One question could save your life: What’s Important Now?
The officer who was driving this vehicle, California Highway Patrol Officer Mike Mitchell, survived this crash because he was wearing his seatbelt and body armor. Mitchell acknowledges that he failed to adequately consider WIN—What’s Important Now?—and was driving too fast at the time of the crash. Mitchell has become a Below 100 instructor and candidly shares his story when he presents.<!--More >-->
Active shooter situation teaches us that rapid deployment, rescue & trauma care are most important to save lives
In this image from television, a Columbine High School student is rescued by emergency personnel during the 1999 shooting spree at the school in the southwest Denver suburb of Littleton, Colo. (AP Photo/KCNC-TV Denver)<!--More >-->
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Leadership needs to hold officers accountable for complacency if they wish to curb LODDsRead More