Communication is a two way street; if you're not doing your part, the one way street leads to a dead end.
Fmr. Police Sgt. Keith Wenzel trained Dallas police officers on responding to situations similar to the shooting of a mentally-ill man.
We have to project a professional presence without making people feel like we're unapproachable.
Have you ever dealt with a compliant subject only to find out that the subject wasn't actually compliant?
In a conflict situation, having your OODA Loop lock up means a lack of efficient action or even a fast loss.
Do you remember your training in the Basic Academy about edged weapons defense?
Lt. Dave Smith (ret.) talks about the need to pay attention to the signs given by a person's body.
Learn about the importance not getting sucked into Contact when your assigned position is Cover!
JD "Buck" Savage (Lt. Dave Smith, ret.) talks about the dangers and common mistakes of traffic stops.
Sgt. Betsy Brantner-Smith (ret) talks about the language we use and of "plain speech."
Instructor Richard Nance and Editor Frank Borelli discuss the value of realistic training weapons.
Instructor Richard Nance and Editor Frank Borelli discuss how to handle found weapons while by yourself.
Lt. Dave Smith (ret), aka JD Buck Savage discusses, emotional survival in the law enforcement profession.
An audience and panel is asked they would use deadly force while shown a simulation.
Lt. Dave Smith (ret), aka JD "Buck" Savage, talks about handcuffing and the risks of doing it wrong.
More departments are ordering officers to train on how to interact with those with autism.
Sgt. Betsy Brantner-Smith (ret) talks about the affects of aging on law enforcement professionals.
Watch and listen as Cellebrite’s global director of training, Buddy Tidwell demonstrates how you can complete Cellebrite certification training courses directly via the Cellebrite Learning Center.
Lt. Dave Smith (Ret), aka "JD Buck Savage," discusses the need to breathe through stressful situations.
Hundreds packed into the Valencia Ballroom at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
Attendees talk about what they enjoy most about attending the annual IACP Conference.
Hundreds gathered in the Valencia Ballroom take part in the Opening Ceremony of IACP 2014.
IACP President Yousry “Yost” Zakhary talks about improving response to people with mental illness.
Sgt. Betsy Brantner-Smith (ret) discusses the need to complete a proper and thorough search.
The system can be deployed as a fully networked, wireless upload solution or as a stand-alone.