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Keys to Training Excellence: Evidence Based Research Policing Can Use

Been talking about and doing experiential learning and the art of facilitation in police training for well over a decade (closer to 2 decades). "When it comes to police training the method of delivery (not the content) determined the maintenance and flexibility of the skill.” Its about how we teach the programs that matters! Rote learning via PowerPoint lectures and check the box training programs teaching solely skill sets and school solutions must end.

PODCAST: Tactical Decision Games with Bruce Gudmundsson and Don Vandergriff

Military leaders are faced with a dilemma unique among the professions. While doctors get to practice medicine, architects get to design buildings, and educators get to teach students on a daily basis, military professionals spend the vast majority of their careers preparing to do a job they rarely, and in some fortunate cases, never have to actually perform.

Dr John Sullivan and MAJ John Spencer - The Complexity of Modern Urban War

The Complexity of Modern Urban War - Today's episode features the incredible minds of Dr. John Sullivan and Maj John Spencer. Spencer has been on the show a few times and continues to provide thought leadership in urban combat. Dr John Sullivan's career with the LA County Sheriff's office is impressive.

Another Approach to Tactics Guest Post by Bert DuVernay

This is a great article, "Another Approach to Tactics" written by, Bert DuVernay who is the retired Chief of Police for New Braintree, Massachusetts and the Past President of the Massachusetts Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors' and Armorers' Association. His background includes 45 years of police service, both full-time and part-time, as well as 6 years of college teaching and security consultation. He is the past Director of Smith & Wesson Academy, where he was a staff member from 1990 to 2001. He is a member of ILEETA and IALEFI.

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