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The Georgia Police Officer Training and Standards Council voted to increase training for new LEOs, adding topics such as election security, crisis intervention and extremist groups
The new legislation encourages a change in testing methods and adds new recruiting staff members with the goal of responding to applicants faster
“LETC represents an extraordinary opportunity for officers to not only refine their skills under the guidance of leading experts but also to exchange knowledge and practices with peers nationwide,” said Mike Birch, CEO of Action Target
The 2023 law set aside money to expedite training for Washington State Patrol recruits who are already certified law enforcement officers
The virtual event is designed to identify strategies for combatting dangerous and wasteful practice of placing fake 911 calls to elicit an emergency response
Twenty-three candidates will be given the opportunity to take a new psychological test as the city reviews the evaluation process to ensure fairness
The survey looks at three key areas: opportunity and competition, law enforcement training requirements, and job hazards and protections
“Trooper [Marcellus E.] Bethea...embodied Honor, Duty, and Fidelity in its highest form every day and in everything he did,” Gov. Phil Murphy stated
“[The program] serves as a bridge between the individual skills acquired in the military and the opportunities awaiting them in the civilian workforce,” said Major General Shawn Manke , Minnesota National Guard adjutant general
Recruits learned crucial signs for words like “interpreter,” “cop,” “ambulance” and “help,” practicing these scenarios with volunteers
As part of a federal settlement, the monitor will oversee pared-down requirements that will allow the city of Portland to concentrate on police accountability and officer use of force
The officer is expected to fully recover and there was “no reason to believe [the shooting] was anything but accidental,” according to the Pinecrest Police Department
The term has been banned from police officer and EMS training except to describe its historical usage
Dive into an eye-opening exploration of how physical fitness isn’t just a benefit — it’s a necessity for law enforcement. Part of First Responder Wellness Week
The curriculum addresses topics such as de-escalating and managing psychedelic crises
Police department chiefs and sheriffs have been given broad discretion in how to use the funds; some planned uses include adding body camera programs, purchasing new cruisers and updating training
The V-Armed training has been in use at the department since 2022, and trains officers in situations surrounding de-escalation, mental health and use of force
Dr. Kenji Inaba’s training helps officers on the field treat gunshot wounds and other injuries; officers in the metropolitan division undergo medical training drills every four weeks
Mexico City police training up to 40 officers per day in groups of up to 10 simultaneously with the virtual reality training system
“I’m glad that I was at the right place at the right time. Like I said, that’s what we’re here to do,” Officer Chad Stevens said. “It’s different every day. It keeps you on your toes”
“If this individual or individuals are not stopped soon, they are likely to cost someone their life,” Atlanta PD Chief Darin Schierbaum said
“Cadets” will document an academy class’s six-month training journey; it will be released on Jan. 17
The program requires officers to learn about emotional regulation and basic brain science, using video-based learning to explore the relationship between thoughts, feelings and actions
Product will be showcased at the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training event in late November
Jordan Steinke was found guilty of reckless endangerment and assault for the Sept. 16, 2022, crash