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Stripes and Bars: Self-discipline

NOT TOO LONG AGO, I was asked to identify the one leadership characteristic that rises above all others as the most important. Though I...

The Tonfa Enters the 21st Century with the Defensive Leverage Device

Ever since man first picked up a rock for self-defense he has been on a never-ending quest to improve the weapons at his disposal....

Jeet Kune Do & The Military Knife

The knife has been a vital part of a warrior's personal arsenal for thousands of years. It is nearly as old as mankind. Even with...

Best Practices: Teamwork Minus the B.S.

We live in an age of political correctness where saying the right things seems to have more value than doing the right things. People...

Police Officers Survival Guide – Staying Alive on the Job

Tom Kohl's Police Officers Survival Guide was written to help educate police officers on staying alive on the job as a police officer. Tom Kohl...

Neutralizing The Committed Edged Weapons Attack

This interactive training session is written and designed for operators who are in the face of life threatening situations on a daily basis or...

Control Fear with Knowledge

“I was parked on a side street writing a report when dispatch gave the neighboring car a call in my district. ‘See the bartender...

Be Physically and Mentally Prepared

Officer Stacy Lim from the Los Angeles Police Department pulled into her driveway after an enjoyable evening of softball practice. When Lim got out...

Surviving an Edged Weapon Attack

Unconsciousness and Death – Surviving an Edged Weapon Attack . . . witnessed over my 23 years of being a law enforcement professional. In...

Law Enforcement Training and Use of Force

Introduction Police officers must use force when placing uncooperative subjects under arrest, as well as during situations of unrest (e.g. riots, protests where property is...

Best Practices: Critical Incident Delegation And Documentation

Critical incident delegation and documentation is as important as as the tactical side of an operation and Amaury Murgado explains how it will help...

Edged Weapon Defense: Is the 21-foot Rule Valid? Part 1

PoliceOne.com Editors Note: For the record, the 21-Foot Rule, when accurately stated, says that in the time it takes the average officer to recognize...

Escaping a Fort Hood Style Massacre

In his article, Escaping a Fort Hood Style Massacre, Jim Wagner explains that we are all targets to Al Qaeda or those who wish to...

The Neglected Aspect of Executive Protection

What does a multi-billionaire, an action star, a fashion designer, and the king of Sweden all have in common? They all got a pie...

Filipino Kali is Alive and Well in Today’s Police and Military...

Thumb through any martial arts magazine and you’ll see advertisements and the mention of the Filipino martial arts (kali, escrima, and arnis). In today’s...

Combating Conditioned Hesitation

To survive confrontations in the kill zone, officers must overcome second-guessing and act quickly and decisively. This article is about combating conditioned hesitation. There are...

Knife vs Gun: Inside Six Feet, I’ll Take The Knife

Okay, on the surface, it's an insane statement: if I have to fight someone, hand to hand, I'd rather be armed with a knife...

Police Officer Survival Guide – Ten Deadly on the Job Errors

There is little truly new on the subject of officer survival tactics. It is the simple, unglamorous basics that will keep an officer alive. Sadly,...

Edged Weapon Defense: Is or Was the 21-Foot Rule Valid? Part...

PoliceOne.com Editors Note: For the record, the 21-Foot Rule, when accurately stated, says that in the time it takes the average officer to recognize...

Best Practices: Closing the Reactionary Gap

One of the most important things you can learn about dealing face to face with suspects is the concept of relative positioning. Relative positioning...