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Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 3
Anne O' Dell, a former veteran street cop provides highly-touted training for officers dealing with issues of domestic violence. Invaluable information and lessons for departments wanting to lower domestic violence also included. Issues Addressed: Domestic Violence / Interrogation-Interviewing / Report Writing / Crime Scene Investigation
Tampa Massacre
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 9
Two Tampa detectives and a Florida State Trooper are killed by a career criminal who had just been taken into custody for the shooting death of his girlfriend's child. This video, subject of Line of Duty seminars all over the country, is fraught with lessons learned. Issues Addressed: Handcuffing-Patdown /…
Detecting Danger - Part 2
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 6
Police Medal of Valor winner, Chief Steve Rhodes, presents part 2 of his detecting danger seminar. This program includes a careful analysis of what officers need to be aware of (about subjects) when dealing with potentially violent individuals, including important new information and tips on subjects' verbal and body language.…
DUI Analysis
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 2
In the Line of Duty Worked closely with the Champaign, IL Police Department on this close look at the techniques used there in dealing with the D.U.I. problem. This college town has more than its share of problems related to drinking and the Champaign P.D. has established excellent tactics for…
Cops’ Response to Hate Crimes
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 8
Virtually all law enforcement agencies have dealt with them: hate crimes. Whether they're ethnic, gangs, sexual preference, economic or without category, police officers need to learn how to best approach and deal with this problem. Issues Addressed: Hate Crimes / Interrogation-Interviewing / Crime Scene Investigation / Report Writing
Irate Motorist Goes Off On Officer
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 1
A traffic stop in Maine enrages a motorist to the point where extraordinary restraint must be used by the officer involved. We interview Maine State Police to learn how a potentially dangerous situation was effectively quelled. Issues Addressed: Traffic Stops / Officer Safety / Interviewing-Interrogation
Domestic Violence / The Prosecution
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 13
In this program, we will discuss the elements involved in investigating and prosecuting a domestic violence case. Thorough police work can make the prosecutor's job much easier by documenting the incident with copious note-taking, use of cameras, and even audio recordings of the victim's account. Issues Addressed: domestic violence; report…
Detecting Danger - Part 1
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 6
A 3-time police medal of valor winner and teacher discusses the crucial elements for officers to know about themselves when detecting danger. This important program focuses on what cops need to know about their own verbiage and body language when dealing with potential danger. The "Back-Up" segment features a refresher…
Accident Scene Preservation
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 7
Featuring the nationally-respected Georgia State Patrol accident reconstruction team; the highly-trained members of the team teach officers the many crucial do's and don'ts at accident scenes; how to preserve evidence; how to maintain perimeter and crowd control; interviewing witnesses; preparation for court; and many other elements. Issues Addressed: Accident Scene…
Full-Scale Riot Response
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 2
St. Petersburg, Florida Police provide detailed analysis of tactics, strategy, and response in the only training documentary available of rioting after a white officer shot an African- American motorist. This dramatic and in-depth report includes interviews with commanding officers and complete critical incident analysis. Complete, never-before seen video of rioting…
Flea Market Shooting in Crowd
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 1
Pennsylvania police kill a deranged homicide suspect at a crowded flea market after he throws car parts, and then himself, at them. The Backup segment deals with the use of Polaroid cameras in domestic abuse cases. Issues Addressed: Use of Force / Crowd Control / Officer Safety
The Tampa Massacre
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For the first time, this 60-minute video tells the full story of the May 1998 incident in which wanted felon Hank Earl Carr got the drop on two Tampa homicide detectives and killed them both. He then killed a Florida Highway Patrol Officer before killing himself. The incident was fraught…