Roll Call

Bike Laws and Safety

Video on bike laws and safety produced by MassBike and co-produced by Boston PD, with a grant from DPH

Duty Trumps Doubt

Jane Doe No More, Inc. teamed up with Mom & Pop Films of Easton, CT and Quinnipiac University to develop ‘Duty Trumps Doubt’, a roll call video for law enforcement responding to a sexual assault crime.

Harassment Prevention Order & Bullying

This is a Roll Call video produced by MPI. Chief James Hurley gives us a heads up on Harassment Prevention Order and how it can help reduce bullying. Plus, Jack Collins discusses the new Harassment Prevention Order law.

Michelle Nortons Story

One of the most popular programs of the IACP Foundation is Michelle Norton’s Story. This video tells the compelling narrative of a mother whose two sons were killed in the course of a law enforcement officer’s emergency response to a report of domestic violence.

Dynamic Interior Vehicle Handcuffing

A demonstration of the Dynamic Interior Vehicle Handcuffing Technique which was developed by Deputy Al Cardarelli of the Broward County Florida Sheriff's Office. This demonstration will show how you can gain a tactical advantage when you are about to go "hands on" with an individual while still in their vehicle.

Suicide Prevention for Detainees

Lt. Dan Sklut discusses policies and procedures for preventing suicide in lock-up facilities.


Suicide Prevention - The Call

Dr. Barry Feldman and Dr. Leo Polizoti discuss the topic of suicide prevention in the general public as well as police officer suicide and suicide in lock-up situations.

Brookline Presents - Booking a Prisoner

Brookline Police Dept Presents "Booking a Prisoner" Starring Freddy and Tom. Run Time: 11:50


Dealing with School Bullying

Bullying in schools is widespread and often goes unreported. It is perhaps the number one source of student security concerns. While parents look to the police for guidance, the most effective responses must come from school administrators. Physical, verbal and psychological attacks occur at all grade levels, with grammar school students being bullied the most frequently.

Electronic Crime Prevention

Desperado's, thieves, cheats, and liars are often more experienced than the average user, and can hide behind the anonymity of your computer screen. Today we conduct many transactions across the internet, facing only a computer screen, instead of the face of a local retailer, banker, librarian or town official.

MPI Suicide Prevention Series

Dr. Leo Polizoti, Ph.D., and a noted police psychologist, discusses police officer suicide and what can be done to prevent it. He also puts the topic of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) on the table and the issues combat veterans face when returning to civilian police work after being deployed overseas.

Seizure of a Fleeing Suspect

Jack Collins discusses the May 17, 2010 SJC case, Comm. V Franklin. In this case the suspect flees from the police, even before questioned. The Police chase the suspect and pull him off a fence.

New Harassment Prevention Order

The legislature passed a new law, called chapter 258E, to fill what we all recognized was a critical gap in the law by providing victims of criminal harassment, stalking and sexual assault, regardless of their relationship with the defendant, with the ability to obtain harassment prevention orders against their perpetrators.

Combating Teen Dating Violence

Lt. Moderated by Dr. Carrie Mulford, an NIJ social science analyst, the hour and a half program addressed such topics as school-based preventive initiatives with at-risk youth and links between pregnancy and interpersonal violence, among others.

COMMUNITY POLICING - Perspectives in Peabody

Chief Robert Champagne, Pastor Claudio Lopes, and Martha Holden discuss underlying issues and present solutions pertaining to the relationship of the Brazillian community and the police in Peabody, MA. Community policing techniques including a dialogue with the immigrant population and how best to serve them is presented.

Emotionally Disturbed Persons

Dealing with the emotionally disturbed has always presented a quandary for law enforcement. Individuals suffering from mental illness are often those who suffer immensely, and as such, elicit sympathy from the rest of the population.

EXCITED DELIRIUM

We all know of excited delirium incidents that go south after police intervene. But we rarely hear of a case that turns out safely for everyone involved because the cops knew how to correctly approach this volatile, often deadly phenomenon. The video below is a great example of how officers have approached these volatile situations with successful results.

The Victim's Voice BARCC

Law enforcement officers play an essential role in protecting their communities from sexual perpetrators and positively impacting a victim's healing after an assault. How a victim copes after a sexual assault is influenced by their experiences and treatment by others after the crime.

Victims With Disabilities

Crime and violence are sometimes difficult topics to talk about, but it is critical to understand that child abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, financial fraud, homicide, drunk driving, and many other crimes affect the lives of individuals with disabilities.

Racial Profiling Part One

Training to police chiefs on using traffic stop data to prevent or address allegations of racial and gender profiling. Practical suggestions concerning engaging community leaders in a meaningful dialogue, the phenomenon of unconscious bias, and using statistics as a management tool are also discussed.

Racial Profiling Part Two

Training to police chiefs on using traffic stop data to prevent or address allegations of racial and gender profiling. Practical suggestions concerning engaging community leaders in a meaningful dialogue, the phenomenon of unconscious bias, and using statistics as a management tool are also discussed.

Racial Profiling Part Three

Training to police chiefs on using traffic stop data to prevent or address allegations of racial and gender profiling. Practical suggestions concerning engaging community leaders in a meaningful dialogue, the phenomenon of unconscious bias and using statistics as a management tool are also discussed.

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