GEORGIA STATE TROOPER
A traffic stop on a Georgia interstate involves lethal force. This training
video is an outstanding example of the hazards of any traffic stop by a Tampa Juvenile using a hidden handcuff key. Also,
a refresher course on the Standing Modified Search.
Critical information for street cops in the
recognition of child abuse as first responders. Included is a debriefing from Dr. Armand Brodeur, a foremost expert in recognizing
and dealing with child abuse and in-depth information from Minneapolis Police Department's "Child Abuse" Unit. Backup features
the disassembly feature of the Beretta handgun, and also an example of how a simple comb can be used to unlock handcuffs.
Two of the largest mass traffic accidents in recent U.S. history are analyzed by the Missouri Highway
Patrol and the Virginia State Police. Vital first-time training for dealing with large-scale traffic accidents and multiple
injury incidents. “Lessons learned" in traffic reporting, accident report writing, and incident command. Backup centers
on sophisticated hiding places drug runners are using in transporting drugs by car.
LARGE VEHICLE STOP TURNS ALMOST
A sheriff's deputy makes a nighttime stop of a speeding truck driver who becomes extremely belligerent, even
though he'd been stopped a short time earlier for the same infraction. In-depth interview with the contact officer. Additionally,
complete analysis and review of this very tense situation, its outcome, and many lessons learned. Also, an excellent tutorial
by Jim Crotty of 'Strategies for Officer Survival' on the unique situations officers face stopping large vehicles. Backup
features more on sophisticated drug hiding places in vehicles.
CRIME SCENE PRESERVATION FOR STREET COPS
program promises to be an invaluable edition for police officer training. It features D. Wayne Heil, formerly a lead homicide
investigator for the Illinois State Police. Mr. Heil brings his many years of expertise to bear graphically showing street
officers the.critical first steps needed when coming onto a major crime scene. The program features explicit crime scene video
and photos with Mr. Heil explaining in detail the areas of utmost concern for officers charged with protecting crime scenes.
This is a critical
training resource for law enforcement! Backup focuses on new computer technology changing the way police
artists draw mug shots.
KEHOE BROTHERS OH SHOOT-OUT/CONCEALMENT AND COVER TUTORIAL
The first complete training
documentation ever produced dealing with the dramatic shoot-out in Ohio between law enforcement and the Kehoe brothers, known
paramilitary extremists. This will include in-depth training interviews with both officers involved and will provide the first-ever
crucial "lessons learned" and officer safety and survival tips. The complete video, of course, will be used in this tutorial
by the two officers involved in one of law enforcement's most extraordinary incidents ever caught on cruiser cam. Additionally,
a training tutorial from Jim Crotty of 'Strategies for Officer Survival' will
be included zeroing in on the critical first
moments of concealment and cover for an officer in a lethal force incident.
FRESNO, CA-MULTI-ETHNIC COMMUNITY POLICING
agencies now must deal with the dilemma of communities which have a multitude of ethnic groups and languages. In some cases
scam artists and predators have used new arrivals' lack of familiarity with U.S. law enforcement to insinuate themselves into
homes. Robbery, rape, and even murder have been the result. Now, learn how the Fresno (CA) P.D. has developed one of the nation's
most visionary community policing programs in a multi-ethnic environment. Complete detailing of how Fresno has
evolved their approach in one of the U.S.'s most ethnically-diverse cities (nearly 80 different cultures). Also featured is
the St. Louis (MO) Police Department which is dealing with one of the largest Bosnian communities in the country. Backup features
a scene from the movie “Deliverance” which is used by domestic violence expert Anne O’Dell to visualize
how male officers might better understand a female’s reluctance to tell male officers what happened during a battering,
or rape. And, a humorous interlude with “Pinky the Cat.”
SUICIDE BY COP
After deputies give chase
to a robbery suspect, he stops, exits his vehicle, and points his weapon directly at the first arriving officer. The result,
recorded dramatically by two cruiser cameras, is "suicide by cop". The program includes in-depth interviews with the
and his back-up plus details the many issues surrounding the increasingly common phenomenon known throughout law enforcement
as "suicide by cop.” A first-of-its-kind program which is a must for police officers everywhere who could easily find
in similar predicaments. Backup takes a close look at the PRIsim computer-generated firearms training system.
HIGH SPEED CHASE/HIGH SPEED CHASE TUTORIAL
A suburban Detroit police officer robs a bank and leads Warren, Michigan
officers on a high speed pursuit. His expertise in eluding the officers is analyzed in this incident completely captured on
tape. In Backup, we look at EVOC training provided by the San
Bernardino, CA Sheriff’s office.
program promises to be a critical training product for officers nationwide, even worldwide. Through in-depth interviews with
law enforcement gang experts, learn about trends in a wide variety of gang-related activity. To be included are updates on
gangs; Russian gangs; Asian gangs; and Street gangs.
ALABAMA OFFICER BEATING
An Alabama officer
is severely beaten after a subject attacks him during a nighttime traffic stop. The assault occurs as the officer attempts
to handcuff and arrest the individual for D.U.I. The incident is analyzed and critiqued from top to bottom including in-depth
interviews with the officer and his back-up. The program includes an excellent tutorial on subjects' body language which will
help all officers identify potential danger signs.
VERBAL JUDO I
It's called "martial arts for the mouth" and
is yet another weapon in the street officer's arsenal. George Thompson has a national reputation for teaching officers how
to.communicate with subjects in a manner which will maximize compliance, and minimize risk. In this program, Thompson goes
over his 5 and 8 step programs point by point and explains why and how you can be more effective in communicating on the street.
His program is a proven success and all but guarantees to upgrade your effectiveness.
VERBAL JUDO II
with Dr. George Thompson's Verbal Judo tutorial on tactical communications. Thompson says words may fail, but verbal judo
does not. In this program, we examine his pioneering technique called SAFER: what to do when words do fail. This is a must
for all street officers. In addition, we discuss heart attacks
from the cop's perspective Including the stresses that cause
heart problems, the warning signs, and treatment.
TEXAS HOSTAGE INCIDENT
A Texas D.P.S. officer is briefly held
at gunpoint after approaching a passenger during a rural traffic stop. His partner is attempting to cover the driver who had
been stopped earlier for questioning. The officer is able to break free and both he and his partner fire a volley of rounds
at the fleeing gunman. Complete coverage of this incident is provided, and it includes extremely in-depth interviews with
both officers and the many lessons that were learned. A tutorial on field interrogation is also included.
This program details the Seattle, Washington P.D.'s efforts to disarm a mental subject who was waving and flourishing
a samurai sword for hours in front of a Seattle restaurant. It details the department's efforts to disarm the subject with
verbal tactics, to beanbags, to water cannon and includes in-depth interviews with officer lethal force
from beanbags to TASERs.
EXPLOSIVE RECOGNITION FOR STREET COPS
This is a must training addition for any law
enforcement library. It includes complete explosives recognition training and information for street officers and dramatic
video of two incidents in which one officer died and another was injured after approaching unrecognized explosives. Scott
Baker the chief of arson and bomb investigations for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Prevention is the
expert. Also included are photos and video of devices used to try to confuse law enforcement which, in truth, can hide and
house lethal explosives.
