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Learn new practical law enforcement skills on the go. Tactical Blue TV teaches practical training you can apply right now. We know you want to train more, but you don't have time. We know you have other commitments, but police training is essential for your survival.

Sgt. Hector Solis with his experience as a law enforcement professional, brings unique leaders in the industry to talk about police topics without red tape. Stay up to date with the latest laws, tactics, and training, increase your confidence, and improve job performance. Sit back, relax, and take notes. You are about to listen to the best law enforcement podcast in the nation.

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Learn new practical law enforcement skills on the go. Tactical Blue TV teaches practical training you can apply right now. We know you want to train more, but you don't have time. We know you have other commitments, but police training is essential for your survival.

Sgt. Hector Solis with his experience as a law enforcement professional, brings unique leaders in the industry to talk about police topics without red tape. Stay up to date with the latest laws, tactics, and training, increase your confidence, and improve job performance. Sit back, relax, and take notes. You are about to listen to the best law enforcement podcast in the nation.

    Episode 20- National Police Week

    Episode 20- National Police Week

    Texas celebrates the legacy of our fallen Peace Officers. Officers from many jurisdictions, as well as, federal agencies attended the candlelight vigil at the Texas Peace Officer Memorial Monument in Austin, Texas.   The memorial monument is located in the premises of the Texas State Capitol Building. The names of all the fallen Texas peace officers are engraved on granite obelisk on a base with a Texas Lone Star.   

    • 17 min
    Episode 19- Red Flag Gun Laws: A Legal Way To Violate People's Rights

    Episode 19- Red Flag Gun Laws: A Legal Way To Violate People's Rights

    "Extreme Risk Protection Order" (ERPO), also known as Red Flag Gun Laws, is a legislative statute which is supposed to help law enforcement. The law strips anyone with mental illnesses from possessing firearms while undergoing a psychiatric evaluation. The police officer will have to apply for a warrant with a judge. After the judge finds credible and substantial facts, the person is a danger to themselves and others, and then officers might seize the person's firearms for some time. 

    • 22 min
    Episode 17- Tactical Duty Belt Setup

    Episode 17- Tactical Duty Belt Setup

    Have you ever wondered what tools police officers have in their duty belts? Today, I explain all the tools I carry in my duty belt as well as why certain devices are in a specific position. It's not about comfort, but tactics. If you like this podcast, follow me on other social media: @tacticalblue

    • 12 min
    Episode 16- Omega Holsters Tactical Review

    Episode 16- Omega Holsters Tactical Review

    Today, I'm changing gears to talk about a great product I use daily during my 10-hour shifts, Omega Holsters. I found these products on a police Facebook page, and I decided to try them. The number one reason I purchased the product was the double handgun/AR-15 magazine combo. I was impressed when I saw it, so I decided to give it a try.

    • 13 min
    Episode 15- New 2019 Chevy Tahoe Police Package

    Episode 15- New 2019 Chevy Tahoe Police Package

    My police department just purchased two brand new 2019 Chevy Tahoe with the Police Package. All the new features, the performance, and add-ons make this SUV a great purchase! Many police departments are debating whether they should purchase this big vehicle. However, the most important thing to consider is the customization and space this SUV offers for the patrol officer.

    • 7 min
    Episode 14- How Police Stop Innocent People, Legally!

    Episode 14- How Police Stop Innocent People, Legally!

    Many police officers get confused regarding when we can stop people who run away from us. Some supervisors say, "If they weren't committing a crime, then don't stop them." However, the U.S. Supreme Court says it's okay to detain innocent people who run away from you for no apparent reason. Check out this episode of Tactical Blue, and I guarantee you'll learn something new plus I made the podcast a little funny to break the boring info!

    • 7 min

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