“Thigh” or “Drop-leg” holsters, lots of people are wearing them. How many of us are wearing them because we need them and how many of us simply because…… Read more “The “Low Down” on your “Drop Down” Holster”
When assigned training dates for a required in-service training, do you look at your calendar and sigh with disappointment or do you look forward in participating? The…… Read more “Realistic Training Starts With You!”
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was…… Read more “2011 in review”
Fatal Ambushes Targeting Police Increase – News – LawOfficer.com.
Another year has just about passed us by, doesn’t seem possible does it? We have finished all of our scheduled in-service classes. We have coached hundreds of…… Read more “Christmas Wish from a Police Trainer’s Heart”
Among the everyday tasks we in Law Enforcement face, we have the Traffic Stop. By far one of the most habitual tasks performed by a patrol officer… Read more "Do your really have control of your traffic stop?"
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SEPSI – Urban Youth Violence Conference.
Assembling a blow out kit for patrol.
There are many Law Enforcement agencies throughout our country that have adopted the Combat Casualty Care concept. These agencies have acknowledged that times are somewhat diffrent and the need…… Read more “Where and How Should I Carry My Tourniquet?”