Human Factors in Law Enforcement: Ambient Vision

By |2020-07-13T17:40:57-06:00July 13th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

When we consider the fact that a near-contact assault against an officer (physical attack, impact weapon, edged weapon or firearm) can begin and be completed in approximately a quarter second or less, understanding the human factors involved becomes critical in order to properly train officers to have an effective response to those threats. One of [...]

Critical Human Factors in Law Enforcement: Foveal Vision

By |2020-07-08T12:49:41-06:00July 8th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

When officers are confronted with spontaneous threats at close range, the effective response to controlling and surviving these encounters comes back to realistic and research-based training. There are many human factors that trainers simply must understand in order to ensure we are developing and training effective techniques. One of these critical human factors has to [...]

Training Scar: Shot in the Head

By |2020-06-30T12:20:25-06:00June 30th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

There is a massive disconnect between the human factors of spontaneous, rapid threats at close range and the current law enforcement firearms training paradigm. The result of this defective training continues to result in police officers being shot in the head and neck in almost 80% of officer-involved shootings. Shot in the Head: We Have [...]