POLICE Magazine

JAN 2019

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LAW ENFORCEMENT EDUCATION PROGRAM TUESDAY, JANUARY 22–THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 MONDAY, JANUARY 21 8:00 AM–5:00 PM The Most Defensible Position Possible Bassano 2601 | NTOA1 Law enforcement agencies invest significant time and resources in training and response capabilities in order to prepare themselves for critical incidents. But have you invested in your defensibility? This seminar will explore the most recent and relevant civil litigation cases that impact law enforcement operations. Attendees will have a better understanding of how to ensure their agencies have taken the steps necessary to ensure their decision making and subsequent operations are in the most defensible position possible. Sponsored by: 5:30–7:00 PM Kickoff Meet & Greet for Law Enforcement and Armed Forces Canaletto Restaurant, Grand Canal Shoppes | LE01 The evening before the show opens, meet with other law enforcement agencies, armed forces SPECIALIZED TRAINING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Improve performance, leadership and field strategies through the Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP). The SHOT Show partners with organizations such as Police Magazine, the National Tactical Officers Association and leading manufacturers to present the latest strategies for successful response and engagement on scene. REGISTER TODAY! WWW.SHOTSHOW.ORG/LEEP representatives, education speakers and leading manufacturers at this popular networking event designed to give you time to build connections, ask questions and share experiences. Sponsored by: TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 8:15–9:45 AM Active Shooter Update Marcello 4505–4506 | LE03 Active shooter events continue to concern communities and their law enforcement agencies. This presentation will review recent incidents for lessons to be learned and examine the ongoing evolution of law enforcement response. The NTOA's Advanced Response Patrol Officer program is designed to prepare first-arriving officers to confront and neutralize the threat and save lives. Don Alwes & Chris Periatt Sponsored by: 8:15–10:15 AM How Do We Train the Elephant to Respond Under Stress? Marcello 4404–4405 | LE02 "How do we train the elephant to respond under stress?" is a comprehensive and holistic method that highlights the best practices for LE training. This method, which encompasses digital simulation and force-on-force training, holds significant impact for trainers. Training time is a scarce resource in law enforcement, and must be effectively utilized. This course discusses how maximizing the use of training time is critical to the successful outcome of our students in law enforcement contacts. Lon Bartel Sponsored by: 10:45–11:45 AM Universal Defensive Tactics | "That Was Then, This Is Now" Marcello 4404–4405 | LE05 The world is changing and so are the physical threats to public safety. Law enforcement is dealing with a level of physical violence and media scrutiny like never before. Many officers are

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