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April 19, 2022 | View as webpage | Too many emails? Update Subscription Preferences

Dear Police1 Member,  

Although briefly covered in the police academy, many officers do not receive additional medical training until much later in their careers. The common practice of skills training without analyzing how critical decisions are made produces poor retention and may create training "scars" that can lead to bad outcomes.  

Click here to view Police1's on-demand webinar on the evolution of officer-down training to gain a deeper understanding of innate decision-making processes during the delivery of tactical medical care.  

Stay safe, 

The Police1 Team 
 

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