Implicit Bias Training Positively Impacts Police – Community Interactions

Published on November 16, 2022

Implicit Bias Training Positively Impacts Police – Community Interactions
  Our biases have evolved from upbringing, education, and various experiences and exposures to threat in our lives and they exist to keep us alive. Unfortunately, our implicit biases also guide our interactions based on these stereotypes we’ve internalized and can result in unbalanced policing that increases vulnerability in the communities we are pledged to … Continued

Danville Police utilize a MILO Range Simulator Training for Quick, Effective Response

Published on November 7, 2022

DANVILLE, Va. – For law enforcement, making split-second decisions in life-or-death scenarios comes with the territory. That’s why the Danville Police Department is using the MILO simulator as a crucial part of their initial and remedial training. “You walk through it once; it’s very difficult to even hit a target under those stressful situations. And in that split … Continued

Operation Green Flight

Published on November 4, 2022

Operation Green Flight creates opportunities for the 446 AW members to review their readiness and allow Airmen to observe another unit’s training. The airman had to choose from three unique experiences: Flying on a C-17 Globemaster III Riding a razor Participating in a Security Forces’ virtual reality weapons simulator (MILO Range Simulator) “In my opinion, … Continued

Rossford academy students learn lessons using a MILO Simulator

Published on November 2, 2022

ROSSFORD — Rossford Citizen’s Police Academy students took part in the multi-media interactive training room at the Penta Career Center. The final Wednesday class of the nine-week course included three training subjects: the MILO Range simulator, a body camera discussion, and an introduction to Oggy, the therapy dog. Penta has a room dedicated to the … 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

MILO Cognitive Partners with Behavioral Pattern Recognition Experts Arcadia Cognerati to Create the Hoberman Series

Published on October 13, 2022

Arcadia Cognerati Combines its Renowned Human Behavior Pattern Recognition Methodology with MILO to Enhance Early Threat Recognition & Improve Decision-Making Arcadia Cognerati is the world leader in developing cognitive training content, leveraging both Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis (HBPR&A) and an understanding of the limits of human performance. Combined with MILO’s deep technical knowledge and ability to … Continued

Bartlesville Police Let Public Try Police Training Simulations

Published on July 29, 2022

Bartlesville Police invited the community to a hands-on experience answering a 911 call using the MILO Range Simulator. Bartlesville Police are hoping this will give a better understanding of the challenges they face. They open the MILO Range simulator to the public several times yearly. “Mostly, they’re very thankful, and they thank us for what … Continued

William James College Launches First-of-a-Kind Police and Mental Health Practitioner Co-Response Academic Training Program

Published on May 17, 2022

Under the direction of Dr. Sarah Abbott, the first clinician hired for the award-winning, internationally renowned Framingham Jail Diversion Program, William James College’s cutting-edge training program for law enforcement and clinicians will reshape the way first responders approach situations involving individuals in a mental health crisis. The program will use a MILO training system that … Continued

Emotional intelligence is touted as an essential officer skill. Here’s why, and how, officers should develop it.

Published on April 18, 2022

Emotional intelligence is touted as an essential officer skill. Here’s why, and how, officers should develop it.
Throughout the news, community policing grants, and the latest issue of Police Chief Magazine from the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), you will find a theme surrounding the essential skills of today’s law enforcement professionals. That language includes words like empathy, emotional intelligence, and mindfulness—stressing the importance of an emotionally regulated and sympathetic … Continued