Rank #1: Get out of the car: Alternative patrol tactics
Rank #2: Post-OIS interview procedures that get results
Rank #3: A renewed debate about arming teachers
Rank #4: How Antifa puts police and the public in peril
Rank #5: Ordering food while in uniform
Rank #6: When the headline is you
Rank #7: Trends and takeaways from 2017
Rank #8: What should cops read this summer?
Rank #9: Should bump stocks and suppressors be illegal?
Rank #10: FGM in the USA: The reality of the brutality
Rank #11: Traffic stop safety: Tactics to keep officers safe
Rank #12: What's the best policy for police pursuits?
Rank #13: Cops speak out on no-pursuit policies
Rank #14: What it takes to be a great police leader
Rank #15: Why stop and frisk is paramount to officer safety
Rank #16: What the FBI's new report confirms about active shooters
Rank #17: Officer discretion and contempt of cop
Rank #18: Should simply drawing your sidearm be considered a use of force?
Rank #19: Should cops shoot at moving vehicles?
Meanwhile, agencies across America are instituting policies that all but prohibit shooting at violent subjects in vehicles. Jim and Doug discuss why they feel “no shooting at vehicles, ever” policies don’t make sense.