#8: Should Cops Stop Using Tasers? The Force Science Research Center Weighs In On The Controversy

 

 

#16: New Seminar on Officer-Involved Shootings: Learn How Landmark Force Science Discoveries Affect You

 

 

#19: FS News Readers Share Encounters With Naked Subjects

 

 

#29: 10 Training Tips for Handling "Excited Delirium"

 

 

#32: 10 Tips for Keep Tasers Safe, Effective and Accepted in Your Community-- Answers to Activists'  Accusations

 

 

#55: Excited Delirium Gets More Complicated; What Do To About It

 

 

#62: New Findings from FBI About Cop Attackers & Their Weapons

I. New Findings from FBI About Cop Attackers & Their Weapons

 

 

#67: Is Excited Delirium a Fake Condition Invented to Whitewash Abusive Force?

I. Is Excited Delirum a Fake Condition Invented to Whitewash Abusive Force? A Critical Look at NPR'S Recent Report.

II. Where to Find Out More - In Person - About How FSRC'S Unique Research Can Help You Survive on the Street & in Court

III. Kickin Ass! Dr. Bill Lewinski Achieves a Coveted 5th Degree Black Belt

 

 

#73: New Excited Delirium Protocol Issued by San Jose PD...and more

 

 

#87: "Canadian Response" Technique Brings Quick Restraint of Combative, Super-Strong Subjects

I. “Canadian Response” technique brings quick restraint of combative, super-strong subjects, FSRC advisor tells excited delirium conference

II. FSRC to bring reality to English Parliament

 

 

#119: More on downed officer rescue & important new court rulings

I. New study yields unique grid for computing suspect speed in officer attacks

 

 

#128: Recent training in Canada puts 71 new Force Science analysts in the field

I. Recent training in Canada puts 71 new Force Science analysts in the field

II. In pain? Swear your way out, new study advises

 

 

#136: Emergency doctors confirm excited delirium DOES exist

I. Emergency doctors confirm excited delirium does exist

II. Congratulations to 86 new Force Science Analysts

 

 

#137: Six updates of interest to Force Science readers

I. FSRC’s ground-breaking police driving program barrels toward the finish line

II. New patent will help expand research on unintended discharges

III. Can you sharpen your observation skills by studying great art?

IV. Civilian-oversight crowd gets a dose of Force Science

V. “Excited delirium” vs. “excited delirium syndrome”: A difference?

VI. “Star Tactic” video link

 

 

#175: Bath salts abuse, Controversy over forensic evidence and more.

I. As police deaths mount, what can you do now to stay safe?

 

 

#184: Should ER docs be required to report suspected cases of police brutality?

 

 

#196: Is prone positioning really riskier for suspects? No, says new study & more

I. A first for the Certification Course…and other training notes.

II. Is prone positioning really riskier for suspects? No, says new study

III. New expert report on excited delirium stresses 4-point protocol

 

 

#197: AELE analysis: When force against the mentally disturbed is justified & more

I. AELE analysis: When force against the mentally disturbed is justified

II. Correction & elaboration on prone positioning study report

III. Full excited delirium report now available free online

IV. How are you keeping the edge as you age? Trainer needs your help

V. University lecture series to honor FSI’s Lewinski

 

 

#201: Special protocol for ExDS response is valuable liability shield

I. Special protocol for ExDS response is valuable liability shield

 

 

#206: Bath Salts, "best tactics" for high-risk, weapon confusion & more

I. First roundup of “weapon confusion” cases now available free

II. New training aid reinforces “best tactics” for high-risk calls

III. A sergeant’s gritty book brings the street to the page

IV. After grisly attack, Canada acts to ban bath salts

V. Tactical tip for homicide investigators?

 

 

