Officers In this video, Alicia Lutman discusses supplemental training that could help officers, and specifically school resource officers, when dealing with children with autism or mental health issues. 10m
Support Side Shooting Doug Wyllie and Kyle Lamb discuss training and shooting with your support side. Lamb emphasizes how developing the skill and precision to shoot from both sides will greatly prepare you for combat. 5m
Survive at Night Thomas Aveni offers valuable advice on how to survive at night. 15m
Surviving an Ambush In this video tactical tip, Don Gulla, alongside his presentation partner, Rob, shows some techniques you might consider using and/or passing along to your colleagues in response to a close-quarters ambush attack. The emphasis is on lateral movement as well as elevation change that can help move your head away from the threat. 10m
Surviving and Thriving Behind the Badge Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith talks with Dr. Olivia Johnson, Founder/President, Blue Wall of Silence about how officers can not only survive, but thrive behind the badge. 10m
Surviving Hidden Weapons Captain Steve Johnson discusses the importance of continuing your training and staying up to date on the current trends of hidden compartments in seemingly everyday items. 15m
Tactical Communications Applied to Email E-mail has changed the way we communicate with each other on the job and in our private lives.  In this segment, Gary Klugiewicz looks at some ways to improve your e-mail communications while minimizing the chance of being misunderstood. 10m
Tactical Communications: On The Street In this video, Steve Lettic discusses Tactical Social Interaction for officers and gives ideas for how officers can apply the concept on the street. 10m
Tactical Methods in SWAT Training Buck Revell explains how tactical methods are being forced to the patrol level. 15m
Tactical Patrol Techniques Rick McCann discusses the importance to being well trained and in the proper mindset when it comes to being the first to respond to a scene. 5m
Tactical Preparation Rick McCann outlines the best ways to stay alert and informed while on patrol duty. 10m
Tactical Reloads John McGregor of Sig Sauer Academy discusses the most effective technique for a tactical reload. This technique focuses on minimizing the amount of time and effort while reloading and getting your gun back to full capacity. 5m
Tactical Tools To Use On Dangerous Dogs Doug Wyllie speaks with Sue Weaver about what kind of tools to use on dangerous dogs. 10m
Tactics for Single Officer after Deployment of TASER After watching this video, the student will be able to demonstrate how a single officer can control a subject and maintain control of the TASER after … 5m
Take Action and Take Control In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, reviews and discusses a situation involving a possible DUI traffic stop where the suspect presents a gun upon the officer’ss interaction with him. 10m
Task Specific Obstacle Course for Police Fitness Fitness Trainer Kathy Vonk discusses the use of obstacle courses for police fitness. 10m
The 5 Traits of a Successful Drug Interdiction Officer In this segment, Lt. Andrew Hawkes talks about the five character traits that make drug interdiction officers successful. Hawkes puts the focus on vigilance, relentlessness, integrity, passion, and a competitive spirit. 10m
The Aging Warrior Doug Wyllie Police One Editor in Chief discusses the concept of the Aging Warrior with Coach Bob Lindsey from Verbal Defense and Influence including the importance of achieving balance physically and spiritually. 10m
The Art of Asking Questions In this segment, Gary Klugiewicz provides viewers with food for thought on the art of asking, rather than giving commands, to gain strategic access to their subjects. 5m
The Art of War After watching this video, the viewer will gain a perspective into Sun Tzu’ss lessons on managing conflict in both their career and personal … 10m
The Balanced Warrior Dave Smith, Law Enforcement Expert, discusses the concept of “The Balanced Warrior” which includes four areas of wellness: Spiritual, Mental, Physical and Emotional, with Dr. Olivia Johnson, President/Founder, Blue Wall of Silence. 10m
The Changing Face of Corrections Jerry Elliott, Retired Captain of the Wisconsin DOC, talks to PoliceOneTV’s Dave Smith about the changes he has seen throughout the years in corrections. 10m
The Complexities of Patrolling College Campuses In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, talks with Michael Glaubach about the complexities of patrolling college campuses primarily due to federal mandates included in the Clery Act and Title 9.  The Clery Act and Title 9 are over and above local criminal statutes and they sometimes conflict. 15m
The Criminal Investigation Division of the EPA Doug Wyllie of Police One interviews Special Agent Scott Adair of the Environmental Protection Agency about the agencys Criminal Investigation Division. This division consists of federal agents who have specialized training and knowledge to detect, investigate and deter environmental crime. 15m
