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1.

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
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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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Poise Under Pressure [electronic resource]

In this program, a black Texas deputy is profaned during a traffic stop. We will discuss valuable lessons learned on maintaining professionalism and poise under pressure.
Online
2006
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Groundfighting for Female/Small Officers [electronic resource]

It happens every day: smaller officers, many of them female, are confronted by much larger subjects. It doesn't have to be a disadvantage - and likely won't be for anyone trained by this highly instructive video. Herb Hood, one of the most respected groundfighting instructors in the country, offers groundfighting tactics appropriate especially for smaller officers, but which all officers can use.
Online
2006
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Alabama Officer in Chase and Shootout Without Backup [electronic resource]

In this program - one of the most dramatic training videos for law enforcement ever produced - a Mobile, Alabama, officer displays extraordinary courage and tenacity when he is involved in three separate gunfights during a pursuit, entirely caught on tape. The video features an in-depth interview with the officer and expert analysis with lessons learned.
Online
2006
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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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Shreveport Officers Kill Cell Phone Wielder [electronic resource]

Months after this incident in Shreveport, Louisiana, it was still generating conversation. Imagine yourself chasing a suspect who turns and points what appears to be a gun at you. You fire. The "gun" turns out to be a cell phone. You can imagine the outcry. This program shows the lessons learned.
Online
2006
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Weapons Retention [electronic resource]

As one of the nation's premiere law enforcement trainers, Herb Hood provides complete and thorough training for his newly developed and easy-to-learn weapons retention system. This is a must-see and potential lifesaver for any officer working the street.
Online
2004
11.

Hospital Security [electronic resource]

When a criminal is hurt, injured, or wounded, he/she must receive proper treatment. However, the security challenges for law enforcement can be innumerable.
Online
2005
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Strip Searches [electronic resource]

One of the most distasteful and dangerous yet absolutely necessary procedures some officers must undertake is the strip search. In this pioneering program, you'll learn how corrections officers at a major prison conduct a proper, safe, and thorough strip search.
Online
2004
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Missed Patdown Results in Horror Story [electronic resource]

San Bernardino, California, municipal and county officers made a fatal mistake - which could have proved even more deadly - when they arrested a man accused of shooting an officer and in a patdown missed a gun hidden his waistband. Tragically, the man pulled the gun in a holding cell and committed suicide. Though no one else was hurt, the armed man could have also shot an officer. Important lessons are learned here.
Online
2005
14.

The Michelle Jeter Beating [electronic resource]

Texas female officer Michelle Jeter was nearly beaten to death during a traffic stop. This first-ever in-depth interview with Officer Jeter provides an invaluable training.
Online
2006
15.

What Dogs Tell Cops [electronic resource]

Within a period of less than a year, two Tennessee officers put down dogs in separate and unrelated incidents. This led to a national outcry and the demand for officers to better understand animal behavior. This program is designed to provide officers with that kind of understanding as well as useful information to help them in case of dog attacks.
Online
2005
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A Cop's Lifesaver [electronic resource]: Passenger-Side Approach

Law enforcement officers all over the country are changing their approach and methodology as a result of this video. We explore the whys and wherefores of the passenger-side approach with dramatic evidence of how it saved one officer's life.
Online
2005
17.

Knives Can Kill You - Fast [electronic resource]

In this extremely important training program for officers, a world-leading law enforcement expert teaches how to survive a knife attack or assault. The program provides step-by-step training.
Online
2004
18.

Missouri Cop Street Smarts Nail Twin Killers [electronic resource]

A young man and his sister were en route to Las Vegas after killing their mother and grandparents in Indianapolis. Traveling over the speed limit in Missouri, they were stopped by a deputy. His alert questioning produced indicator after indicator that something was wrong. Roadside cooperation with Indiana officers and professional questioning soon brought a confession and arrests.
Online
2005
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Facing Disaster: Part 2 [electronic resource]

Any community can face disaster in the form of a vicious storm, an accidental calamity, and potentially even a terrorist attack. This second of the two-part training series focuses on preplanning for and response to both a terror attack, possibly involving weapons of mass destruction, and a catastrophic accident.
Online
2005
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Interrogation Techniques on the Street and at HQ [electronic resource]

Proper questioning can be a key ingredient in solving crimes and providing evidence for conviction. This program delivers vital information for both the patrol officer interrogating a subject at the scene and the detective back at headquarters. Cases are made and broken through the interrogation process. Learn the proper techniques from experts.
Online
2006