Body cameras are becoming an integral part of a police officer’s uniform. Here are some factors to consider when purchasing and utilizing body cameras for your department.
This sample letter and interactive exercise can serve as a tool to help police departments address distracted driving.
Use this exercise to talk to your department about the risks of drowsy driving and discuss ways that you can help improve safety.
Use this tool to start a conversation within your police department about the importance of maintaining a safe following distance on the roadways.
It’s critical that law enforcement executives, municipal managers and chiefs are aware of training recommendations and requirements – including these four pertinent topics.
Remind your police officers of intersection best practices with help from this interactive exercise.
Patrol cars are more than a means of transportation – and they require unique inspections. Use this exercise to discuss the importance of pre and post-operational checks.
Your police department understands just how dangerous and risky a high-speed pursuit can be. Do you have an official policy that addresses possible scenarios and best practices?
Get details on why it’s important for your police department to discuss multi-cultural awareness and implicit bias – plus a few training tools for leadership to consider.
Does your department have a “Ride Along” program to help educate your community about your department? If so – or if you’re thinking about creating one – here are a few guidelines for you to consider.
Police officers drive thousands of miles each year – but that doesn’t mean they don’t benefit from reminders of the basics. Review these best practices for backing with your team.
Even routine calls and operations take extreme precaution on behalf of police officers. Here are six scanning tips and driving reminders for your team.
Use this interactive exercise to talk to your police officers about spatial awareness on the roadways and how you can help increase safety.
Work through this scenario with your team to help address all of the things police officers should consider before speeding during response.
Here are a few things municipal leaders and law enforcement administrators should consider when evaluating or developing a Use of Force Policy.