The Day I Put a Gun to my Head Dave Smith, Law Enforcement Expert, talks with Duane Wolfe, Trainer, Alexandria Technical College about the subject of officer suicide and the difficulties associated with the topic. 10m
The Edmond Way III “Domestic Call” The Edmond Way III “Domestic Call” 10m
The First Phases of a Handgun Takeaway In this video, Tony Lambraia of Phoenix RBT Solutions describes the first phases of a handgun takeaway. Lambraia explains that while handgun takeaway drills are an essential part of any police officer’ss training, there are several signs that a subject may make a move for a weapon before he/she actually does. Learning these first phases is critical for officer safety, hopefully preventing an officer from ever having to use a handgun takeaway technique. 10m
The Importance of Maintaining Good Eye Health In this segment, Doug Wyllie and Travis Yates discuss the importance of maintaining good eyesight conditioning for nighttime driving. Yates outlines a few simple techniques for scanning the environment and training your eyes to look ahead in an effort to avoid hazards and stay safe on the road. 10m
The Increasing Dangers to Officers Chief Jeff Chudwin talks about the increasing dangers officers are facing on the streets. 5m
The Latest on US Border Threats Betsy Brantner Smith and Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez Jr. discuss the current complexities involving current US/Mexico border relations. 10m
The Legacy of the Lakewood Four This memorial video marks the solemn anniversary of four law enforcers who were tragically ambushed by a parolee at a coffee shop in Lakewood, Washington. 20m
The Misuse of Miranda Rights In this video, Jon Turbett discusses the legal and investigative implications of the misuse of the Miranda warning. While not Mirandizing a subject may lead to problems, the overuse of Miranda rights may also create negative consequences during the course of an investigation. Turbett explains the concept of custody, as well. 5m
The Patrol Officer and Islamic Terrorist Threat Betsy Brantner-Smith and Steven Emerson discuss the increasing threat of Islamic Terrorism. Emerson offers suggestions for local law enforcement on their role in identifying indicators and interviewing informants. 15m
The Process to Wellness In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, interviews Mark Sherwood about his four pillars of wellness officers can use in a minimal amount of time each week to assist them in the process of wellness. 15m
The Pursuit of Total Wellness In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, discusses the pursuit of total wellness with Mark Sherwood, including four specific areas of total wellness everyone shares. 15m
The Rise of Cyber Crime In this segment, Betsy Brantner-Smith and Richard Baich discuss trends in cyber crime and review the best methods for investigating cases. Baich provides good advice for officers, who may need to brush-up on the latest technology and reference to online law enforcement resources. 10m
The Role Social Media Should Play in your Department Police One Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie talks with Mickey Osterreicher about the role social media should play in your Department. Both benefits and potential detriments are discussed. 10m
The Science Behind Arrest Related Deaths In this video, Dr. Darrell L. Ross discusses the science behind explaining the reality of the number of arrest-related deaths.  He also relates commonly held beliefs which are not valid concerning three fronts related to this issue. 15m
The Security Concept Samuel Bashan of Homeland Security Network discusses his Security Concept and how officers can use it to identify terrorists. 10m
The Strategy of How to Apologize Doug Wyllie Police One Editor in Chief interviews Matt Stiehm about using the Strategy of How to Apologize and relates the effect of an apology to various law enforcement situations. 5m
The Use of De-Escalation Tactics When Responding to a Crisis Call Doug Wyllie Police One Editor in Chief interviews Pat Doyle about the use of de escalation tactics when responding to crisis calls. 5m
The Use of Expert Witnesses This segment explores the use of expert witnesses. 15m
The Value of Carrying a Tourniquet Doug Wyllie Police One Editor in Chief interviews Van Postell about the importance of having tourniquets readily available to officers. 10m
Top 10 Mistakes Rookies Make In this segment, Andrew Hawkes describes the top ten mistakes drug interdiction officers typically make when stopping a potential suspect. Hawkes reviews the importance of listening, recognizing body language, analyzing the vehicle, and recognizing when the dope is not likely there. 15m
