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all-wheel drive squad transitional training

I just recently helped put a training class together at a local law enforcement technical college on awd Ford squads and the Ford awd SUVs. Part of the training included mounting a hard plastic skid…Continue

Started May 21, 2013

 

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all-wheel drive squad transitional training

I just recently helped put a training class together at a local law enforcement technical college on awd Ford squads and the Ford awd SUVs. Part of the training included mounting a hard plastic skid tire on the rear of the vehicles. We then ran an evasive maneuver. During the maneuver the rear wheels would break traction and the squad go into a skid. Officers found this enjoyable and valuable. The biggest thing the guys liked was how the squads reacted when the stability control, etc kicked in.…See More
May 24, 2013
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all-wheel drive squad transitional training

I just recently helped put a training class together at a local law enforcement technical college on awd Ford squads and the Ford awd SUVs. Part of the training included mounting a hard plastic skid tire on the rear of the vehicles. We then ran an evasive maneuver. During the maneuver the rear wheels would break traction and the squad go into a skid. Officers found this enjoyable and valuable. The biggest thing the guys liked was how the squads reacted when the stability control, etc kicked in.…See More
May 21, 2013
Wayne Boos replied to Shana Baldassari's discussion PIT Maneuvers
"I feel that the PIT maneuver is a great tool to have to put an end to a dangerous situation. Only trained officers are allowed to PIT. PIT can only be done at speeds of 40 mph or less (unless deadly force is justified).   A semi-related note,…"
Feb 28, 2013
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Feb 8, 2012
Wayne Boos replied to Nicole Reino's discussion Radar vs. Lidar
"I depends on the type of enforcement I am doing. For general patrol with quick and ease of use, I like radar. If I am doing specialized enforcement where numbers count, I prefer lidar."
Feb 8, 2012
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Oct 13, 2011
Wayne Boos commented on John Leas's group EVOC Instructors
"Just joined the group. Thought I'd put in my 2 cents worth. Here in Wisconsin, most of our vehicle collisions/damage occur when hitting deer. Many times these type of collisions are unavoidable, although there seems to be some officers that hit…"
Jan 12, 2011
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Jan 12, 2011
Bob Daly left a comment for Wayne Boos
"  Welcome to the website! I know you will enjoy it as much as I do. My name is Bob Daly and I'm a retired Detective from the NYPD. Since retiring I've become an avid collector of police memorabilia, patches, coins, pins, hats and just…"
Jan 12, 2011
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Jan 11, 2011

Profile Information

Primary Agency/Department Type:
County
Primary Role in Law Enforcement:
Officer/Deputy/Trooper/Ranger/Deputy Marshal/Patrolman
Rank/Title
Deputy
Primary Department/Agency Name:
Oconto County (WI) Sheriff's Dept
Years in Law Enforcement:
26
What State Do You Work In?
WI
About Me:
Department EVOC Instructor
PIT Instructor for local Technical College
Involved with local Beat The Heat chapter

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At 12:14am on January 12, 2011, Bob Daly said…
 

Welcome to the website! I know you will enjoy it as much as I do.

My name is Bob Daly and I'm a retired Detective from the NYPD.

Since retiring I've become an avid collector of police memorabilia, patches,

coins, pins, hats and just about anything at all. Could you please let me know

how I might be able to get anything from your department. I'm willing to trade or whatever.

 

Thanks!

Be Safe Out There!

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