Most law enforcement shooting incidents, of course, occur in low-light
or no light scenarios. With the assistance of the Fairfax County (VA) Police Department and via their new state-of-the-art
training facilities and shooting range, we'll provide the first -ever
training coverage of this most crucial aspect of
police training. Also to be included will be numerous video clips involving low-light shooting situations which have taken.place
throughout the country. It's a must training program for any law enforcement agency.
DEALING WITH METH LABS
law enforcement agencies have requested we provide a street officer's informational and training program on methamphetamine
use and lab detection. This program, therefore, will address the skyrocketing use of methamphetamines and the
problems faced by law enforcement. We also have important lessons learned from agencies at the forefront of the meth wars,
and how they're dealing with the problem. Many meth safety issues for street officers will also be addressed.
WILL TO SURVIVE
This is one of the most extraordinary training programs In the Line of Duty has ever produced. It features
dramatic audio dispatch, photos and video during and after an incident in which a policewoman shot and killed a subject who
had leaped into her
cruiser, shot her several times, and taken her hostage. A thorough interview with the officer is included
as is an in-depth training module which includes specific Cincinnati Police Department training which she credits with saving
Featuring innovative programs for dealing with road rage and aggressive driving. The video
highlights the pioneering approaches of the Illinois State Police which will be of utmost interest to all law enforcement
dealing with this growing national problem.
One of the nation's premiere programs dealing with
crowd control will be profiled and analyzed. After years of dealing with unruly, often violent crowds during various Octoberfest
events, the La Crosse, Wisconsin Police Department has developed an approach which has become a national -even international-
model for any law
enforcement agency faced with crowd or even riot control. Thorough analysis is provided and in-depth
interviews with members of the La Crosse Police Department who have implemented this excellent program. Highly recommended
for all law enforcement agencies which ever find themselves dealing with unruly crowds that could become potentially violent
After receiving many requests from law enforcement agencies for such a
program, we dedicate this edition to proper courtroom testimony and etiquette for street officers. One of the most crucial
aspects of any officer's responsibilities is also one of the most difficult and least understood: courtroom testimony. Proper
handling of oneself during courtroom proceedings can make or break cases for law enforcement. This program will feature proper
tactics, and courtroom procedure for cops from an expert in the field. This will be a training program you'll want to share
with every member of your agency who could ever face the ominous responsibilities testifying in a courtroom setting.
program features an incident in which an Alabama officer gets into a violent fight with a subject who takes a gun from the
officer’s ankle holster. The resulting shoot-out ends with the subject’s death. This dramatic segment features
an in-depth interview with the officer and a training segment dealing with ground-fighting. Very important program for all
law enforcement officers.
CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINING.-DEALING WITH THE MENTALLY ILL* (50 MINS)
an in-depth look at the excellent Crisis Intervention Training program the Albuquerque P.D. is using successfully in dealing
with the mentally ill. This program features what’s working for officers who must consistently deal with mentally ill
and provides vital “lessons learned: any agency will find of great value. This program is.priced at $195
dollars if sold separately as an single tape.
Includes Point by Point tips and lessons for officers
on report writing and features the lead instructor for report writing from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
MEXICO TROOPER HELD AT GUNPOINT
When a New Mexico trooper makes a ‘low risk” daylight stop of a car full
of speeding youths, little does he know that he’ll have to use every strategy he can muster to save his life---when
the driver bears down on him with a loaded gun. An interview with the trooper and an incident analysis makes this program
a crucial resource for an agency’s video library.
OFFICER RESTRAINT / SERVING WARRANTS
This program is
a must for law enforcement agencies and deals with the tremendous restraint shown by Kentucky officers when a mentally disturbed
woman steals a police cruiser and leads officers on a long low-speed pursuit. In-depth interviews with officers
and important analysis. Our Backup segment deals with the often dangerous task of serving warrants. We have do’s and
OFFICER SHOT/SUBJECT COMMANDEERS CAR
Moments after a Beaumont, Texas officer was shot, videographer
Chuck McClurg was on the scene as officers and paramedics tend to the wounded officer. This is one of the most dramatic programs
ever produced by In the Line of Duty. It includes audio dispatch of the incident, aftermath video of the search for the shooter,
and critically, an in-depth interview with the officer for analysis and “lessons learned.”
- PART 1
A 3-time police medal of valor winner and teacher discusses the crucial elements for officers to know about
themselves when detecting danger. This important program focuses on what cops need to know about their own verbiage and body
dealing with potential danger. The "Back-Up" segment features a refresher on patdown searches and how a missed
weapon can be lethal for police officers.
DETECTING DANGER - PART 2
Police Medal of Valor winner, Chief Steve
Rhodes, presents part 2 of his detecting danger seminar. This program includes a careful analysis of what officers need to
be aware of (about subjects) when dealing with potentially violent individuals, including important new information and tips
on subjects' verbal and body language. Also, on
"Back-Up," two high speed chases, one in Missouri and one in Michigan,
are reviewed and analyzed for critical officer safety issues.
DEPUTY MURDERED TRANSPORTING PRISONER
have requested a program deal with the safe transport of prisoners..This program is cored around the tragic shooting death
of a New Mexico deputy who was transporting a prisoner. It will have an in-depth report on the shooting, “lessons learned”
and many important safety tips for officers transporting prisoners.
COP SHOT DURING FOOT PURSUIT/SAFE FOOT PURSUITS
South Carolina officer is shot to death during a foot pursuit when he is surprised by the subject who has hidden---and leaps
out, shoots and kills the patrolman. Tremendous video of the search for the killer and an in-depth training segment on the
do’s and don’ts
of a foot pursuit.
Every officer who is ever exposed to
blood or other body fluids faces danger from bloodborne diseases including HIV, hepatitis C, syphilis and many other diseases.
The exposure can be deadly. St. Louis Police Surgeon, Dr. Jeffrey Lowell discusses the danger and how to deal with it. The
job related duties of most officers put them at risk. This is a must for all street cops.
of the country’s leading experts in notification of next-of-kin provides law enforcement officers with invaluable tools
they need to have for the most professional notification of next-of-kin. This includes vital information regarding notification
of kin, officer’s families and dealing with the trauma any officer is likely to face in the aftermath of such a responsibility.
Don’t miss this program! It’s a first of its kind and long overdue.
POLICE OFFICER STRESS
can deal with the stress and trauma of everyday police work; Featuring nationally-respected police clinician Dr. Angela Wingo
with emphasis on earth-shattering incidents i.e. 9-11-01 to day-in, day-out cop stresses and stressors. A vital program for
every agency wanting to help its officers deal most successfully with the rigors of the job.
MURDER OF GEORGIA DEPUTY
complete training overview and analysis of the murder of Georgia Deputy Kyle Dinkheller. This program includes the complete
in-car cruiser cam video from Dinkheller's patrol car. Also, interviews with virtually every back-up officer and administrator
with the agency involved. Many critical lessons learned are imparted in this tragic, dramatic and absolutely critical training
video for cops..
