07/23/2013 - K-9 Summer Safety Tips
How to keep your partner cool & safe during hot & humid weather
07/18/2013 - How To Write Better Police Reports
Thorough and accurate report writing can save your career and bolster your reputation as an honest officer.
03/01/2013 - The Necessary Truths about Police Safety
Insights into developing a culture of safety and wellness
12/2012 - Vigilance Fatigue in Policing
A Critical Threat to Public Safety and Officer Well-Being
11/14/2012 - Survival mindset: What it really means to be a tough character
The formula of dedication combined with flexibility is what maximizes mental toughness and the survival mindset
11/05/2012 - Classification – The Engine That Makes Correctional Facilities Go
An effective classification process is the key to ensuring the safety of corrections professionals and inmates.
10/12/12 - Professional courtesy: The badge on the uniform trumps the badge in the wallet
This is something to be given by the off-duty officer to an on-duty officer, not the other way around
07/01/202 - EMS Response to Active-Shooter Incidents
How EMS can train to respond to these inevitable unfortunate incidents
06/27/2012 - Patterns of behavior, officer safety, and 'the rule of opposites'
Part One: We recognize opposites — day as compared to night, happy compared to sad, failure versus success, peace as opposed to war, and safety counter to danger
06/12/2012 - Decision-Making Traps
Learn how to evaluate your options so you can avoid pitfalls and choose wisely in every situation.
06/11/2012 - What's the difference between 'offensive' and 'defensive' shooting?
When trained thoroughly, mentally, physically, and visually in true reactive shooting, there is no difference between 'offensive' and 'defensive' shooting
06/06/2012 - Five Things That Can Get You Killed or Sued
Thinking things through and taking just a little care can save you a world of hurt.
05/17/2012 - FEMA 2012 National Preparedness Report
In early May, the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) and its partners—state, local, tribal, and territorial governments and private and nonprofit sector organizations, including ICMA—released the National Preparedness Report (NPR), which identifies significant progress the United States has made in the areas of emergency prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery.
05/01/2012 - Improving Officer Driving Skills
Improving and maintaining perishable driving skills is just as important as qualifying with your firearm.
05/01/2012 - When Thinking is Hard: Managing Decision Fatigue
Although decision fatigue seems to affect nearly everyone, those of us who work on an ambulance are especially vulnerable.
3/8/2012 - 6 Crucial Contacts When Planning Event Security
Tap into these six non law enforcement resources, so you're event runs smoothly.