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June 15, 2021 | View as webpage
Dear Police1 Member,

The past year has seen several violent ambush attacks on officers, police vehicles and stationhouses. 

In September 2020, two Los Angeles deputies were shot and critically wounded after a gunman approached their vehicle and started firing at the officers. In October 2020, two officers were ambushed in New Orleans by a man in a pedicab, one officer was shot in the face. And in February 2021, a gunman used a doorbell camera to ambush and kill two FBI agents. 

In a recent Police1 webinar, Chief Terry Nichols outlined how to use current trends in police ambushes to inform police training and strategies. Click here to watch the webinar on-demand.  

Stay safe,

— The Police1 Team
 
FIREARMS TRAINING, GEAR
A weekend of firearms instruction by John Hearne cannot be missed
By Warren Wilson 
Hearne has done an amazing amount of research into the brain and how it works under stress
How an effective SWAT firearms instructor tailors training
By Paul Gregory 
Certain training tenets work well for training academy cadets — or even seasoned patrol officers — but may not work quite as well when training SWAT officers
The argument for the modular police sniper rifle
By Mike Wood 
Police sniper teams are better equipped with a rifle that can field two different calibers to meet the demands of increased overwatch assignments and conventional SWAT operations
CRITICAL DECISION-MAKING
Incorporating the ‘tenth man’ concept into critical decision-making
By James Dudley 
An independent examination of intelligence should be considered in planning for an event or responding to a real-time, unplanned incident
Shift Briefing Series: Tactical decision-making
By David Pearson 
Five-step model assists with making repeatable and defendable decisions
Launching the Skydio X2 for SWAT
The breakthrough artificial intelligence and autonomy engine built into every Skydio drone turns any pilot into an expert, allowing officers to focus on the mission at hand.
Learn More
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