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Preparing for the Unpredictable: Simulation-Based Active Killer Training 

Published on January 5, 2023

Preparing for the Unpredictable: Simulation-Based Active Killer Training 
  It’s not your imagination: Active killer events are becoming more common and less predictable. As a result, they are also increasingly difficult to contain and resolve and more deadly. According to the FBI, active shooter incident data reveals an upward trend; the number of active shooter incidents identified in 2021 represented a 52.5% increase … Continued

Seamlessly Add Live Firearm Training & Situational Awareness to Every Duty Cycle

Published on October 25, 2022

Seamlessly Add Live Firearm Training & Situational Awareness to Every Duty Cycle
The last several years have proven challenging for private security firms. An increase in crime—both against property and people—has driven demand for security guards and other safety and security professionals. Meanwhile, a tight labor market and challenging work conditions have kept these professionals in short supply. Now, more than ever, security firms need to be … Continued

Shooting Range Lead Cleanup: Indoor Best Practices

Published on July 7, 2022

Shooting Range Lead Cleanup: Indoor Best Practices
  Lead exposure from shooting range operations isn’t just a hypothetical concern. Studies have repeatedly found elevated blood lead levels in recreational shooters who regularly visit shooting ranges. Based on this 2014 work from the CDC, it seems likely that at least 400 people land at a doctor’s office yearly with elevated blood lead levels … Continued

Shooting Range Lead Removal: Outdoor Best Practices

Published on July 1, 2022

Shooting Range Lead Removal: Outdoor Best Practices
  Around 60,000 metric tons of lead ammo is fired in the US each year, most of it at shooting ranges. That’s a lot of lead being released into the air—where it immediately coats shooters’ faces and hands—and scattered on the ground—where it may leech into groundwater or migrate beyond your property. Without reliable shooting … Continued

What to Consider When Building a Home Shooting Range

Published on June 8, 2022

What to Consider When Building a Home Shooting Range
  We all recognize that frequent practice is vital to being able to safely and effectively handle a firearm and reliably put shots on target. Nonetheless, less than 13% of all U.S. gun owners report regularly making it to the range. Roughly half of all gun owners say they go to a range rarely if … Continued

Exhibitors of Tasleeh Holding Group takes part in the Conclusion of World Police Summit 2022

Published on March 30, 2022

Abu Dhabi, UAE: The 4-day World Police Summit 2022 at Expo 2020 Dubai has arrived to its conclusion yesterday, and Tasleeh Holding Group with their partners in attendance expressed their appreciation for the successful commencement of the event bringing together our respected police officials, law enforcement, government authorities, and organizations operating in the field of … Continued

New Research Suggests Perceived Familiarity with Officers Reduces Crime

Published on March 11, 2022

New Research Suggests Perceived Familiarity with Officers Reduces Crime
  Coffee-with-a-cop, fitness challenges, and ride-alongs are some of the efforts made to bring law enforcement and citizens together in community-oriented policing. This increasingly common practice has been studied at length in the past four decades and is a central component of 21st Century Policing. While community policing isn’t new, emerging insights may change the … Continued

Demands for Police Reform Training Necessitate Modern Policing Solutions

Published on December 29, 2021

Demands for Police Reform Training Necessitate Modern Policing Solutions
  As calls for police reform echo throughout the country, police agencies are at a critical moment in time when taking stock of agency policies and training must occur, if law enforcement hopes to remain locally relevant and nationally respected. Police reform training must include de-escalation training, but this alone is not enough. It is … Continued

Virtual Event: Trauma-Informed Policing: Improving Mental Health and Public Safety

Published on November 8, 2021

Virtual Event: Trauma-Informed Policing: Improving Mental Health and Public Safety
  Join our Training Content Specialist, Jeff Carek, and other panelists for a conversation on Trauma-Informed Policing: Improving Mental Health and Public Safety. This virtual event is hosted by Ford School of Public Policy-University of Michigan on November 15. Police deal with trauma on a daily basis, which is not systematically addressed. That can lead to police … Continued

How Law Enforcement Agents Decide Whether to Use Deadly Force

Published on August 3, 2021

Published on https://www.nbcboston.com/ By Monica Madeja  Published August 3, 2021  ATF agents said interactions can turn violent quickly — within minutes — and decisions need to be made in a split second while adhering to strict guidelines. In a split second, police may have to decide whether to use force and it can mean life or … Continued
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