Short Talk

Bullet Accountability in Officer Involved Shootings

Feb 21, 2022 | Podcast, Short Talks

Officers standing in a doorway with damage

Mike talks about the role of proficiency and stress management in prevent bad outcomes if we miss when we get in a shooting. We briefly touch on using deliberate practice and discipline to make sure we get it right, because you never know when that day will come.

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