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FSI’s Lewinski To Explore 6 Key Factors For Timing OIS Interviews At IACP Conference

The critical and controversial question of when investigators should interview officers after a shooting or other high-intensity event will be addressed by Dr. Bill Lewinski, executive director of the Force Science Institute, at the annual conference of the International Assn. of Chiefs of Police this fall. Lewinski will explain the “six key psychological factors” to...
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10 Tips For Surviving Controversial, High-Profile Crises

Thumbtack this to your mental bulletin board. It may help you survive intact the next time you’re involved in a controversial OIS or other high-profile use of force. These tips are the distilled wisdom of 6 distinct voices from the trenches of street combat, sounded during a 2-hour panel discussion for chief executives at the...
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“Fraught With Perils”… But What’s Better? Experts Speak Out on New IACP Suicide-Bomber Guidelines

Part 2 of a 2-part Series Counter-terrorism expert Robert Bunker, PhD, won’t take questions about the provocative recommendations he wrote for 2 recent publications from the International Assn. of Chiefs of Police about would-be suicide/homicide bombers and how police officers can best preemptively kill them. Through an assistant, he declined to address inquiries from Force...
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Suicide Bombers: What New IACP “Training Keys” Say You Need To Know

Part 1 of a 2-Part Series If you encounter a subject you reasonably believe is a would-be suicide bomber, a recently issued and unusually aggressive set of guidelines published by the International Assn. of Chiefs of Police recommends that you: –shoot to kill the suspect, –deliver your round(s) to his or her head as the...
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