Tourniquet Application for LEOs In this video tactical tip, Van Postell discusses and demonstrates the application of the SOF-T (Special Operations Forces Tourniquet) for officers who have had a severe-bleeding injury to an extremity. 5m
Train the Trainer for Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors Betsy Smith talks with firearms instructor and retired FBI agent Cathy Schroeder, who has some advice for trainers in a day where money and time are sparse. 5m
Training at the Speed of Life Ken Murray, author of “Training at the Speed of Life,” discusses all aspects of reality-based training.  Topics include philosophy, methodology, learning styles, safety, equipment, debriefing, and how to construct and run training scenarios. 10m
Training on a Budget In this video, Lt. Blaine Gunkel of the Washington State Patrol gives you specific ideas on how to deliver high-quality, effective training with limited resources. 10m
Training Teachers to Respond to Active Shooter Incidents In this video, Doug Wyllie, Police One Editor in Chief, interviews Lt. Tim Troxel about how to properly instruct and equip our teachers to respond to a threat in their schools.  Lt. Troxel explains components of a program officers may want to use to set up training for teachers to be prepared for an active threat situation in their jurisdictions. 15m
Training to Shoot After Falling Chris Jaekl of the New Berlin PD demonstrates an important drill that teaches you how to shoot after falling. 10m
Trends in Juvenile Crime Mike Perez talks to Betsy Brantner Smith about recent trends in juvenile crime. 15m
Trespassing Rick McCann of Private Officer International defines trespassing and discusses various appropriate responses based on the situation. 10m
Trigger Control In this video, Ron Avery of the Practical Shooting Academy discusses the “heart of shooting” – trigger control.  Avery delves into the two principles of trigger control and how these principles work together to improve the control you have over your firearm 5m
Trigger Pull Dry-Fire Drill In this Tactical Tip, Betsy Brantner Smith and J.C. Corbett of the Sig Sauer Academy demonstrate how to do a simple drill to help improve your shot. 5m
Trusting Your Instincts After watching this video, you will be able to discuss at least four things to think about when responding to a situation that gives you a bad feeling.  You will also be able to list at least two trainings that could benefit you when responding to this type of call. 10m
Unconditional Respect In this video, Phil Carlson discusses the concept of Unconditional Respect which police officers can use in dealing with their community. 10m
Unconventional use of deadly force Gary Klugiewicz talks about some of the weapons and techniques readily at hand which can be used to apply deadly force in a sudden-assault scenario. 5m
Understanding Ambush Points In this video, Law Enforcement Expert, Dave Smith, discusses understanding ambush points by reviewing an incident where an attempted robbery suspect tries to set up an ambush on responding officers. 10m
Universal Evasion vs. Common Attacks In this video tactical tip, Peter Hetrick discusses and demonstrates another way to think about getting offline for a variety of types of attack. 15m
US Marshals Service Overview John Clark outlines the US Marshals Service’s top mission of apprehending fugitives, implementation of the Adam Walsh Act, and involvement with Women in Federal Law enforcement, including a recent recruiting initiative. 10m
Use of Force for Security Rick McCann reviews the use of force that is within an officers rights and how to determine which is appropriate. 10m
Use of Force in Schools by Non-Sworn Personnel Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief discusses the Use of Force by Non-Sworn Personnel with Matt Stiehm. 10m
Using Competition as a Training Tool Kathy Vonk expains how to use competition as a training tool. 20m
Using Heart Rate Monitors in Police Fitness Training Fitness Instructor Kathy Vonk explains how to use a heart rate monitor in police fitness training. 10m
Using Reactionary Drills in Your Fitness Routine Fitness Trainer Kathy Vonk discusses reactionary drills in fitness training. 10m
Using Technology to Your Advantage Betsy Brantner-Smith asks officers to consider how they use computers, including visiting websites, social networking, sending emails and texts, etc. Brantner reminds officers to be mindful and use common sense when using technology. 5m
Using the element of surprise in training drills In this video tactical tip, Tony Lambraia with demonstration partner Joe Overstreet  shares some thoughts on how to simulate in your training exercises and drills the real surprise you would experience during a sudden attack. After all, if you’sre in the matroom, attending your defensive tactics or other in service training, you already know that an opponent is going to attack you! 10m
