Attributes and Attitude

The Hunting Story - the meaning of human equality

The Hunting Story is a real-life lesson in human equality by RGI founder Jack's Hoban's teacher, Dr. Robert L. Humphrey. It explains why all men (and women) are created equal and why life is an inalienable right.

Ethical Warriors with Jack Hoban

Jack Hoban talks to Doug Wyllie about how to apply the idea of the Ethical Warrior to law enforcement training.

Emotional Intelligence: Re-Thinking Police Community Relations by Mark Bond

Perception is the New Reality

The overall perception from the public is that American law enforcement has a problem with community relations, race relations, and mostly in urban neighborhoods in which there are high crime rates.

Approaching LE with the 'What's important now?' perspective

PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie interviews Brian Willis about the current law enforcement environment and how the profession should evolve by asking itself, "What's important now?"

Warriors vs. Praetorian Guard – Which Mindset Fits You Best? By Mike Ox

It’s been said, and I agree, that we are in the early stages of a renaissance of the warrior mindset.

This is due in part to the fact that we’re 14 years into the Global War on Terror, part due to movies, TV, and novels, and part because of the fact that computers and the internet have paved the way for the collection and analysis of large amounts of post-incident data that used to be impossible.

The refinements in training, tactics, and techniques have created an unprecedented number of warrior minds which has resulted in countless lives saved in battle.

On Being a Guardian, a Watchman, The Police by Lawrence Lujan

I have been living this calling some 24 years now, and every day, I am proud to be a part of this profession. I have been spit on, shot at, punched, kicked, scratched and stabbed at. I have been threatened, had the lives of my family threatened and have felt the fear of being solo and jumped by a family of three; of being attacked by someone larger, heavier and intent on doing me harm.

The Blame Game: Who @#$%ed This Up?

"The urge to blame military misfortunes on individuals runs as deep as the inclination to blame human error for civil disasters." ~Eliot Cohen and John Gooch, Military Misfortunes: The Anatomy of Failure in War

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