ACCIDENT SCENE PRESERVATION: WHAT EVERY STREET OFFICER SHOULD KNOW
Featuring the nationally-respected
Georgia State Patrol accident reconstruction team; the highly-trained members of the team teach officers the many crucial
do's and don'ts at accident scenes; how to preserve evidence; how to maintain perimeter and crowd control; interviewing witnesses;
preparation for court; and many other elements; includes very graphic video/photos of various accident types.
SPEED PURSUIT TAKES ON EPIC PROPORTIONS
A pursuit through Ohio countryside takes on epic proportions when officers
from many agencies become involved in a pursuit that goes on seemingly forever. The pursuit on narrow, rain-slicked roads
will offer many points for discussion and training and includes through interviews with the officers involved. For any agency
ever involved in multi-jurisdictional pursuits and/or considering pursuit policy revisions, this program is a must.
FIRE KILLS CALIFORNIA OFFICER: HOW FRIENDLY FIRE LED TO UNDERCOVER OFFICER’S DEATH AND HOW TO PROTECT AGAINST IT
training video is vital to law enforcement agencies which have a strong undercover program. It is cored around the tragic,
accidental shooting death of an undercover Oakland (CA) officer who'd been trying to make an arrest. Mistaken as one of the
bad guys, uniformed officers shot him dead before realizing he was one of their own. Complete overview and analysis plus training
interviews with nearby San Francisco Police on safety precautions for undercover cops working near uniforms. Don't miss this
SOUTH CAROLINA OFFICER STRUCK BY SUSPECT IN VEHICLE / SUBSEQUENT SHOOTING DEATH
There are many training
issues involved when South Carolina officers attempt to arrest a drug suspect behind the wheel of a vehicle. This dangerous
nighttime operation was completely recorded on video and is analyzed for the numerous learning points by the officers involved.
A drug suspect refuses to get out from behind the wheel of a vehicle. Instead, he drives forward and bumps an officer. Fearing
for their lives, the officers open fire, killing the subject. For tactics and strategy this training video should be mandatory
DEPUTIES MURDERED IN WARRANT SERVICE
Every cop who has ever been on a warrant service knows the numerous
inherent dangers of such work. Two Idaho deputies are shot and killed during a warrant service in a rural area. Our training
video should be watched by all officers who have ever been or ever will be on a warrant service. Includes in-depth analysis
of the incident plus critical safety tips and learning points for all law enforcement personnel doing warrant services.
PATROL: WINNING IN COURT
One of the most successful d.u.i. programs in the country is featured for training purposes;
the Indianapolis P.D.'s nationally-recognized d.u.i. arrest/prevention program is shown and includes information officers
need to know about testifying in court in DUI
IRON WILL TO SURVIVE PART II / BLINDED TROOPER DISCUSSES SURVIVAL
We're very pleased to present Iron Will to Survive-Part II; it features the story of
survival and rehabilitation of a Louisiana state trooper, blinded by a gunshot injury and his incredible fight back. Now,
he travels the nation sharing his fantastic story with other
officers, and for the first time you'll be able to see it
as well. Lessons learned and motivational uplift for every officer no matter where he/she may be.
OFFICER SHOT AND
KILLED AFTER MISSING WEAPON ON PAT-DOWN
The training story of a great arrest by two St. Louis officers which turned
tragic---when they missed a weapon on a patdown. The video details the arrest of a cop shooter and his subsequent murder of
one of the arresting officers. The subject had apparently had a gun in the back of his pants by the crook of his back. This
program also features complete and thorough patdown training. It's a must in every law enforcement agency's video training
GROUND-FIGHTING TRAINING PARTS I AND II
Both these programs feature superb groundfighting training
scenarios taught by nationally-regarded D.T. instructor Sgt. Herb Hood of the Cincinnati Police Division. Not only the training
but also many video clips are analyzed in which both police and security
officers found themselves in groundfighting situations.
These two programs promise to be the very best ever produced for officers who, at one time or another in their careers, will
almost certainly find themselves---groundfighting. Don't miss them!
IRON WILL TO SURVIVE-PART III
An ex-L.A.P.D. officer grievously wounded in the North Hollywood shootout discusses his determination to survive his wounds
and fight back. Complete and dramatic video of incident from beginning to conclusion. First law enforcement video training
produced of this monumental incident. Lessons Learned/Analysis.
IL COP'S INTUITION PAYS OFF; HUGE DRUG BUST
police work by young IL officer who stopped a suspicious vehicle and.ultimately found nearly a million dollars in drugs hidden.
This is a top to bottom video of incident and complete analysis / interviews pertaining to the release of a suspect from a
legal standpoint. This program will pay off in big dividends for officers trying to make excellent stops/seizures and wanting
to legally / appropriately detain suspect subjects.
TN OFFICERS SHOOT, KILL BANK ROBBER
Dramatic video of Tennessee
bank robbery from two different cruiser cameras and officers fatally wounding robber. This program will include complete interviews
with officers involved, who were also wounded in the shoot-out.
CORRECTIONS / JAILERS SAFETY
video to support expert analysis; the program will provide in-depth information and training for corrections officers / jailers
regarding safe dealings with inmates / convicts; to include scams which cons use to try to get over on officers; weapons and
equipment safety; what to do when melee, riot breaks out; and many other issues critical to officer safety
/ JAILERS SAFETY II
In part two, officers gain critical insight into response to jail/prison melees and remaining calm
and observant...mental preparation for riot situations…also, inmate scams on officers are explored which is vital especially
for new officers; awareness of inmate lying
and subterfuge is examined. Also, complacency, the "nothing happens here mentality"
is a focal point of this program. Experts from the maximum security Soledad Prison in California provide the training.
OFFICER SHOOTS HOMELESS PERSON
A Baltimore officer in the heat of a crowded marketplace shoots a homeless man who appears
to be pulling an edged weapon on him. This program includes complete video of the incident and audio plus an interview with
the officer. It is a must for any officer who could easily find himself/herself in a similar, highly charged scenario. It
also includes in-depth training analysis and tutorial.
MO TROOPER TALKS BANK ROBBER INTO RELEASING HOSTAGE
a rural Missouri bank is robbed, the robber flees with a terrified customer passerby. The ensuing chase through two states
is recorded by videographers; the robber finally loses control North of St. Louis, and his vehicle lurches down a wooded embankment.
veteran Missouri trooper is able to negotiate the subject (who is threatening his hostage's life) into surrender. Complete
lessons learned/training analysis via an in-depth interview with the trooper are included in this important program.
VEGAS COPS DEAL WITH BIKER SHOOT-OUT
A wild biker shoot-out is caught from beginning to bloody end on several of the
54 surveillance cams at a Laughlin, Nevada casino. See the incident, and learn how Metro.Las Vegas officers responded to this
extraordinary incident. This will include analytical interviews with several of the first responding officers and additional
training on dealing with biker gang activity nationwide and how to prepare for and deal with it.
SAN FRANCISCO OFFICERS
DIE IN RESPONSE CRASH
A horrific t-bone accident kills one San Francisco officer and critically injures two others
during an emergency response. The officers' two cruisers' sirens were 'washed out' by one another, and they literally could
not hear one another during this pursuit. Learn steps agencies are taking to deal with the 'washout' phenomenon and measures
law enforcement is taking to try to avoid such tragedies. For any officer ever involved in high-speed, high-risk responses/pursuits,
don't miss this program.