Using the Safety on Your Primary Weapon Failure to use your weapon’s safety mechanism, during training or “on the job” can lead to accidental injuries or possibly even death.  In this video, Kyle Lamb discusses how to prevent injuries through safe training practices. 5m
Using Vehicles for Cover Betsy Brantner-Smith talks with Senior Sig Sauer Academy Instructor J.C. Corbett about how (and how not to) use your vehicle for cover during a potential firefight, including some common pitfalls. 5m
Vandalism Investigation for Patrol Dave Smith discusses better ways to investigate vandalism when working in patrol. 5m
Verbal Abuse Deflectors It is often too easy to overreact as the target of verbal abuse. Gary Klugiwicz reviews five kinds of deflectors to neutralize the situation. Viewers will get some guidance on using funny deflectors, serious deflectors, polite-threat deflectors, as well as mobilizing the audience and taking emergency time-outs. 5m
Verbal De-escalation Skills In this segment, Dave Smith interviews Kevin Dillon regarding the importance of having good verbal skills.  Kevin says that when you treat people with respect, it comes back to you two-fold.  This can not only help an officer improve public relations, it can even increase officer safety. 10m
Violent EPA Criminals In this video, Doug Wyllie, Police One Editor in Chief and Martin Schwartz, EPA National Use of Force Coordinator discuss the apprehension of a violent EPA criminal. 5m
Weapon Defense Training with Airsoft Weapons Gary Monreal reinforces the benefits of using Airsoft guns to practice for emergency situations. 10m
Wellness Program for LEOs In this video, Doug Wyllie chats with Brian Willis about one of life’s most powerful questions: what’s important now? Willis discusses the concept behind this question and explains how officers can use it in everyday life. 5m
West Memphis Murders On May 20, 2010 two veteran officers with the West Memphis, Arkansas Police Department were shot and killed by a father-son team sporting automatic assault weapons. 5m
What Makes a Good Mentor in Law Enforcement Betsy Brantner Smith talks to Beverly Price about what makes a good mentor in law enforcement. 5m
What Would You Do on Route 66  Runaway What Would You Do on Route 66  Runaway 10m
What would you do? Domestic violence – Boyfriend abusing his girlfriend in public What would you do? Domestic violence – Boyfriend abusing his girlfriend in public 10m
What’s Important Now In this video, Doug Wyllie chats with Brian Willis about one of life’s most powerful questions: what’s important now? Willis discusses the concept behind this question and explains how officers can use it in everyday life. 5m
Why Are We Using Prisons To Treat Mental Illness Why Are We Using Prisons to Treat Mental Illness 10m
Why Communication is Key in Police Pursuits In this video, law enforcement expert, Dave Smith, examines footage of multiple police pursuits that emphasize the importance of communication in order to maintain control during these unpredictable and dangerous situations. 15m
Why Searching and Frisking a Subject is Crucial In this video, Law enforcement expert Dave Smith issues a stark reminder of how important it is that officers conduct thorough frisks and searches. 10m
Winning a Confrontation After You’re Hurt Dave Smith reviews an exemplary officer involved shooting in which the officer was struck by gunfire twice in the leg by a suspect and continued the fight. 10m
Winterize Yourself for Patrol Dave Smith reminds officers to prepare for cold weather by properly dressing and training in winter attire. Smith reminds officers to ensure that they have easy access to their tools. 5m
Women in Corrections Dr. Laura Bedard, one of Florida’ss leading correctional authorities, shares insight on the increasing role of women in corrections. 15m
Women in Law Enforcement: Advice from a Trailblazer Betsy Brantner-Smith and Debbie Gardner discuss the challenges of recruiting and retaining young women in law enforcement. 15m
Working out, on the road and at home LT. Dan Marcou, La Crosse PD, ret, explains and demonstrates portions of an easily replicated workout he uses both at home and when traveling. 5m
Workplace Violence Rick McCann discusses staying alert and involved in the happening of a workplace that you patrol. Before it reaches a boiling point, there are often signs of ongoing issues. 10m
Yoga for First Responders 1 In this video, Traci Ciepiela describes how tactical yoga is done and discusses its benefits to officers. 10m
Yoga for First Responders 2 In this video, Traci Ciepiela displays several different tools and how you can use them to help get rid of common pain associated with yoga, working out and tension. 10m
Yoga for First Responders 3 In this video, Traci Ciepiela discusses the concept and benefit of Shavasana and meditation in yoga. 10m
Your Edged Weapon Can Save Your Life After watching this video, you will have a better understanding of how your own edged weapon might be used to save your life. With proper training, an edged weapon could be your best defense in close-quarters combat. 10m