Video Review and Training Development

How do we best extrapolate training from the video evidence of a critical incident?  Simply stated, when we review a video and we do not have all of the facts and data regarding why the behavior we see is unfolding, we "critique" the actions of those players in the video.  As trainers, we have to establish "RCA"  after a full analysis has been completed.   "RCA" means Replicate, Change or Avoid - in the development of training we must identify what behavior we seek to "replicate,"  what behavior we seek to "change," and in some cases, the behavior we seek to  "avoid" in the actions of those involved - (RCA). Without identifying these aspects of the event, we are simply critiquing the actions based on our own experience, our own training and our own "opinions."     This is not an analysis!  We must look specifically at the occurrence for what it is, not what we think should have happened, could have happened or would have happened "if".    Doug Wyllie interviewed Jamie Borden about this topic for  click below to read more;


What Police Trainers Can Take Away from the "Slap Heard 'Round the World" - Patrol - POLICE Magazine

What in the world does the Slap Heard 'Round the World incident at the Oscars mean for law enforcement training? For starters, it should reinforce the principle that reviewing police videos for the purposes of training is more than just watching a playback and playing MMQB.
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Tuesday, 21 May 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.