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Racial Profiling
Part of the Series: Special Issues
If there is a hotter issue in law enforcement today, we don't know about it. Making stops on the basis of the race or ethnicity of those in a car rather than on grounds of reasonable suspicion is wrong and…
Child Abuse
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 4
Critical information for street cops in the recognition of child abuse as first responders. Included is a debriefing from Dr. Armand Brodeur, a foremost expert in recognizing and dealing with child abuse and in-depth information from the Minneapolis Police Department's…
Police Officer Stress
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 7
How officers can deal with the stress and trauma of everyday police work. Featuring nationally-respected police clinician Dr. Angela Wingo with emphasis on earth-shattering incidents, i.e. 9/11 to day-in-day-out cop stresses and stressors. A vital program for officers for dealing…
Verbal Judo I
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 5
It's called "martial arts for the mouth" and is yet another weapon in the street officer's arsenal. George Thompson has a national reputation for teaching officers how to communicate with subjects in a manner which will maximize compliance, and minimize…
Domestic Violence
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…
Use of Force: The Death of Eric Garner
In a day and age when cameras and video are becoming omnipresent in law enforcement's responses 24/7, it is critical to learn and benefit from officer's experiences on the street. We present this program of the incident with Eric Garner…
Crime Scene Preservation for Street Cops
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 4
This program promises to be an invaluable edition for police officer training. It 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…
Animal Abuse: Why Cops Can and Need to Stop It
Part of the Series: Special Issues
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. Studies show that people who abuse animals also abuse other people. Just for…
Rapid Response to The Active Shooter
Part of the Series: Special Issues
This outstanding 60 minute training video details the latest tactics for dealing with an active shooter. At Columbine, the SWAT Team was unable to form and enter the high school for some 45 minutes after the incident started. All the…
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…
Simple Spanish Commands
Part of the Series: Special Issues
With almost absolute certainty all peace officers at some point in their careers will deal with subjects who speak only Spanish. The Hispanic minorities in many of our urban and, indeed, rural communities are growing at a fast rate. Even…
Cops and Ethics
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 13
This video presents ethical situations faced by real law enforcement officers and both their positive and negative response. It focuses on real-world situations, the response, and the consequences. Not all of what is included is flattering to law enforcement. It…
Dealing With The Mentally Ill - Crisis Intervention Training
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 6
An in-depth look at the excellent Crisis Intervention Training program many departments are using successfully in dealing with the mentally ill. This program features what's working for officers who must consistently deal with mentally ill subjects and provides vital "lessons…
The McVeigh Stop / Trooper Hanger Talks
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 11
The Oklahoma State Trooper who stopped Timothy McVeigh after the Oklahoma City bombing talks about one of the most important stops in history. Learn how it all came about and how little things can mean a lot. Issues Addressed: Traffic…
Strip Searches
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 9
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. Issues Addressed:…
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 /…
Grateful Dead Concert
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 1
Negotiators talk down a potential suicide at a Grateful Dead concert. The concertgoers were unable to get to the venue until the negotiation with the gunman was over. The cops had two fronts, the gunman and the crowd. The issues…
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…
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…
The Do’s and Don’ts of Serving Warrants
Part of the Series: Special Issues
It can be the law enforcement officer's most dangerous task. This 11-minute video hits the major points of how to prepare for serving the warrant, and executing it. It's a bargain at our price. Issues Addressed: Warrant Service