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Domestic Violence [electronic resource]: The Response

In this program, we look at the subject of domestic violence. A South Dakota teenager attacked his family, killing his mother and injuring his sister. We will review how officers responded to this incident and cover the many dangers of responding to domestic violence calls.
Online
2010
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Amber Alert Pursuit by Collinsville Officer [electronic resource]

In this program, a Collinsville, Illinois, officer embarks on a high-speed pursuit. The suspect is wanted for kidnapping and an Amber Alert has been issued. The chase covers two states before ending in St. Louis, Missouri. Many issues are covered in this program, including pursuit policy, safety to the public, driver awareness, and interdepartmental cooperation.
Online
2009
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Walgreen's Groundfight [electronic resource]: Officer Robert Hindi

Off-duty Nevada police officer Robert Hindi is on a shopping errand for his daughter and suddenly finds himself in a groundfight with no backup weapon. In this program, we see what tactics he used to stop a crime and save his own life.
Online
2009
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Goose Creek Chase and Shootout [electronic resource]

In this program, a Goose Creek, South Carolina, officer responds to a robbery at a gas station. Various factors come into play during his response. As the incident is not even in his jurisdiction, many different twists ensue. We will discuss all of the lessons learned.
Online
2010
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Domestic Violence [electronic resource]: The Prosecution

In this program, we discuss the elements involved in investigating and prosecuting a domestic violence case. Thorough police work can make the prosecutor's job much easier by documenting the incident with copious note-taking, use of cameras, and even audio recordings of the victim's account.
Online
2010
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Cops and Ethics [electronic resource]

This video presents ethical situations faced by real law enforcement officers, including both their positive and negative responses. It focuses on real-world situations and for each the response and the consequences. Not all of what is included here is flattering to law enforcement. By presenting a varied range of situations and outcomes, we hope to reinforce the need for ethical response.
Online
2011
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Fort Oglethorpe OIS Proves Fatal [electronic resource]

In this program, we watch as a Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, officer stops a subject with an active warrant. This stop soon turns lethal, resulting in an OIS, or officer involved in shooting incident. We will discuss the many lessons learned, covering topics such as use of lethal force, communication, and backup.
Online
2011
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Traffic Stops of Sovereign Citizens [electronic resource]

During a traffic stop in broad daylight, two officers are killed by a 16-year-old boy with an AK-47. The teen and his father were "sovereign citizens." In this program, we discuss the sovereign citizen movement and look at what happened during this traffic stop. The video concludes with an analysis of the incident and a discussion of sovereign traits and beliefs, as well as indicators to help identify this potentially dangerous group.
Online
2012
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Pitbull Fighting and Horse Abuse - What Every Officer Should Know [electronic resource]

This program examines the growing problem of pitbull fighting as well as horse abuse, discussing strategies and techniques for law enforcement to put an end to both.
Online
2011
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Groundfight in Middletown, Ohio [electronic resource]

In this program, a Middletown, Ohio, officer stops a vehicle for a suspected hit-and-run incident. The stop soon turns into a violent physical confrontation. We will explore many issues facing officers, such as knowing when to move up the force continuum, detecting signs that a suspect is getting ready to engage you physically, and reacting when your Taser doesn't work properly.
Online
2011
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South Carolina Trooper Shot [electronic resource]

In this program, a South Carolina state trooper makes a traffic stop in broad daylight at a busy gas station and is nearly shot to death. Initially, there is nothing to arouse his suspicions, yet little does the trooper know that in a few minutes he would be in a gunfight for his life. In addition to presenting the many lessons learned, the program reminds officers never to take for granted what seems to be a low-risk traffic stop.
Online
2011
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Terror - What Every Officer Should Know [electronic resource]

This program teaches the ways that officers can spot terrorist activity. We show how to recognize a range of potential weapons, including materials that can be used to make explosives. The information presented is now vital for the street officer, who has become the first line of defense in stemming the tide of terrorist activity.
Online
2011