Use of Force; Policy Matters

Use of Force; Policy Matters (pre and post-incident) :

As a Use of Force instructor for the past several years, as well as an expert in human factors and an experienced video analyst, I have seen first-hand the critical differences between the intended purpose of a policy and how that policy is actually applied in the aftermath of a critical incident, particularly where an officer is expected to use reasonable tactics and objectively reasonable force. This is true especially for the pressing subject matter of police-involved Use of Force.

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Article #1 (Use of Force; Policy Matters (pre and post-incident): HERE

Article #2 (How do we use policy after the fact: (hindsight analytics, investigations, review.): HERE

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Monday, 04 March 2024

The CIR Team has logged thousands of hours of continued and focused education in the field of Human Behavioral Sciences as it relates to law enforcement and has also logged thousands of hours of documented instruction time with multiple law enforcement entities as instructors, lecturers and authors.