Police Officer Safety Association
Free Video Training Programs for Law Enforcement
with The Police Officers Safety Association (POSA)
Instructions for Viewing
POSA’s full-length Video Training Programs and Video Tips are cataloged within the VIDEO NETWORK selection bar, located to the right of the video viewer.
When choosing a multi-part program, all of the parts will populate on the horizontal scroll bar beneath the video viewer.
Associated PowerPoint Presentations, documentation and downloadable versions of the video files are also available in the “DOWNLOADS” column below.
- Basic Crisis Entry
- Basic Tactical Shotgun
- Bomb Response
- Chemical Assisted Suicides
- Close Quarters Shooting
- Dealing with Line of Duty Deaths
- Defensive Snub Revolver
- Empty Hand Knife Defense
- Firearms Disarming & Retention
- Force On Force Instructor
- Hostage & Suicide Instances
- Indoor Marijuana Grows
- Initial Response to HAZMAT Inscidents
- Meth Labs
- Tactical Knife Skills
- Terrorism Awareness
- TIPS - Defensive Tactics
- TIPS - Emergency Guide
- TIPS - Forced Entry
- TIPS - Handcuffing
- TIPS - Shooting
- TIPS - Training
- Vehicle Fires
- When A Child Dies
- When To Seek Therapy
POSA's mission is to increase the safety and effectiveness of law enforcement officers and to enhance the security of our communities by offering free and low-cost advanced education and training to law enforcement officers.
While each agency and department offers good training for new and curent officers, training budgets are limited. Additional training will make our law enforcement officers and communities safe.
The Police Officers Safety Association (www.posai.org is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
To learn more about POSA visit www.posai.org
Police Officers Safety Association, Inc.
PO Box 685
Chepachet, RI 02814
David Kenik, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
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