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Officers are continuously refining their defensive tactics, firearms training, and scenario-based responses with the methods and tools of law enforcement training.

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Child's Play: What I Learned at ILEETA 2019

In police training, we have basically the same problems as those presented by these "toys" of my...

特黄特色的大片观看免费视频During ILEETA 2019, we talked about family and friends—some of whom we've said goodbye to this year. We shared tears of sorrow, hugs of support, kisses on the cheek, and moments of uproarious laughter.

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Officer Safety Training Tip: Defeating the Clinch

Officer Safety Training Tip: Defeating the Clinch

In the fourth edition of Police's Defensive Tactics Training videos, the instructors at the Lab MMA Training Center in Glendale, Ariz., demonstrate strikes and counters that can be used at extremely close range in order to stop attacks and take suspects into custody.

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Officer Safety Training Tip: Using Push Kicks

Officer Safety Training Tip: Using Push Kicks

特黄特色的大片观看免费视频POLICE Magazine has teamed up with The MMA Lab in Glendale, Ariz., to offer a series of training videos demonstrating defensive tactics officers may need to use. Videos feature veteran officer Ron Dorfman and instructors John Crouch and Adam Gillespey demonstrating the techniques.

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Contacting the Hearing Impaired

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特黄特色的大片观看免费视频As a patrol officer, you must provide the same level of service to deaf subjects that you would to others. Stay on track with our five-step guide.

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Low-Cost Training Options for Smaller Agencies

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特黄特色的大片观看免费视频A small town with a limited public safety budget can't be expected to operate at the same level as a major metropolitan department with a budget in the millions, right? This assumption may no longer be true.

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Self Study Helps You Rise Up the Ranks

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Many officers focus on what's important to them in their current assignment, or ask why they should take courses they will never use. If you're seeking command positions, you'll have to supervise specialties where you have limited, if any, practical working knowledge.