COPS' RESPONSE TO HATE CRIMES
Virtually all law enforcement agencies have dealt with
them: hate crimes. Whether they're ethnic, gangs, sexual preference, economic or without category, police officers need to
learn how to best approach and deal with this problem. Our program provides
officers with much critical information and
arms them with many tools/resources which they'll need when responding to hate crimes. Should be mandatory training and viewing
for all officers.
OFFICER TRIES TO BLOCK MOVING SUBJECT’S CAR
A highway patrol officer stands in front
of a stopped subject's car ordering the individual not to proceed. When the subject, however DOES continue driving forward,
the officer draws his service weapon and fires numerous times at the fleeing individual striking him. This is a very important
use of force program each officer needs to see.
POLICE FACE MAN WITH EXPLOSIVE DEVICE
A mentally deranged man
attempts to firebomb the house where his estranged wife is staying in rural Bourbon, Missouri. Police are on the lookout and
have a description. They confront the suspect in a gas station. He detonates an explosive device… in a gas station.
Scary AND dangerous. Cops do a great job. See this for lessons learned.
DEKALB COUNTY TN POLICE SHOOTING
escaped prisoner with apparent mental problems abducts her own son and threatens him with a gun. Police negotiations get nowhere.
A deputy, convinced the woman is about to kill the child, fires, striking her in the head. This is dramatic video with many
One of the nation's premiere law enforcement trainers, Herb Hood, provides
complete and thorough training on his newly-developed and easy-to-learn weapons retention system. This is a must and possible
life-saver for any officer working the street.
Phoenix Officer Jason Schechterle was nearly
burned alive just because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. His cruiser had been at a stop light when it was struck
at 90 miles an hour by a taxi driven by an epileptic cab driver. Learn some of life's most
important lessons for survival
when you meet this incredible Phoenix cop. (Includes dramatic, compelling video at accident scene.)
A Connecticut officer has less than four seconds to decide what to do when a subject he had been pursuing
jumps out of his car and lunges at the officer with a tire iron. In an instant, the officer had to decide whether to use lethal
force; draw and fire. How would you respond to such an attack. Don’t ask the subject in this incident. He’s dead.
CAN KILL YOU—FAST
This is an extremely important training program for your library. In it, one of the leading
law enforcement experts in the world teaches and trains you to survive a knife attack / assault. The program will provide
step-by-step training that will be segmented for the convenience of its use in roll call, in-service and academy training.
One of the most distasteful, dangerous, yet absolutely necessary procedures many officers must undertake is
the strip search. In this pioneering program, you'll learn how one of America's largest law enforcement agencies conducts
proper, safe and thorough
strip searches. Includes both male and female inmates. (Only sold to law enforcement agencies
and accredited schools)
KNOXVILLE COP HIT
A Knoxville (TN) officer is winding up special patrol at a busy area
where local university students party well into the morning hours before the Saturday football game. As the officer crosses
the street, she is struck by a car driven by a heavily intoxicated woman. Miraculously, she survives. And, wait until you
hear how she wanted the driver dealt with.
FACING DISASTER - PART I
This program is for all departments because,
“it can happen here.” Every year many communities face disaster in the form of a vicious storm, an accidental
calamity, and now potentially, a terrorist attack. This first of a two part series of training videos deals with the havoc
wrought in Florida by Hurricane Charley. Although this was an anticipated.event because there were warnings, preplanning proved
insufficient. Learn what the Charlotte County (FL) Sheriff’s office learned before, during and after Charley.
DISASTER PART II
This second of the two part series discusses preplanning and response to such unexpected disasters
as a terror attack, possibly involving weapons of mass destruction, or a catastrophic accident. Such events are possible anywhere,
and law enforcement will be right in the thick of it. This video is a must for the times we live in today.
When a criminal is hurt, injured or wounded, he/she must receive proper treatment. However, the security challenges
for law enforcement can be innumerable. Learn from viewing and hearing how one of the U.S.’s largest law enforcement
agencies deals with
this vital task.
An extraordinary incident in which two Tampa detectives
and a Florida State Trooper are killed by a career criminal who had just been taken into custody for the shooting death of
his girlfriend’s child. This video, subject of Line of Duty seminars all over the country, is fraught with lessons learned.
Every officer in the U.S. needs to see this video.
An alert officer sees a suspicious car
lurking behind a bank. When he approaches the vehicle, the car takes off. During the ensuing pursuit, the car stops and the
passenger steps out firing an automatic weapon at the pursuing officer, then returns to the car. The pursuit continues. The
fleeing car stops again, the passenger again fires at the officer. All of it is on tape.
RAPID RESPONSE TO THE ACTIVE
This outstanding 60 minute training video details the latest tactics for dealing with an active shooter. At
Columbine, the SWAT Team was unable to form and enter the high school for some 45 minutes after the incident started. All
the shooting had stopped within 11 minutes. Therefore, the new strategy involves sending first responders in to neutralize
the shooting without waiting for the tactical unit to arrive. It is new. Some consider the tactics controversial. Find out
for yourself in this video.
THE TAMPA MASSACRE (50 MINUTES)
For the first time, this 60-minute video tells the
full story of the May 1998 incident in which wanted felon Hank Earl Carr got the drop on two Tampa homicide detectives and
killed them both. He then killed a Florida Highway Patrol Officer before killing himself. The incident was fraught with important
training issues, including handcuffing, prisoner transport policies, search procedure and dealing with the media. This is
a must and includes lesson plan and study guide
THE DO’S AND DON’TS OF SERVING WARRANTS (30 MINUTES)
can be the law enforcement officer’s most dangerous task. This 11-minute video hits.the major points of how to prepare
for serving the warrant, and executing it. It’s a bargain at our price. (with fact sheet)
THE MURDER OF GEORGIA
DEPUTY KYLE DINKHELLER (50) MINUTES
When a young Georgia deputy made a low-risk stop for speeding, little did he expect
a gunfight for his life---a gunfight he would lose. Exclusive video and interviews with deputy's back-up officers and responders...coupled
with top to bottom actual video of the shootout. "This is the best law enforcement training video ever. The lessons learned
will save many cops' lives." (Richard Simpher, Fmr. Director, St. Louis Police Training Academy) (includes lesson plan and
RACIAL PROFILING (20 MINUTES)
If there is a hotter issue in law enforcement today, we don’t
know about it. Making stops on the basis of the race or ethnicity of those in a car rather than on grounds of reasonable suspicion
is wrong and a violation of rights. In this 12-minute training video, officers will understand what racial profiling is, what
it isn’t, and how to be on safe ground when making that stop. This is an invaluable video and can help you avoid millions
in liability awards. (includes lesson plan and study guide)
DO’S AND DON’TS OF HANDLING ANTHRAX (20 MINUTES)
program centers on what the first responder should and should not do when answering a call about a suspicious package. From
the role of the dispatcher to the role of the Haz-Mat unit, this program is a must for a nation facing the terrorist threat.
