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RCR33 – What 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!
RCR27 – Stopping 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.
RCR26 – Response to Felonies in Progress
This is another program that police departments have requested we produce, and we listened! Often, officers become complacent or lackadaisical responding to alarms. Even when an alarm may be a good one, complacent cops can go barreling into a potentially explosive scene.
RCR12 – Remaining Calm During Major Adrenaline Rushes
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.
RCR11 – Jailer Transporting Prisoner is Murdered
Another tragedy 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.
RCR10 – Training Accident Kills Officer
Tragically, 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.
RCR08 – 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.
RCR06 – 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.