#210: Research roundup: New studies on use of force, ExDS, sleep, & more

I. Survey documents significant police “restraint” in use of deadly force

II. 1 in 6 uses of force may involve subjects with excited delirium

III. Snooze you lose? Nope, just the opposite where memory’s concerned

IV. Feeling tired isn’t the only bad result of too few Zzzzzzzzs

 

 

#216: Readers' opinions, experiences, findings on blue-on-blue tragedies

I. Readers' opinions, experiences, findings on blue-on-blue tragedies

II. Notable court cases: OIS breath testing & alleged excessive force

 

 

#221: New study: Fast, effective EMS option for excited delirium cases

I. New study: Fast, effective EMS option for excited delirium cases

II. Force Science principles reflected in 2 new books

 

 

#223: New series: Force Science successes in real-world cases

I. New series: Force Science successes in real-world cases

II. Prize-winning distortion: Coming to a theater near you

III. Inbox: Our readers write

 

 

#232: Solo officer risks & other truths about active shooter responses

I. Solo officer risks & other truths about active shooter responses

II. Free report: What courts say about handling the mentally ill

III. From our in-box: Collaboration strengthens bonds between services

 

 

#241: Large new study details realities of force use, including sudden deaths

I. Large new study details realities of force use, including sudden deaths

II. From our in-box: Our readers write

III. Campaign underway to create First Responders holiday

 

 

#244: Does Tasing cause "mental impairment" with legal ramifications?

I. Does Tasing cause "mental impairment" with legal ramifications?

II. From our in-box: Our readers write...

III. Sprint study now available in full online

 

 

#253: New study: "No fatal risk" in proning out violent resisters

I. A congratulations and a welcome to new FS Instructor Laura Scarry

II. New study: "No fatal risk" in proning out violent resisters

III. New findings on obese subjects & prone positioning

IV. Latest news on OIS that occurred inside an accelerating van

V. FS faculty member trains feds to interview "Persons of Concern"

 

 

#268: What locations are riskiest for you? New study IDs worst sites

I. What locations are riskiest for you? New study IDs worst sites

II. Force Science grad briefs grand jury on action/reaction realities

III. Police attorneys briefed on how to use science in officer defense

IV. NEW! StreetCon Training Conference launching January 2015

V. IACP Summary: Attention and Memory in Deadly Force Encounters

 

 

#272:Needed: A national campaign to attack dangerous deadly force myths

I. Needed: A national campaign to attack dangerous deadly force myths

II. What appeals court says cops should know about prone positioning

III. More on world's first study of body-worn cameras in action

 

 

#274:Lewinski named to expert panel to address president's task force

I. Lewinski named to expert panel to address president's task force

II. High court to decide how you handle the dangerous mentally ill

III. New civil rights suit invokes ADA in excited delirium case

 

 

#281: From research to court: Update on conducted electrical weapons

 

 

#328: Top award to FS researcher for new vest study presentation

I. Top award to FS researcher for new vest study presentation

II. New video training program seeks to counter biases in OISs

 

 

#335: What does it really take to kill someone with “compression asphyxia”?

I. What does it really take to kill someone with “compression asphyxia”?

II. New study: Some notable patterns in officer UOF injuries

III. In-box: Our readers write...

IV. Study of ballistic vests & public perceptions now available

 

 

#344: Electrical weapons & fires: How big is the risk, really?

 I. Electrical weapons & fires: How big is the risk, really?

II. Medical examiners & their blame of CEWs in ARDs

III. Damn near everything you ever wanted to know about CEWs!

IV. From our in-box...

 

 

#345: New book: Guidelines for investigating OISs, ARDs & custody deaths

I. New book: Guidelines for investigating OISs, ARDs & custody deaths

II. Mark your calendar: New WINx event coming

III. Update: Officer acquitted of manslaughter switches departments

 

 

#347: New court decision: Must de-escalation be tried first before force?

I. New court decision: Must de-escalation be tried first before force?

II. Free webinar: A “rational approach” to de-escalation policy issues

III. First day back on patrol...

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