SI49 – Coronavirus and Safety/What Every Cop Needs to Know
In this training program, we talk with Dr. Andrew Dennis, a nationally-prominent trauma surgeon who also happens to be a full-time cop. Dr. Dennis talks about policing during a pandemic and what changes law enforcement may go through in the future. He also covers training and safety during these challenging times.
SI56 – “I Can’t Breathe”/Critical Do’s and Don’ts For All Officers
In this training program, Line of Duty technical advisers break down, analyze and discuss a topic that has become a world-wide law enforcement issue, media topic and the center of national protests; “I can’t breathe.”
SI50 – The Rule of One More Revised/What Every Cop Needs to Know
In this training program, we examine the age old ‘rule of one more.’
The ‘rule of one more’ has long been a law enforcement axiom for always being aware that a suspect may have more than one weapon, more hidden drugs, contraband, or issues you need to be aware of at all times.
SI41 – How Not to Get Shot, Sued, or Thrown in Jail
This course covers the topic of officer liability and the many factors that contribute to officers using excessive force, hurting himself or others, he/she getting killed.
SI51 – Death of George Floyd/The Response That Might Have Been
In this training program, we examine the incident that might change the course of law enforcement forever.
The death of George Floyd and the tactics used by the Minneapolis Police Department are discussed in great detail by our Line of Duty technical advisors.
SI48 – The Hard Lessons of Deputy Dinkheller’s Murder Shared by his Father
In this training program, we talk with Kirk Dinkheller, father of Dpty. Kyle Dinkheller, who was shot and killed on a traffic stop in Georgia in 1998. Kirk spends much time traveling to departments all over the country telling the story of Kyle. His hope is that, in death, Kyle’s story will be a warning to other officers and potentially help save their lives.
SI39 – Opioid Epidemic : Ohio First Responders Deal with Hell on the Streets
This training program is about one hard hit Ohio city’s first responders’(police, fire and EMS) response to dealing with the Opioid crisis.