Lesson Plan and Study Guide)
POLICE CHAPLAINS/WHEN A COP DIES (30 MINUTES)
The police chaplain is playing an
increasingly more important role in law enforcement. Because their jobs are dangerous and high stress, officers need someone
to talk to whether they know it or not. The chaplain plays a big role in dealing with the mind, spirit
and body. This program
highlights what they do, why they do it, and why having a.chaplain on staff may be vital to your department.(includes lesson
plan and study guide)
WHAT EVERY STREET COP NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT TERRORISTS (45 MINUTES)
This is a must
program for American law enforcement. It is complete with vital information on dealing with the new terrorist threat in this
county, including what to look for and what to do when you find it.(includes lesson plan and study guide)
ETHICS (20 MINUTES)
The I.A.C.P. says that the issue of law enforcement ethics and leadership is one of the biggest
issues facing law enforcement today. This outstanding video goes over the do’s and don’ts of proper ethical procedures
through more than a dozen real-world scenarios in which officers have done the right thing and the wrong thing. They are perfect
tools for instruction. In addition, this video features five singular scenarios for evaluation, analysis
(includes Fact Sheet)
ANIMAL ABUSE: WHY COPS CAN AND NEED TO STOP IT (45 MINUTES)
Far too often when law enforcement
officers run across cases of animal abuse, they slough it off as “kids being kids.” It is much more than that.
Studies show that people who abuse animals also abuse other people. Just for starters, Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy and John
Wayne Gacy are prime examples of animal abusers who acquired a taste for blood early in life by abusing animals. It is a serious
crime that can lead to more serious crime. Our nation’s law enforcement officers need to know how handle evidence and
vigorously investigate animal abuse cases. This training video provides invaluable information about this important area of
investigation and prosecution. (includes Fact Sheet)
WE’VE GOT A 962 WITH FIRE; OFFICER BURNING ALIVE.(52 MINUTES)
one of the most inspiring stories of officer survival in the history of American law enforcement. By any standard, this remarkable
Phoenix officer should have died when his cruiser was rammed by a taxi and burned furiously with him inside. His upper body
literally melted. It was not the end for Jason. It was the beginning. (includes lesson plan and study guide)
WITH MEDIA/RECOGNIZING MEDIA TRICKS (50 MINUTES)
The Washington sniper case, a civil disturbance, an airline crash…
all examples of how an unexpected event can bring a wave of media attention. Law enforcement is often the target of media
attention during such times. This is an extensive examination of how law
enforcement can respond effectively at such times
includes experts in journalism and law enforcement public information specialists. This program includes a special segment
on techniques reporters use to extract information which can be embarrassing and harmful to investigations. It is a must for
cops of all ranks. (includes lesson plan and study guide)
WHAT DOGS ARE TRYING TO TELL COPS (20 MINUTES)
learn some very basic techniques on how each officer can 'read' a dog's behavior and prove without doubt your agency is sensitive
and attentive to such training. There have been cases where cops have killed dogs they thought threatened them, only to learn
there was no threat and then face enormous liability consequences. It's short, to-the-point and geared exclusively for law
enforcement. (includes lesson plan and study guide)
PIT BULL FIGHTING/WHAT EVERY COP SHOULD KNOW (42 MINUTES)
bloodthirsty dogfighting has become a billion dollar "industry" worldwide The U.S. is now the leading provider of fighting
dogs internationally. Now, learn how you can stop it on your turf and make great arrests for a multitude of other crimes,
ranging from drug trafficking to money laundering to racketeering. Also addressed; preserving dogfighting crime scenes; gathering
evidence/what to look for; eating 'em in court Learn how you can also generate revenue for your municipality, city and county
by making good arrests of dogfighters AND those who attend dogfights. Other law enforcement agencies are doing it now! (includes
lesson plan and study guide)
DEALING WITH THE MENTALLY ILL (60 Minutes)
This is a pioneering law enforcement
training video which many agencies have asked us to produce. It features the nationally-recognized program of the Albuquerque
(NM) PD which is at the very forefront of officer training for dealing with the mentally ill and
disturbed. Mental health
experts with the department are interviewed at length for their expertise. The department's training program for officers
is analyzed and scrutinized. Also, you'll ride with Albuquerque officers to see first-hand how this department is
their strategy and why it has become the state-of-the-art in the entire country's law enforcement community. We highly recommend
you add this program your training library. (includes lesson plan and study guide)
SIMPLE SPANISH COMMANDS (30 Minutes)
almost absolute certainty all peace officers at some point in their careers will deal with subjects who speak only Spanish.
The Hispanic minorities in many of our urban and, indeed, rural communities are growing at a fast rate. Even communities in
areas that traditionally had minimal, if any, Hispanic influence are changing. It's crucial, therefore, for officer safety
and departmental liability that officers who deal with Hispanics have some knowledge of basic Spanish commands a cop would
use. This program guides officers through the most commonly used law enforcement Spanish commands and teaches them via a very
easy verbal refresher, taught by Officer Brandy Walker of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. (includes lesson plan
and study guide)
SIGNS OF THE DEAF (30 Minutes)
Like the program dealing with Spanish commands, this video takes
officers through the most commonly used signs of the deaf one might encounter on the street. It's perfect for officers who
need to learn these commands over several sessions, because like the
Spanish commands, this program can be easily learned.
It's also a must addition to a departmental video library, because it proves the department concern over officer/citizen safety
and departmental liability issues. (includes lesson plan and study guide)
DRUG CONCEALMENT SPOTS (20 Minutes)
officers will be amazed at the ingenuity of the drug runners when it comes to concealing their dope. Some of the most surprising
and clever drug concealment spots ever recorded are analyzed and graphically presented in this video. It's well worth adding
to your video library, because until you've seen it, you're not going to believe it. This program also includes some of the
tactics drug runners are using to get over and get past police officers. A definite must if you make drug stops in your community
or on your
streets, roads, and interstates! (includes lesson plan and study guide)
BIG RIGS STOPS (10 Minutes)
Crotty of “Strategies for Officer Survival,” provides what could someday be a lifesaving show and tell for traffic
cops. You'll see and learn about the different elements in making a traffic stop involving a big rig as opposed to a passenger
vehicle. And, there are many of them, from approach to safe interrogation of drivers and passengers. Each and every approach
and tactic is clearly visualized for officers, and this video can, too, be re-visited by officers without losing any momentum
in their training. An excellent tutorial that will explode some myths in big rig stops and approaches. (includes lesson plan
and study guide)
LESS THAN LETHAL FORCE OPTIONS (20 Minutes)
More and more departments are expressing great
interest in the options available to them that involve less than full lethal force. This program is geared specifically to
provide officers and departments with the very latest options currently available involving weapons of less than lethal force.
This includes actual video of both the bean bag and the TASER in use and tutorials on both provided by law
experts. If your department is even remotely considering the less than lethal.force options available to you, by all means,
get this program!
STAYING CALM UNDER PRESSURE—DISPATCHING (30 Minutes)
Featuring comments from dispatchers
in all regions of the nation, this program also includes vital tips and "lessons learned" from experts in dispatcher training.
