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TMW04 – Lone officer sees murder-rape suspect go into dark alley in high crime area
How to proceed safely.
TMW06 – Single officer finds two drunken men brutally beating two women
You are alone. How do you handle this dangerous and tense situation?
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.
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?
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?
TMW14 – On DUI Stop, passenger changes places with driver
It’s your word against theirs. How do you deal with this situation?
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?
TMW18 – Gay lovers have violent argument. Police arrive to find lots of blood.
How to proceed and protect yourself.
TMW19 – Single officer sees lone person apparently planning to leap from bridge
What are the most pressing to-do’s?
TMW22 – Mentally disturbed man ranting on corner, suddenly slashes a young boy
How do you save the child and defuse the situation?
TMW24 – Officer chasing armed robbery suspect at night must decide whether to keep radio on
What’s more important; contact …or silence?
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.
TMW28 – Encounter bad accident with two injured people in separate cars.
Oncoming traffic poses a threat. What should officers do?
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?
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?
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?
TMW33 – The victim of a domestic violence call is a fellow officer’s wife
Delicate to say the least. How do you handle it?
V15P01- Killing of Trooper Coates: What Has Changed Since
This program deals with updates the South Carolina Highway Patrol (SCHP) has made since the death of Trooper Mark Coates on November 20, 1992. It is in his memory that this program is dedicated, as well as to the memory of the other 49 SCHP troopers who, as of this program, have given their lives since the patrol was organized in 1931.
C01 – Binge Drinking / Dealing with a Stuporous Victim
The most serious problem facing campus law enforcement today is binge drinking.
C02 – Date Rape/Date Rape Drugs / Crime Scene Preservation
Another of the major problems on campus today is the problem of date, or acquaintance rape.
V10P01 – Incredible Montana Pursuit/Shootouts Caught on Tape
Montana law enforcement officers from several jurisdictions pursue a suspect in a bar shooting in which one person was killed and seven others wounded.
V10P03 – Cop’s Life Saver: Passenger Side Approach
The whys and wherefores of the passenger-side approach with dramatic evidence of how it saved one officer’s life.
V10P08 – Courtroom Security: What Every Cop Should Know
The deadly Fulton County Courthouse triple murder in Atlanta has brought new attention to the courthouse security issue.
V10P09 – MO Deputy Uses Street Smarts to Nab Twin Killers
A young man and his sister were en-route to Las Vegas after killing their mother and grandparents in Indianapolis. Traveling over the speed limit in Missouri, they were stopped by a deputy.
V10P10 – Interrogation Techniques on the Street and at H.Q.
Proper questioning can be a key ingredient in solving crimes and providing evidence for a conviction.
V10P11 – Shreveport Officers Kill Cell Phone Wielder
Imagine yourself chasing a suspect who turns and points what appears to be a gun at you. You fire. The “gun” turns out to be a cell phone.
V09P06 – Strip Searches
One of the most distasteful, dangerous, yet absolutely necessary procedures some officers must undertake is the strip search. In this pioneering program, you’ll learn how corrections officers at a major prison conduct proper, safe and thorough strip searches.
V08P01 – Iron Will To Survive Part III / North Hollywood Shootout
An ex-L.A.P.D. officer grievously wounded in the celebrated North Hollywood shootout discusses his determination to survive his wounds and fight back.
V08P02 – IL Cop’s Intuition Pays Off; Huge Drug Bust
Excellent police work by young IL officer who stopped a suspicious vehicle and ultimately found nearly a million dollars in drugs hidden.
V08P07 – MO Trooper Talks Bank Robber into Releasing Hostage
After a rural Missouri bank is robbed, the robber flees with a terrified customer as hostage.
V08P09 – San Francisco Officers Die in Response Crash
A horrific T-bone accident kills one San Francisco officer and critically injures two others during an emergency response.
V08P11 – 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.
V07P04 – High Speed Pursuit Takes on Epic Proportions
A pursuit through Ohio countryside takes on epic proportions when officers from many agencies become involved.
V07P06 – SC Officer Struck by Suspect in Vehicle / Subsequent Shooting Death
A drug suspect refuses to get out from behind the wheel of a vehicle during a bust.
V07P09 – Iron Will To Survive Part II / Blinded Trooper Discusses Survival and Motivation
Iron Will to Survive-Part II features the story of survival and rehabilitation of a Louisiana state trooper, blinded by a gunshot injury and his incredible fight back.
V07P10 – Officer Shot and Killed After Missing Weapon On Pat-Down
A suspected cop shooter is arrested by two St. Louis officers. It turned tragic when they missed a weapon on a patdown.
V06P02 – Dealing With The Mentally Ill – Crisis Intervention Training
An in-depth look at the excellent Crisis Intervention Training program many departments are using successfully in dealing with the mentally ill.
V06P05 &- Officer Restraint – Shoot, Don’t Shoot / Serving Warrants
This program details the tremendous restraint shown by Kentucky officers when a mentally disturbed woman steals a police cruiser and leads officers on a long low-speed pursuit.
