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Occupational Medicine and Cumulative Trauma Disorders
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produced by Health E. Galaxy (Fort Lee, NJ: Health E. Galaxy, 2014), 33 mins
Virtually every practicing physician encounters patients presenting with symptoms associated with the workplace. Sometimes the answer is an easy ergonomic fix, other times the underlying problems are more complex. In this video, Dr. Horn provides historical perspectives on the development of workplace safety proto...
produced by Health E. Galaxy (Fort Lee, NJ: Health E. Galaxy, 2014), 33 mins
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Prostitution: What's The Harm?
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directed by Joanna Burge, fl. 1994; presented by Billy Porter; produced by Joanna Burge, fl. 1994, British Broadcasting Corporation (Northern Ireland: BBC Worldwide, 2014), 58 mins
A lively and thought-provoking documentary investigating the current state of prostitution in the UK and looking at young people's attitudes to the world's oldest profession. It is legal to buy sex in the UK, but there is a growing political movement to change that law. Reporter Billie J D Porter asks what the imp...
directed by Joanna Burge, fl. 1994; presented by Billy Porter; produced by Joanna Burge, fl. 1994, British Broadcasting Corporation (Northern Ireland: BBC Worldwide, 2014), 58 mins
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In the Line of Duty, Special Issue, Episode 4, Murder of a Georgia Deputy
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in In the Line of Duty, Special Issue, Episode 4 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2012), 56 mins
This instructional video, from Line of Duty, is about what can be learned from the killing of a deputy during a traffic stop in Dublin, Georgia.
in In the Line of Duty, Special Issue, Episode 4 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2012), 56 mins
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Corporate Governance
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produced by Ibrahim Mehmet, fl. 1996-2008, Law Vision; interview by Alex Elliott, fl. 2009-2012 (Australia: Law Vision, 2012), 34 mins
Corporate governance has a vital role to play in the accountability and performance of all companies, especially since the Global Financial Crisis. There is a trend in society towards openess, transparency and disclosure. This production carefully and critically explores this important subject. The requirements of...
produced by Ibrahim Mehmet, fl. 1996-2008, Law Vision; interview by Alex Elliott, fl. 2009-2012 (Australia: Law Vision, 2012), 34 mins
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How to Read a Subject's Body Language
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produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber; in Alabama Officer Beating, In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 1 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty), 5 mins
It is vital for police officers to learn how to read a subject’s body language in those early movements of a stop. Jim Crotty of Strategies for Officer Survival has some crucial signs that you need to know when a subject is about to blow.
produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber; in Alabama Officer Beating, In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 1 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty), 5 mins
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In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 4, Texas Hostage Incident
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produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber, in In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 4 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 39 mins
A Texas Department of Public Safety officer is briefly held at gunpoint after approaching a passenger during a rural traffic stop. His partner is attempting to cover the driver who had been stopped earlier for questioning. The officer is able to break free and both he and his partner fire a volley of rounds at the...
produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber, in In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 4 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 39 mins
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Bomb Scene Procedure for Patrolmen and Types of Bombs
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produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber; in Explosive Recognition for Street Cops, In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 6 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 4 mins
Former Boston Police Department bomb technician Randy LaMattina discusses the things a patrolman should NOT do when encountering a possible bomb; and explains the different types of bombs that law enforcement personnel often discover.
produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber; in Explosive Recognition for Street Cops, In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 6 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 4 mins
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In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 8, Dealing with Meth Labs
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produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber, in In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 8 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 39 mins
This video provides a street officer's informational and training program on methamphetamine use and lab detection. This video addresses the skyrocketing use of methamphetamines and the accompanying problems faced by law enforcement. Many meth safety issues for street officers are also addressed.
produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber, in In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 8 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 39 mins
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In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 11, Crowd Control
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produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber, in In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 11 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 42 mins
After years of dealing with unruly, often violent crowds during various Octoberfest events, the La Crosse, Wisconsin, Police Department has developed an approach which has become a national -even international- model for any law enforcement agency faced with crowd or even riot control. Highly recommended for all l...
produced by Don Marsh and Ron Barber, in In the Line of Duty, Volume 5, Episode 11 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 42 mins
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In the Line of Duty, Volume 6, Episode 3, Report Writing
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produced by Ron Barber and Don Marsh, in In the Line of Duty, Volume 6, Episode 3 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 30 mins
This video includes point-by-point tips and lessons for officers on report writing and features the lead instructor for report writing from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
produced by Ron Barber and Don Marsh, in In the Line of Duty, Volume 6, Episode 3 (St. Louis, MO: In The Line of Duty, 2011), 30 mins
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