This video training program for dispatchers is a must for your department. Dispatchers are often the most neglected yet vital
link in the lifeline of any major incident. Graphic examples of proper dispatching are included from the North Hollywood Shoot-out
to hot pursuits to domestic violence eruptions. For your dispatchers AND the officers for whom they provide a lifeline we
urge you to add this program to your law enforcement video library.
JOINING THE FORCE (60 Minutes)
interested in "putting the department's best foot forward" to recruit talented young people, this is the video for you! Not
only do the cameras follow excellent, enthusiastic officers from every branch and unit but also the video provides young people
with multi-ethnic role models from both genders. It is the very best police recruiting video ever produced, and we believe
COURTROOM TESTIMONY (20 Minutes)
Proper courtroom testimony and etiquette is vital for all officers.
Sooner or later, they all wind up in court. Officers on the stand can make or break cases for prosecutors. It is one of the
most difficult and least understood assignments for any officer. This tape will make all who view it more effective on the
INCIDENT AT WHITE CASTLE (40 Minutes)
This video documents in complete detail one of the most controversial
incidents in the history of the Cincinnati Police Department. The incident centers on the attempted arrest
of a 350 pound
man high on drugs. He resisted arrest and fought with officers for several minutes before they finally subdued him with batons.
However, he died at the scene. The officers did everything right, but the outcome was wrong. Many lessons learned here.
DRINKING / DEALING WITH A STUPOROUS VICTIM
The most serious problem facing campus law enforcement today is binge drinking.
It has contributed to campus unrest from the Ivy League to the Pacific Northwest. Several students have died as a result of
ingesting too much alcohol. We bring this important program to you with relevant information on how you can deal
problem. We include a tutorial on how to deal with a stuporous victim. This is potentially life saving information. It is
also an excellent program for high school seniors preparing to go to college.
DATE RAPE / CRIME SCENE PRESERVATION
/ DATE RAPE DRUGS
Another of the major problems on campus today is the problem of date, or acquaintance rape. One in
four coeds experience a date rape attempt. This program includes information on how to work with victims to ensure their well
being and the chances for a
successful prosecution. Also included is important information on preserving a date rape (or
any) crime scene. And, we include a tutorial on the date rape drugs which are becoming increasingly commonplace on campus.
PATROL/K-9 PATROL/WORKING WITH K-9'S
This program centers on key patrol issues facing campus cops. Bicycle patrols
are becoming increasingly commonplace. But, it involves more than just acquiring some bikes and putting officers on them.
The University of Illinois helped write the book on bike patrols. Learn why bike patrols are effective and why you should
establishing one. In addition, many campus police departments are considering their own K-9 units. This program
tells you how to go about it, what questions to ask and how to get it off to a good start. The program also includes important
information for campus cops who may one day find themselves on a crime scene working with dogs. We examine the do’s
REPORT WRITING/READING BODY LANGUAGE
This important program gives campus law enforcement officers
the information they need to be effective in writing their reports. It is the worst part of an officer’s job. However,
it can be the most important. Ineffective report writing can make or break a prosecutor’s case, and can reflect positively
or negatively on the author. In addition, there is an important tutorial on reading body language. A small percentage of subjects
will attack an officer. This will help officers determine the level of threat.
CAMPUS FIRE SAFETY
on campus remains a number one safety priority. However, students are killed each year in fires on campus. What is the role
of the campus police officer in both preventing fires and helping fight them if and when they occur? This is a potentially
program, for both the student and officer
CAMPUS OFFICER MURDERED / OFFICER SAFETY
Te murder of a campus police
officer on the University of Nevada-Reno campus shows that not even a college campus is safe from the outside world. Learn
what happened, and hat the University of Nevada-Reno campus police department learned as a result.
officer safety issues are dealt with in this program.
TAMPA DETECTIVES MURDERED
A tremendous, gripping roll
call presentation featuring two Tampa homicide detectives who have arrested murder suspect Hank Earl Carr. The officers are
seen arresting Carr and escorting him to their cruiser. Moments later, both detectives are dead, brutally
murdered by Carr
who used an undetected handcuff key. The presentation also includes comments and analysis.
OFFICER’S GUN ACCIDENTALLY
An officer's gun accidentally discharges almost striking a subject who has been arrested, handcuffed, and
placed on the ground. This program features gun safety tips and lessons from the technical advisory staff.
TROOPER HELD AT GUNPOINT
A New Mexico State Trooper is held at gunpoint by a subject who charges out of a vehicle during
a traffic stop. This program includes comments from the trooper who ultimately talked the youthful subject into surrendering.
SHOOTS HOMELESS PERSON
An officer under high stress shoots a subject during an encounter in a crowded Baltimore Marketplace.
Dramatic video is supplemented with comments from the officer. Also, expert analysis and training questions are included from
the technical advisory team.
HUMAN SHIELD INCIDENT
In this roll call tape, an officer has taken a subject as
a literal 'human shield' while approaching an alleged criminal's vehicle. This controversial technique is not only dramatically
depicted on the live-action tape but also is analyzed thoroughly.
OFFICER TRIES TO BLOCK MOVING SUBJECT’S CAR
highway patrol officer stands in front of a stopped subject's car ordering the individual not to proceed. When the subject,
however DOES continue driving forward, the officer draws his service weapon and fires numerous times at the fleeing individual
striking him. This is a very important roll call program each officer needs to see.
OFF-DUTY CONSIDERATIONS FOR STREET
This is a vital roll call program for all officers and includes dramatic video of a shoot-out involving an off-duty
officer plus expert thoughts and considerations for officers who carry weapons when off-duty. It's approximately 7 minutes
in length and will generate much discussion for departments whose officers could find themselves in lethal force incidents
during off-duty hours.
THE DARRELL LUNSFORD MURDER/LESSONS LEARNED
The first video recorded murder of a peace
officer---the murder of Texas constable Darrell Lunsford is analyzed for lessons learned and edited into a very convenient
roll call training program all departments will want for their video library.
COP KILLS MOTORIST DURING CHASE
an arrested subject commandeers a police car, the chase is on. This, however, ends tragically when an officer accidentally
kills an innocent motorist during the pursuit. The program is a crucial learning tool all departments will want to have and
present to all
officers. Vital for pursuit driving training and liability purposes.
TRAINING ACCIDENT KILLS OFFICER
many law enforcement officers are injured and killed every year during training exercises. This roll call program depicts
the death of a State Trooper shot to death by another trooper who thought his weapon was not loaded. The many points to ponder
and lessons that should have been learned are dissected.
JAILER TRANSPORTING PRISONER IS MURDERED
that can teach officers crucial lessons and safety procedures: A jailer transporting a prisoner from one facility to another
is shot to death when the subject seizes the female deputy's service weapon from her and opens fire. The lessons are
the complete report of the incident is included with the roll call presentation.
REMAINING CALM DURING MAJOR ADRENALINE
A state trooper loses all patience and cool when a motorist fails to pull over despite his flashing lights and
siren. As a result, he angrily and forcefully yanks her from her vehicle. The resulting uproar causes the trooper to lose
his job. The graphic video is unforgettable and makes a lasting impression on all cops In this roll call presentation, learn
the critical lessons needed to stay calm under the most intense pressure from the physical fitness expert with the St. Louis
Metropolitan Police Department.
