View Course Menu
Purchase our programs by visiting our Store Catalog, or with an Annual Subscription to the entire library. For more information, contact us at 1-800-462-5232 or email@example.com.
About Two Minute Warning:
In the Line of Duty has produced a series of short scenarios that are ideal for roll call training. 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.
TMW34 – Bath Salts
One of the most dangerous phenomenon cops have faced in years—Bath Salts.
TMW33 – The victim of a domestic violence call is a fellow officer’s wife
Delicate to say the least. How do you handle it?
TMW32 – Convenience Story Robbery
Single officer spots more than one armed bad guy. How to handle this scenario.
TMW31 – 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?
TMW30 – 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?
TMW29 – 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?
TMW28 – Encounter bad accident with two injured people in separate cars.
Oncoming traffic poses a threat. What should officers do?
TMW27 – Proper use of force
Perhaps the most important issue before law enforcement today. When is the use of force too much…too little?
TMW26 – Drinking off-duty
Most cops enjoy a beer after shift or on days off. How well do you handle your booze?
TMW25 – Cover officer watching two passengers when angry driver gets into physical confrontation with contact officer
Cover officer watching two passengers when angry driver gets into physical confrontation with contact officer.
TMW24 – Officer chasing armed robbery suspect at night must decide whether to keep radio on
What’s more important; contact …or silence?
TMW23 – 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.
TMW22 – Mentally disturbed man ranting on corner, suddenly slashes a young boy
How do you save the child and defuse the situation?
TMW21 – High speed response to emergency calls
It can be deadly for responding officers or civilians or both.
TMW20 – Using backup
There are times officers think they can handle many situations alone. Why you should always have backup.
TMW19 – Single officer sees lone person apparently planning to leap from bridge
What are the most pressing to-do’s?
TMW18 – Gay lovers have violent argument. Police arrive to find lots of blood.
How to proceed and protect yourself.
TMW17 – Equipment check
You never know when you’ll need your baton, spray, cuffs or gun. Is your equipment ready to go?
TMW16 – 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.
TMW15 – 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?
TMW14 – On DUI Stop, passenger changes places with driver
It’s your word against theirs. How do you deal with this situation?
TMW13 – Handcuffing and pat downs
Many officers have been injured or worse because of bad handcuffing or patdown techniques. How to improve yours.
TMW12 – Wearing body armor
You know body armor saves lives. So, why don’t you wear yours?
TMW11 – 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?
TMW10 – Two officers break up bar fight, one subject tries to slither into men’s room perhaps to flush drugs.
How do you handle it?
TMW09 – Lone officer sees two men in van. Driver won’t make eye contact, passenger stares.
How to proceed.
TMW08 – Stop man with bag of burglars’ tools… no warrants… not from neighborhood
Stop man with bag of burglars' tools... no warrants... not from neighborhood. What are your options?
TMW07 – Calling out all possible ID factors in high and low risk stops
Better too much information than too little. It could save your life.
TMW06 – Single officer finds two drunken men brutally beating two women
You are alone. How do you handle this dangerous and tense situation?
TMW05 – 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?
TMW04 – Lone officer sees murder-rape suspect go into dark alley in high crime area
How to proceed safely.
TMW03 – Warehouse burglary during power outage
How do you proceed with flashlights against an unseen adversary?
TMW02 – Transporting dangerous prisoners
Prisoners get the drop on transporting officers sometimes with dangerous consequences. Protect yourself.
TMW01 – Avoiding danger from traffic on stops
Every year, several officers are killed in traffic during stops. Learn how to avoid death or injury.