V06P10 – Cop Shot During Foot Pursuit / Safe Foot Pursuits
A South Carolina officer is shot to death during a foot pursuit when he is surprised by the subject who has hidden—and leaps out, shoots and kills the patrolman.
V05P06 – Explosive Recognition for Street Cops
This training program includes complete explosives recognition training and information for street officers and dramatic video of two incidents in which one officer died and another was injured after approaching unrecognized explosives.
V05P07 – Low-Light Shooting
With the assistance of the Fairfax County (VA) Police Department and via their new state-of-the-art training facilities and shooting range, we’ll provide the first – ever training coverage of this most crucial aspect of police training.
V05P09 – Iron Will to Survive
This training program features dramatic audio dispatch, photos and video during and after an incident in which a policewoman shot and killed a subject who had leaped into her cruiser, shot her several times, and taken her hostage.
V04P02 – Homicide Suspect Suicide / Short Stroke Prevention
A homicide suspect driving through a rural Texas community is stopped by D.P.S. officers. He exits his vehicle – then returns to it and pulls out a gun.
V04P03 – Albuquerque Bank Hostage / Sniper Training
A bank robbery suspect who had taken a female employee hostage is mortally wounded by a sniper on the Albuquerque S.W.A.T. team.
V04P07 – Crime Scene Preservation for Street Cops
This program features D. Wayne Heil, formerly a lead homicide investigator for the Illinois State Police. Mr. Heil brings his many years of expertise to bear graphically showing street officers the critical first steps needed when coming onto a major crime scene.
V04P08 – Kehoe Brothers OH Shoot-Out / Concealment and Cover Tutorial
This video details the dramatic shoot-out in Ohio between law enforcement and the Kehoe brothers, known paramilitary extremists.
V04P09 – Fresno, CA-Multi-Ethnic Community Policing
Many agencies now must deal with the dilemma of communities which have a multitude of ethnic groups and languages.
V04P11 – Warren High Speed Chase / High Speed Chase Tutorial
A suburban Detroit police officer robs a bank and leads Warren, Michigan officers on a high speed pursuit.
V03P06 – San Francisco Firefight
A gunman with a veritable arsenal of weaponry and ammunition, and covered in body armor, opens fire in a posh San Francisco neighborhood. The resulting chaos is documented visually and with in-depth interviews with responding officers.
V03P10 – High Risk Felony Stop
This program is two important parts:
- A follow-up to Program 3-9 in which Bonner County(ID)Deputy John Lunde is hit by a fleeing motorist. The resulting high-risk stop is studied and analyzed by Lunde and his fellow back-up officers.
And more …
V03P11 – K-9 Save Fellow Officer/ K-9 Training for Street Cops
In an extraordinary incident, a police K-9 saves the life of another K-9 which had been sent into a river attempting to apprehend an armed robbery suspect.
V03P12 – Tinted Window Shooting / Tinted Window Training
Two sheriff’s deputies stop a car with tinted windows and are forced to resort to lethal force.
V02P10 – Gang Violence Stopped
Members of the Fort Myers (FL) Police Department share lessons they learned after breaking up a violent youth gang which killed a high school teacher, then plotted to enter Disney World and kill employees and visitors of minority backgrounds/ethnicities.
V11P05 – LA Officer Allows Escaped Murderer Free After Stop
An escaped Federal prisoner is stopped by a Louisiana officer, but the subject is allowed to leave despite many signs pointing to him as the escapee.
V13P06 – Cops and Ethics / Staying Out of Hot Water
There is no debate on the need for law enforcement to abide by stringent rules of ethics and integrity in the performance of duties. The purpose of this video is to reinforce the need for the highest ethical standards.
SI04 – The Murder of Georgia Deputy Kyle Dinkheller
Georgia deputy made a low-risk stop for speeding, little did he expect a gunfight for his life — a gunfight he would lose.
SI08 – What Every Street Cop Needs to Know About Terrorists
This program is complete with vital information on dealing with the new terrorist threat in this county, including what to look for and what to do when you find it.
SI10 – Animal Abuse: Why Cops Can and Need to Stop It
Far too often when law enforcement officers run across cases of animal abuse, they slough it off as ‘kids being kids’. It is much more than that.
SI11 – We’ve Got a 962 With Fire; Officer Burning Alive
By any standard, this remarkable Phoenix officer should have died when his cruiser was rammed by a taxi and burned furiously with him inside.
SI14 – Pit Bull Fighting: What Every Cop Should Know
Brutal, bloodthirsty dogfighting has become a billion dollar “industry” worldwide The U.S. is now the leading provider of fighting dogs internationally. Now, learn how you can stop it on your turf …
SI27 – Rapid Response: Saving Lives in the Golden Hour
How critical is the need for an integrated approach to rapid response and one that includes every member of the public safety community? Find out how Hillsboro, OR Police, Fire, and EMS made this approach a reality, and see the effect it has had on their emergency response times and level and effectiveness.
