NICOLE BURBRIDGE IS ABOUT TO BECOME A SECOND GENERATION
SPOKANE POLICE OFFICER AND CAME TO HER ACADEMY CLASS
TODAY WELL AWARE OF WHAT A DANGEROUS WEEKEND IT WAS
NICOLE BURBRIDGE/ SPOKANE POLICE RECRUIT 03;09 my
reaction is i need to train better and i need to train
harder and just have more situational awareness and
also help my fellow officers in blue have that situational
awareness as well 03;19
HOLD BIN SUPERFILE NATS MOC CITY FIGHT
LEARNING HOW TO ENFORCE THE LAW WITHOUT BREAKING IT.
LEARNING HOW DIFFUSE TENSE SITUATIONS AND GET PEOPLE
THE HELP THEY NEED ISN'T EASY.
NOW RECRUITS ALSO HAVE TO LEARN HOW TO AVOID SOMEONE
SNEAKING UP BEHIND THEM WITH A GUN.
GREG LEE/ OKANOGAN SHERIFF'S RECRUIT always seeing
what's around you, who's around you and that's also
why sometimes you're going to multiple people on on
just basic traffic stops 01;18
IN FACT, THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPARTMENT'S VETERAN OFFICERS
JUST WENT THROUGH IN-SERVICE TRAINING THAT DEALT STRICTLY
WITH AVOIDING AMBUSHES.
TAC OFFICER ART DOLLARD/ SPOKANE POLICE DEPT.
11;41 that same training also centered around not
i mean we don't want our officers to be so paranoid
that they are paralyzed in their ability to go out
and do their job 11;50
FILE PKG 10/29/14 NATS 34;53 whoop, what's the call?
this one he's on a cell phone.
POLICE AREN'T RUNNING SCARED BUT SAY WE COULD MAKE
THEIR TENSE LIVES A LITTLE EASIER BY LISTENING FOR
AND FOLLOWING THEIR COMMANDS EVEN WHEN WE GET PULLED
OVER FOR SPEEDING.
MICHAEL BRUNNER/ SPOKANE POLICE RECRUIT 06;58 i would
say not digging around in your pockets because that's
going to raise suspicion.
maybe you're reaching for your documents, may be it's
something else and we obviously want to stay safe
so we can continue doing our job.