Book Recommendations


New Book, Seminar Ask: ‘Am I That Man?’

Two veteran law enforcement trainers have launched what they hope will become an international mentoring movement for men who, they claim, are “facing more challenges and mixed messages” today than at any other time in history. At the core of the project is a thought-provoking new book, Am I that Man?, a collaborative effort by...
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A Sergeant’s Gritty Book Brings The Street To The Page

We don’t often recommend novels about cops, but here’s an exception: Black & White, by Det. Sgt. Wes Albers, a 23-year veteran of San Diego PD. Skillfully crafted, it’s exactly what reader reviews on Amazon say it is: “Something different, something authentic and gritty”…“enlightening about just who those guys in those uniforms and black and...
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A Fascinating Look Behind The Statistics Of Fatal Shootings

Reading mere statistics, even on a subject as vital as officer-involved shootings, can glaze your eyes after awhile. So it’s refreshing—and valuable—to come upon an in-depth treatment of deadly force that adds flesh and bones to stark numbers. Such is a fascinating new book, Pulling the Trigger: A 25-Year Study of Deadly Force Encounters by...
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Hot New Training Text From Force Science Advisor, With Excerpt

Force Science National Advisory Board member and award-winning law enforcement author Chuck Remsberg has just released a ground-breaking new officer-survival book, Blood Lessons: What Cops Learn From Life-Or-Death Encounters, which offers major training opportunities regarding traumatic use-of-force confrontations. Published by Calibre Press, a subsidiary of PoliceOne, for whom Remsberg serves as a columnist and senior...
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