SI31 – What Would You Do? Couple Plays Cop; Language Barrier Tragedy
Two law enforcement incidents that erupted into national headlines are examined by graduating recruits at the St. Louis(MO) County and Municipal Police Academy.
SI32 – What Would You Do? Cop Confronts Murderer on T.S.; DUI Checkpoint Scammer
First incident, an Ohio officer shows tremendous restraint …
In the second incident, new tactics are being used to get around DUI checkpoints.
V15P02 – Iowa Parade Horror: Horses Bolt Into Crowd
A holiday parade turns into a bloodbath when two spooked horses go rampaging into a crowd of thousands.
V15P05 – Murder of an Arkansas Officer/the Tragedy of Complacency
Death stalks a young Arkansas officer, but in taking his life cops everywhere may someday get a second chance at living.
V15P06 – “What If…” Scenarios That Can Save Cops Lives
One of the shortest, most powerful sentences in any language is ‘what if’.
V14P01 – Violent Groundfight Erupts: Are You Prepared? Part 1
A Dayton(OH) police officer initiates a traffic stop with an older subject. During the course of the stop, the subject attacks the officer and tries to go for his gun.
V14P02 – Violent Groundfight Erupts: Are You Prepared? Part 2
Officer Joshua Campbell is dispatched to a Walgreens pharmacy to pick up surveillance video of an armed robbery that took place just a few hours earlier around 2:15 am.
V14P03 – Terror in Tuscaloosa: The Public Safety Response
During the last days of April 2011, the United States experienced one of the worst tornado outbreaks in her history. In this program we will look at the public safety response to such a catastrophe, interviewing the officers involved and asking what lessons there are to be learned.
V14P04 – Shootout in Conroe: What Would You Have Done?
A veteran Texas officer responds to a call for a man with a shotgun outside a local bakery. But his decision not to pull the trigger on the rifle wielder, for the sake of potentially innocent bystanders, nearly cost him his life. What would you have done?
V13P01 – Amber Alert Pursuit: Collinsville IL P.D.
In this program, an Illinois officer embarks on a high-speed pursuit. The suspect is wanted for kidnapping and an AMBER Alert has been issued.
V13P03 – Robbery & Response in Neighboring Jurisdiction
In this program, a South Carolina officer responds to a robbery at a gas station. Many different factors come into play during his response.
V13P11 – SC Trooper Misses “Fatal Funnel” And Nearly Shot To Death
A South Carolina State Trooper makes a broad-daylight traffic stop at a busy gas station and is nearly shot to death.
V12P03 – Traffic Stops: First Defense in Drug and Terror Interdiction
Step-by-step effective interdiction stops, legal and officer safety considerations, and effective case documentation and presentation.
V12P08 – Forensic Death Investigations; What Cops Need to Know
Most law enforcement professional encounter a deceased person in the course of his or her career. Actions taken upon arrival on the scene will affect the investigation, and likely the prosecution, of the case.
V12P10 – Cops and Hazardous Materials; What Officers Need to Know
Whether it is ricin in a Las Vegas hotel, anthrax in a D.C. post office, rolling meth labs in upstate New York or a huge chlorine explosion in downstate Missouri, cops are usually the first responders to these scenes.
V11P02 – Arrested Female Steals Utah Officer’s Cruiser
A Utah trooper’s cruiser is taken by a young woman who is able to slip her cuffs.
V11P03 – Mobile (AL) Officer in Chase / Shootout Without Backup
An Alabama officer displays extraordinary courage and tenacity as he is involved in, literally, three separate gunfights during a pursuit, entirely caught on tape.
V11P07 – Indiana Bank Robbery/Chase/Shootout
There were two bank robberies in two months in Evansville, Indiana. While there was no connection, there were similarities between the two, including the fact that escaping bandits fired several shots at pursuing officers.
V11P10 – Could a ‘Russian School Siege’ Happen Here?
The attack by terrorists at an elementary school in Russia may not be as far off as it seems.
V11P11 – The Danger of Response to Naked Person Calls
A lot can be going on when law enforcement is called to deal with a naked person. And, there are dangers you may not have thought about.
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.
RCR07 – Off-Duty Considerations for Street Cops
This is a vital roll call program for all officers and includes dramatic video of a shoot-out involving an off-duty officer plus expert thoughts and considerations for officers who carry weapons when off-duty.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
SI36 – Carfentanil and the Gray Death: What Every First Responder Needs to Know
There is a new danger on the streets today. It is a drug (synthetic opioid) known as Carfentanil.
SI35 – AMBUSH Recognition: What Every Cop Needs to Know
Instructor Dick Fairburn presents an in-depth course on ambush recognition.
SI33 – Col Dave Grossman: Identifying and Stopping Active Killers
Active Killers: Who are they? What are their traits? What can cops, and the hundreds of thousands of gun-free zones in America, do to stop them?
V10P07 – Hanrahan SC Cop Run Over During Stop Attempt
At the end of the chase, with the driver of a stolen vehicle cornered, the driver steps on the gas as an veteran officer approaches.