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Increasing Active Shooter Training
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Is your department planning on increasing active shooter training in the wake of the school shooting in Connecticut? …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Johnnie McFarland Dec 17, 2012.

Holiday Season Emphasis Patrols

Is your city bolstering emphasis patrols this holiday season?Continue

Started Nov 14, 2012

Police Fatally Shoot Marine Who Ignored Stop Orders
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PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) — Police say they had no choice but to shoot and kill a Camp Pendleton Marine after he refused to pull over, drove into one officer, and tried to drive off with another…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liana Apr 5, 2013.

Keeping Fit
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What inspires you to keep physically fit? And how do you ensure that you do?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by kenneth simmons Nov 14, 2012.

 

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Training Officers Via Social Media

In tight economic times, have you considered using social media and other online forums to train officers?See More
Mar 7
Ethan Brinn replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Radar vs. Lidar
"As an instructor for both types of units here in NC, I agree with Leonard and Geoffrey. Both have their ups and downs depending on the type of location and conditions. I will say that our motor guys like the cage mounts for their LIDAR's and…"
Dec 26, 2013
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Dec 20, 2013
R A Wiley replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Duty Handgun Caliber
"I carry what's best for me, .45acp"
Dec 16, 2013
Geoffrey P. Odom replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Radar vs. Lidar
"It depends.  If I'm enforcing during heavier traffic times, then Lidar.  On midnight shift, when traffic is low, then moving or stationary radar is preferred, since I don't have to look through a reticule and lose me peripheral…"
Dec 16, 2013
Leonard J Wolons replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Radar vs. Lidar
"I agree with Wayne it depends on what type of enforcement I am doing, additionally I have had difficulty using the Lidar on my Motor."
Dec 14, 2013
Sean Taylor replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Radar vs. Lidar
"Wow, that's definitely old school!"
Dec 12, 2013
John Bideler replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Duty Handgun Caliber
"little kick and less stopping power.  Everyone loves this POS cause it will penetrate most vests."
Nov 5, 2013
Jennifer Beard replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Duty Handgun Caliber
"  I carry the FN 5 7. It shoots a 5.7X28mm round.  There is little kick with the gun and I shot 96% the first time I loaded it and went to the range.  The magazine holds 20 rounds.  I carried a Glock 22 for 15 years and…"
Nov 5, 2013
John Lee Carp replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Duty Handgun Caliber
"As the debate rages on from my last posting of 13-JUN.-13, I wish to offer something to the viewing instructors and those that follow wound ballistics and the data produced from actual LE shootings. All or most of us have access to YouTube…"
Oct 29, 2013
Pantelis KALAPOTHAKIS replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Duty Handgun Caliber
""What caliber is the best choice for a law enforcement duty handgun?" .  Now that's what I call a rhetorical  Question.  If there was an ideal police caliber (or two, or three), I guess we all would be forced by law to…"
Oct 29, 2013
John Bideler replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Duty Handgun Caliber
"Someone is reputed to have asked a Texas Ranger why he carried a .45. The response was "cause they don't make a .46"."
Oct 26, 2013
John Booth replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Duty Handgun Caliber
"Lt; I agree with you on "knockdown power"; that's a myth stemming from the engagement in the Phillipines between our Marines back in 1899 and the Morro warrior's, which subsequently hastened the development of the…"
Oct 25, 2013
Thomas B. McMurray replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Duty Handgun Caliber
"I am a retired Military Firearms Instructor of 38 years and an NRA Law enforcement instructor of 25 + years. I have trained the active duty military on .45,.9mm, and .40. I have trained undercover agents on  .38, .380 walther,.357 sig,and as…"
Oct 23, 2013
Lt. Chuck Haggard replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Duty Handgun Caliber
"The complete lack of understanding of wound ballistics, as displayed in some of the posts on this page, is really sad.   NO handgun has "knockdown power".  None.   All of the service caliber handguns display almost…"
Oct 23, 2013
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Duty Handgun Caliber

What caliber is the best choice for a law enforcement duty handgun?See More
Oct 23, 2013

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Image: Plymouth Belvedere from Adam-12



Growing up, JP Molnar had a thing for the 1968, LAPD-marked Plymouth Belvederes on Adam-12. Molnar, Law Officer's resident cruiser expert and columnist, also crushed on the… Continue

Posted on May 18, 2010 at 6:30pm

ILEETA: Handgun Combatives

"If you look like prey, you will be preyed upon," said Dave Spaulding, the 2010 Trainer of the Year, during yesterday's four-hour Handgun Combatives class at the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) Conference.

The goal, he said, is to look fearless and to prevail. How do you train your officers to do…

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Posted on April 23, 2010 at 12:30pm

ILEETA: Issues of Police Use of Deadly Force

What is an LEO's great need? According to Chief Jeff Chudwin, Village of Olympia Fields (Ill.) PD, it's to move from walking the edge of the knife to creating a 10-foot path that allows for maneuver, options and choices.…

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Posted on April 23, 2010 at 11:30am

ILEETA: Off-Duty Carry & Preparedness

“I don’t think there’s anything more offensive than our officers dying on the streets,” said Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, as she opened her class at the seventh annual International Law Enforcement Trainers and Educators Association (ILEETA) Conference.

The class, titled “It Can Happen to You,” was focused on off-duty carry and preparedness.

“We must expect the unexpected,” says Smith. The only difference between being on duty and off duty is that when officers…

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Posted on April 21, 2010 at 7:39am — 3 Comments

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At 7:16pm on March 15, 2010, Dave Spaulding said…
Well...I'll accept...since its you!!!
At 5:14pm on October 24, 2012, kenneth simmons said…
I'm guilty of coffee but not free food. I would and have paid for my coffee but I don't expect anything for free.

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