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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

MILO Employees Earn 3 Year Certification With Sig P320 Armorers Course

Published on July 26, 2021

MILO Employees Earn 3 Year Certification With Sig P320 Armorers Course
  To lead off a new staff training and education initiative, MILO service, training, and sales staff attended the Sig P320 Armorers Course. Attending alongside a representative from the Massachusetts Police Training Council and the Brighton Police Department, MILO staff became certified on the SIG SAUER P320 pistol, a firearm often seen and utilized in … Continued

Understanding Adolescent Brains and Training to Keep Kids Safe

Published on July 13, 2021

Understanding Adolescent Brains and Training to Keep Kids Safe
  No police officer ever wants to be involved in a call where a child gets hurt. And yet, over the last 6 years, at least 111 children have been killed by police in the U.S according to the Washington Post. Just this year, 13-year-old Adam Toledo was killed by an officer on March 29 … Continued

Scott County Sheriff’s Office Complete Firearms Simulator Training

Published on June 25, 2021

Article published by: News-Graphic, Georgetown, KY By: Kyle Woosley   Officer-involved shootings have received an increase in national attention over the last few years. In an effort to keep deputies well-trained for these scenarios, the Scott County Sheriff’s Office has been training with simulated technology. According to the Washington Post, Kentucky has had more than … Continued

Creative Thinking—It’s Not just for De-Escalation

Published on May 3, 2021

Creative Thinking—It’s Not just for De-Escalation
  By Dr. Joy VerPlanck and Todd Fletcher We’re in a new era in law enforcement. Widespread calls for police reform are forcing policy makers, agency leaders, and instructors to adapt with new ways of doing the same job—in an environment that is definitely not the same as it once was. For instance, consider how … Continued

How Does an Officer Mistake a Gun for a Taser?

Published on April 30, 2021

How Does an Officer Mistake a Gun for a Taser?
  How does an officer mistake a gun for a Taser?  This question has been ricocheting around the Internet this last week as citizens, outraged, watch another deadly video, and hear the panic in an officer’s voice as she recognizes the horrific error she has made.   The answer to this question is as complex … Continued

New MPD Firing Range is a Go

Published on April 14, 2021

New MPD Firing Range is a Go
  More than a decade after the Maryville Police Department closed its firing range for wastewater treatment plant expansion on Wheeler Road, it’s set to build a new one at 410 Home Ave., before 2021 is out. Maryville City Council this week unanimously approved a bid for the most qualified contractor to build the range … Continued

NFL Alumni and Law Enforcement Officers Gather Together on the MILO Field

Published on April 8, 2021

NFL Alumni and Law Enforcement Officers Gather Together on the MILO Field
  There are only a few high-intensity professions that include hostile adversaries, a high threat of injury, and often unfriendly media attention. Not only are these professions difficult while performing—they have lingering effects in the home and when transitioning to new careers. The impact of this kind of mental stress on individuals and families among … Continued

Breaking News: Active Shooters and the Actions We Can Take Right Now

Published on April 1, 2021

Breaking News: Active Shooters and the Actions We Can Take Right Now
  It seems like there are daily Breaking News stories of yet another active shooter situation, while innocent people are in harm’s way as they are going to work, picking up groceries, eating dinner, visiting the doctor, getting gas, taking the kids to daycare, going to school. It is easy to feel helpless and angry … Continued

MILO Kicks off New Outreach Program with Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops

Published on March 23, 2021

MILO Kicks off New Outreach Program with Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops
  With a focus on the whole officer, MILO’s new holistic approach reimagines outreach potential for community—and officer—wellness and safety. The MILO-Cognitive division, evidence-based curriculum, and outreach training resources built on the foundation of cognitive research, recently formed a partnership with the makers of the Emmy Award-winning HBO documentary ERNIE & JOE: CRISIS COPS. The … Continued
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