OFFICERS LOSE JOB OVER HOG-TYING DEATH
Five officers are fired after a subject
dies during a hog-tying incident. This roll call review includes vital points to ponder and questions to ask before a police
officer should consider hog tying---or, whether or not to ever consider such a tactic.
PHYSICAL ASSAULTS: COVERING
With graphic video of officers who have been violently physically assaulted, technical advisers pass along
invaluable safety and survival tips to officers. The program is approximately 7 minutes in length; geared specifically for
roll call training.
OFFICER SHOOTS SELF IN TRAINING EXERCISE
An officer nearly kills herself during a shooting
exercise and has extensive brain surgery before her long road to recovery. The vital lessons learned and survival tips are
summarized. The program also includes the report on the incident for further critique and
LEAD TO TRAGEDY
A female deputy is held at gunpoint while checking on a man supposedly asleep in his car. Dramatic
video and lessons learned. A must at roll call training.
This program features graphic video of law
enforcement meth raids and experts discussing the very critical do’s and don’ts for cops who will likely be involved
in methamphetamine raids. It’s a vital roll call video for police officers who, often, may not be fully aware of the
many dangers involved when dealing with and handling this very dangerous substance..
renowned developer of verbal judo George Thompson, this roll call video succinctly summarizes the eight crucial steps cops
need to know about verbal judo. The verbal judo tactics have received overwhelming kudos from police departments worldwide
for defusing potentially very dangerous situations and very dangerous
subjects. It’s a program you’ll want
to utilize for veteran street cops and new recruits time and time again.
Many departments have
asked us to develop a roll call training video dealing with proper report writing. Here it is! A short presentation that will
provide all officers crucial elements for excellent, literate report writing. Utilizing law enforcement experts, you’ll
find this video is one that is not only long overdue but also one you’ll be using for a long time to come.
This is another roll call video we’ve been asked to produce by many law enforcement agencies. It offers
some very basic yet often overlooked or, perhaps, underutilized tactics to increase officer safety. This roll call video features
experts with the St. Louis
Metropolitan Police Department training academy and Jim Crotty of ‘Strategies for Officer
RAPE VICTIMS’ DO’S AND DON’TS
For many officers, dealing with rape victims
can be one of their most traumatic experiences. It’s also a very painful experience, obviously, for the rape victim.
This roll call video presentation provides officers with some crucial approaches and tactics for
questioning and dealing
with rape victims as first responders. Featuring a veteran police rape counselor and Dr. Armand Brodeur, world renowned pediatric
radiologist and police witness.
THE FOLLOWING ROLL CALL REVIEW PROGRAMS ARE $47.50 (ALL ORDERS MUST BE
The proliferation of violent gangs in the United States has taxed law
enforcement agencies at every level. And, in many instances, gangs have spread from major metropolitan areas to suburban,
even rural settings. This roll call program features some of the nation’s leading police experts on gangs providing
specific insight for street cops who may come face to face with a violent gang member. Highly recommended for all law enforcement
Featuring Jim Crotty of ‘Strategies for Officer Survival,’ this
roll call video is absolutely vital for street cops who may need a refresher in the basics of safe foot pursuits. It’s
also a tremendous video presentation for recruits and young officers fresh from academy training. Each year officers are murdered
because they get complacent during foot pursuits or simply neglect some of the basics. After watching this video, they will
definitely be on their toes again!
This is a crucial addition to your video library. We feel confident
it can help save officers from serious injury and even death. Subjects who are potentially violent almost invariably display
various physical “signs” that they are volatile. However, many cops simply have never been taught or shown these
simple physical displays of anxiety or anger. In this fast-paced roll call video, officers will go away with a powerful awareness
that subjects’ body language is something all cops must carefully observe.
FELONY VEHICLE STOPS
vital roll call training program which features Jim Crotty of 'Strategies for Officer Survival' outlining the most critical
elements of proper felony vehicle stops. The program visually guides officers through each important safety step that is vital
stopping a subject in a motor vehicle suspected of a possible felony. Its fast-paced presentation may mean you'll
need to stop tape at intervals for interactive analysis / discussion and reaffirmation of strategic points.
TO FELONIES IN PROGRESS
This is another program that police departments have requested we produce, and we listened!
Often, officers become complacent when responding to alarms. Even when an alarm may be a good one, complacent cops can go
barreling into a potentially explosive scene. This 7 minute presentation will hit home for all street officers by powerfully
showing the right way to respond to felonies in progress and just how dangerous it can be when you respond using poor tactics.
VEHICLES WITH TINTED WINDOWS
Technical expert Jim Crotty of 'Strategies for Officer Survival' is featured along with
officers from the Orange County (FL) Sheriff's Department. You'll see excellent demonstrations of the safest approaches for
officers who have stopped vehicles with
heavily-tinted windows. Officers will learn the very best tactics for keeping subjects
off-balance and uncertain about officers' presence and positioning. Also, they'll learn exactly where to position themselves
most strategically for the safest possible interaction with subjects in tinted windows. An invaluable addition to an agency's
PURSUIT INTERVENTION TECHNIQUES (P.I.T)
If your department is considering development of the
Pursuit Intervention Technique (P.I.T.) as part of your pursuit policy, you'll want this program! It features driving experts
from two of the nation's finest E.V.O.C. schools, San Bernardino( CA) Sheriff's and Fairfax County (VA).
As any peace officer knows, improper and unsafe handcuffing of subjects can fatal. In recent years, subjects
have wiggled free of handcuffs, have accessed handcuff keys, etc. to ultimately end up fatally shooting law enforcement officers.
This roll call video, we
believe, will be an indispensable addition to any agency's video library. It features police experts
taking you step-by-step on the right way to cuff subjects. You'll want to use this program time and again not only for green
recruits but also veteran street cops who may occasionally get lax and complacent.
THE STANDING MODIFIED SEARCH
expert Tony Kirkbright of the Antioch, California Police Department, is featured in this roll call video walking you through
a perfectly executed ‘standing modified search.’ This is another critical element for officers to learn and, in
many cases, re-learn.
Not only will Tony show officers the most tactically safe approach to searching of subjects but also
the best, most thorough means an officer can pat down a subject. Addthis to your list of "Must Have" videos. It'll be a tremendous
video resource for many years to come.
HOW BAD GUYS GET OVER ON COPS--PARTS 1 & 2 (BOTH PROGRAMS
ARE 5-7 MINS. IN LENGTH)
Defensive Tactics Expert Sgt. Mike Muxo of the St. Louis Metro PD explains and shows several
of the tactics bad guys utilize to "get over on the cops" in this two-part roll call special. It'll amaze even veteran street
officers the lengths to which the bad guys will
go to try to scam or "blindside" the police. Each one of the tips in these
two roll call videos could someday be a lifesaver for officers. We strongly recommend you add this to your video checklist.
This is more than a practical demonstration on purchasing the very best, most comfortable and safest protective
body armor. It's an absolutely vital practical demonstration! Of all an officer's or a department's choices, there isn't much
that is more crucial for officer safety than the selection of the right protective body armor; the armor that gives the street
cop the best chance of surviving gunfire. Tony Kirkbright of the Antioch (CA) Police Department demonstrates just how vital
an officer's body armor selection is. You'll want each officer in your department to view this roll call video more than once.
YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE BUYING HOLSTERS
In one of the most graphic demonstrations ever made, the St. Louis Police Department
literally rips apart holsters before your very eyes! It's their way of determining which holsters last the longest under the
most extreme conditions. If you or one of your officers is attacked, which holster do YOU believe would stand up to an assailant's
effort to wrest free a gun? See what St. Louis determined after putting these holsters from every major
their very grueling paces. Also, the Georgia State Patrol demonstrates very graphically why THEY opted for a system-wide change
in the holsters they had been wearing. Take a good look for yourself. It's an eye-opener that will provide you vital insight
into one of an agency's very crucial purchasing decisions.
TWO MINUTE WARNING PROGRAMS
is a series of short scenarios that are ideal for roll call training. These are appropriately titled 'Two Minute Warnings,'
because that's exactly how long they last. Just---two minutes. Each individual program presents the kind
of scenario any patrol officer may encounter at any time. Using real video and expert law enforcement technical analysis,
all topics include scenarios that street cops face every day and night. Officers are given a series of options as to what
they would do under the described conditions. The proper course of action has been determined by a panel of experts compiled
for this purpose. These Two Minute Warnings are short and punchy, and provide not only an excellent training opportunity before
officers hit the streets, but also help reduce complacency by effectively increasing officers’ level of awareness. The
list of subjects follows.
EACH IS TWO MINUTES LONG ($19.95 EACH 33 PROGRAM CD)
TMW # 1. Avoiding danger from
traffic on stops---Every year, several officers are killed in traffic during stops. Learn how to avoid death or injury.
# 2. Transporting dangerous prisoners---Prisoners get the drop on transporting officers sometimes with dangerous consequences.
TMW # 3. Warehouse burglary during power outage---How do you proceed with flashlights against an
TMW # 4. Lone officer sees murder-rape suspect go into dark alley in high crime area---How to proceed
TMW # 5. Big rig driver furious over traffic stop---He’s abusive and after receiving your citation, he’s
back behind the wheel. What do you do now?
TMW # 6. Single officer finds two drunken men brutally beating two women---You
are alone. How do you handle this dangerous and tense situation?
TMW # 7. Calling out all possible ID factors in high
and low risk stops--- Better too much information than too little. It could save your life.
TMW # 8. Stop man with
bag of burglars’ tools… no warrants… not from neighborhood---What are your options?
TMW # 9. Lone officer sees two men in van. Driver won’t make eye contact, passenger stares until out of
sight. How to proceed
TMW # 10. Two officers break up bar fight, one subject tries to slither into men’s room
perhaps to flush drugs. How do you handle it?
TMW # 11. Are you prepared for off-duty incidents? You’re off-duty
and a crime is committed before you. What can you do and how prepared are you to do it?
TMW # 12. Wearing body armor---You
know body armor saves lives. So, why don’t you wear yours?
TMW # 13. Handcuffing and patdowns---Many officers
have been injured or worse because of bad handcuffing or patdown techniques. How to improve yours.
TMW # 14. On DUI
Stop, passenger changes places with driver--- It’s your word against theirs. How do you deal with this situation?
# 15. Acting on a neighbor’s tip alleging child abuse, officer is prohibited by parents from seeing child. He hears
child screaming and crying in back room. What next?
TMW # 16. Where do you keep your hands? Many officers have been
caught off guard because their hands are not in position to react. You may be making a common mistake.
TMW # 17. Equipment
check---You never know when you’ll need your baton, spray, cuffs or gun. Is your equipment ready to go?
18. Gay lovers have violent argument. Police arrive to find lots of blood. How to proceed and protect yourself..
# 19. Single officer sees lone person apparently planning to leap from bridge---What are the most pressing to-do’s?
# 20. Using backup---There are times officers think they can handle many situations alone. Why you should always have backup.
# 21. High speed response to emergency calls---It can be deadly for responding officers or civilians or both.
22. Mentally disturbed man ranting on corner, suddenly slashes a young boy---How do you save the child and defuse the situation?
# 23. Rapid Response to the active shooter. New tactics for first responders arriving on the scene. No more waiting for SWAT.
First to arrive are first to engage the shooter
TMW # 24. Officer chasing armed robbery suspect at night must decide
whether to keep radio on or off---What’s more important; contact …or silence?
TMW # 25. Cover officer watching
two passengers when angry driver gets into physical confrontation with contact officer
TMW # 26. Drinking off-duty---Most
cops enjoy a beer after shift or on days off. How well do you handle your booze?
TMW # 27. Proper use of force---Perhaps
the most important issue before law enforcement today. When is the use of force too much…too little?
TMW # 28.
Encounter bad accident with two injured people in separate cars. Oncoming traffic poses a threat. What should officers do?
# 29. Officer stops car wanted in connection with bank robbery. A baby is in the back seat. While awaiting backup, officer
sees driver and passenger reach for something under seat. What should he do?
TMW # 30. Officer pulls over van for going
15 over the limit. While on stop, he hears a muffled cry from the back of van. What’s the next course of action?
# 31. Officer is looking for armed subject in low light situation. He is fired upon and can see the muzzle flash. What should
the officer do?
TMW # 32. Convenience Story Robbery---Single officer spots more than one armed bad guy. How to handle
TMW # 33. The victim of a domestic violence call is a fellow officer’s wife---Delicate to say
the least. How do you handle it?
TRAINING THE TRAINER PROGRAMS
All Training the Trainer Programs are $95 EACH OF THESE VIDEOS INCLUDES TRAINING FROM
EXPERTS IN THEIR FIELD
T/T #1 "TRAINING THE TRAINER"/ A 45 MINUTE OVERVIEW
Line of Duty Technical Advisor Rich
Simpher spent 27 years on the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. About half of those years were spent at the Police
Academy where he retired as Director. He spent half of his career training trainers. Many trainers are appointed to their
jobs with little or no training experience. This video fills the gap. Simpher explains in detail the do’s and don’ts
of instruction including such.basics as holding the class’s attention, how to help students absorb the material, how
to properly raise and answer questions and much, much more. This is a must for new training instructors.
T/T # 2 "TRAINING
THE TRAINER / FIREARMS / A 30 MINUTE OVERVIEW
Sgt. Bill Burnett of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is
nationally recognized for his expertise in firearms training. He’s been at it for more than 25? years. There are clearly
right and wrong ways to provide effective firearms training. The trainer must recognize that not all students have the same
inherent aptitude or skills. Burnett has found ways to make the sometimes dreaded trip to the range more appealing. And, it
all begins with the trainer.
T/T # 3 *"TRAINING THE TRAINER / REPORT WRITING
The officer’s report is perhaps
the most effective tool in successful prosecution. The way the information is detailed can make or break a case. An effective
report can help the prosecutor win his/her case more easily. Or, if it is flawed, it can open the door to the acquittal of
a guilty subject. This 30-minute video has absolutely essential do's, don’ts and information for a trainer responsible
for guiding officers thru report writing training. This video features Officer Victor Paciorko of the St. Louis Metropolitan
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