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    Quote Originally Posted by jlw View Post
    Part III: 8/5
    Part IV: 8/19
    Part V: 9/9
    Part VI: 9/16
    Excellent, jlw, looking forward to each and everyone of these. This series should be required listening.
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    Civilian Carry Radio #154 - Realities of Police Training, Part III

    Dobbs, Bolke, Weems.

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    Civilian Carry Radio #159 - Realities of Police Training, Part IV

    Haggard, Dobbs, Bolke, and Ellifritz! It's about damn time, holy bologna.

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    Anyone have a link to the video of the female Los Angeles police officer who's being sued, discussed in Part 3 at about 1:03:30?
    The man who works with a stick is going to defeat the man who plays with a sword.

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    Toni McBride.

    https://www.nbclosangeles.com/invest...th-la/2415270/

    https://pistol-forum.com/showthread....1085407&viewfu

    There is some discussion about it in that thread and I believe the 'Shooting incidents in the news' thread.

    Edit: also some recent developments:

    https://www.dailybreeze.com/2020/08/...nion-official/

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    The next installment is tonight. The panel is Bolke, Ellifritz, Aqil Qadir, and Weems.
    I had an ER nurse in a class. I noticed she kept taking all head shots. Her response when asked why, "'I've seen too many people who have been shot in the chest putting up a fight in the ER." Point taken.

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    Civilian Carry Radio #150 - Realities of Police Training - Part V, Urban vs Rural PDs



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    Civilian Carry Radio #160 - Realities of Police Training, Part VI

    Final episode. Fellas, if six hourplus sessions with several of the current and former lawmen out of the TacCon crowd can pass without you listening to a single one, shame on you.

    Bolke and Dobbs, Haggard, Ellifritz.

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    I have been listening to these on my long commutes. Good stuff!

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    Iíve listened to all of the episodes. All of the panelists did a quite solid job of articulating, communicating, explaining some of these realities from the cop perspective.

    At the start of the last episode, the initial question had to do with the public. Specifically, what about the public needed to be fixed (or something close to that).

    Aside from Wayneís commentary on citizen police academies, there was little discussion on what the public needs to do. I donít recall any discussion about the community getting an education on their responsibilities and what the cops can & canít do. Think functional civics.

    One other area that didnít get covered was events where cops Ė who were well trained Ė followed their training and used force well only to have a community, its media, and SJWs go full tilt stupid after an event. Simultaneously, the agency fails miserably by not educating the populace, the politicians on what happened.

    In addition to better hands-on, scenario, and simulation training for the cops on the road (admin needs to attend that training), the administrators need training on communicating why their cops did what they did. Those conversations need to legal and practical reasons as well as human factor issues. If the admin isnít capable of doing that, they need to be removed.

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