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Trolley Square [electronic resource]: The Night When Rapid Response Worked

When a man walks into a Utah mall and opens fire on shoppers, an off-duty officer takes action, holding the gunman in place until Salt Lake City officers arrive.
Online
2007
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Georgia Officer Shot in Face Returns Fire [electronic resource]

A Georgia officer shot in the face is able, amazingly, to return fire after keeping his subject from getting his backup gun.
Online
2007
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Drug and Terror-Related Traffic Stops [electronic resource]

Mike Lewis, retired Maryland state trooper who then became sheriff of Wicomico County, takes us step by step through effective interdiction stops, legal and officer safety considerations, and effective case documentation and presentation.
Online
2008
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Drug Concealment Spots [electronic resource]

Hidden compartments, known as traps, and their contents are limited only by the imaginations of those who transport contraband. In this program, retired Maryland trooper Mike Lewis; Fairview Heights, Illinois, police chief Ed Delmore; and agent Chris Utley from the 21st Judicial District Drug Task Force, Tennessee, demonstrate these hiding places and their contents, discovered in traffic stops on U.S. interstate highways.
Online
2008
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Textbook Traffic Stops [electronic resource]

Some of the most important arrests an officer will make begin with a traffic violation. It's essential for an officer to know the traffic code in his or her jurisdiction and the best practices for conducting such stops to make each encounter as safe and professional as possible.
Online
2008
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Drug Recognition Experts [electronic resource]

Begun by the Los Angeles Police Department in the 1970s, the drug recognition expert, or DRE, program takes the laboratory to the streets. Such specially trained DRE law enforcement professionals can identify chemical and medical causes for impaired driving, and they are improving their departments' legal cases in the process.
Online
2008
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Missouri Cops in Courtroom Battle [electronic resource]

A battle in a courtroom of Battle Creek, Missouri, ensues when a newly sentenced killer turns on the nearest deputy, going for his duty weapon and apparently attempting "suicide by cop." Several deputies respond, putting their Tasers to use and stopping the threat.
Online
2008
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Forensic Death Investigations [electronic resource]: What Every Officer Should Know

Most law enforcement professional will encounter at least one death scene in the course of their careers. Actions taken upon arrival on the scene will affect the investigation of the case, and likely the prosecution as well. This program teaches the basics every patrol officer should know about death scene preservation and information collection.
Online
2008
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Cops and Hazardous Materials [electronic resource]: What Every Officer Should Know

Whether it's ricin in a Las Vegas hotel, anthrax in a D.C. post office, rolling meth labs in upstate New York, or a huge chlorine explosion in downstate Missouri, cops are usually the first responders to these scenes. And because of that, they need to know what precautions to take to keep themselves and the surrounding area safe.
Online
2009
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EVOC - Police Driving: Part 1 [electronic resource]

This program takes a look at the topic of deadly driving. Every year, law enforcement officers are killed or severely injured needlessly because of unsafe practices behind the wheel. With the aid of an emergency vehicle operator course, or EVOC, we will discuss the elements that go into safe driving and vehicle maintenance and will also consider when pursuits become too dangerous.
Online
2009
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EVOC - Police Driving: Part 2 [electronic resource]

This second part of EVOC - Police Driving covers additional concepts and techniques for safe driving through an emergency vehicle operator course, or EVOC. Since operating a motor vehicle is something street officers do with great regularity, it makes good sense to ensure that safe driving techniques are regularly practiced and updated.
Online
2009