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Reno Police Participating in Research Project; Aim to Improve Safety, Community Relations
The Reno Police Department is participating in a research study that will help police officers better respond to critical situations.
February 16, 2017 | News 4
Hillsborough Police Undergo Cognitive Command Training
Officers with the Hillsborough Police Department received new cutting edge training aimed at teaching officers a new way to think about their jobs.
February 6, 2017 | WRAL
Hillsborough Police Department Implements New Training Program
The Hillsborough Police Department recently adopted a new training program to help officers keep their minds on the job and stay professional in high-stress situations.
January 29, 2017 | Daily Tarheel
Baltimore police recruits receive cognitive training…
The Baltimore Police Department has hired a cognitive neuroscientist to train new recruits in a repetitive mental exercise intended to improve their performance in stressful situations…
August 24, 2015 | Baltimore Sun
Building a Better Police Force
For more than a decade, Jon Page, assistant professor of psychology, has been researching the effects of acute stress on job performance, with a focus on law enforcement.
August, 2015 | Dickinson.edu
Slow the game down: How to become an expert in LE
Once skills are automated and schemas are activated, a large portion of information processing is taken care of in the subconscious brain.
May 30, 2017 | Police One
The Brain Fills-In the Gaps
To understand the current description of how an officer can form inaccurate memories during a critical incident, you first need to understand a few things about your brain.
March 5, 2017 | Law Officer
The right mindset for ambushes: Listen to your gut
Using your threat detector on a regular basis takes practice; using it appropriately takes training. Here are some tips
August 24, 2016 | Police One
What fighter pilots can teach PDs about safer pursuits
In the air, if a fighter pilot needs to direct attention to a specific tactical navigation system for four or five seconds, he or she can do so safely — a pursuit driver does not have that same luxury
November 25, 2015 | Police One
The Brain Always Assumes Danger
The subconscious brain houses an amazingly complex pattern recognition system that is constantly monitoring the environment. Located in your back-channel are brain structures that detect and signal danger.
November 20, 2016 | Law Officer
Can stress and fatigue affect officer bias and decision-making?
The media and pundits say that race affects an officer’s decision to shoot and with some recent police shootings, anecdotal evidence points in that direction as well — but what does science say?
July 22, 2015 | Police One
How ‘tac-talk’ can prevent unintended discharges
Tac-talk at the “code word” level has been scientifically shown to build neural pathways in the brain that make actions automatic — a proven method for building muscle memory
May 13, 2015 | Police One
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