August 28, 2009


New Project Seeks “Reliable” Tool For Measuring OISs

A new research project getting underway at Washington State University in Spokane aims to develop a means to “dramatically improve the ability to measure police officer performance in deadly force encounters, and thus evaluate the impact of management and training practices.” The result “has the potential to help save lives” as well as to “increase...
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Force Science Finds Common Theme In Peak Performance

“Startling revelations” about police performance in force encounters will be revealed shortly by representatives of the Force Science Research Center at a gathering of cognitive and behavioral scientists from throughout the world in Rome, Italy. The findings are expected to have “profound implications” for future law enforcement training, according to FSRC’s executive director, Dr. Bill...
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