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Amaury Murgado

Amaury Murgado grew up in Miami, his father, Angelo Kennedy, a Bay of Pigs Invasion veteran. While other boys were playing with toys, Amaury...

The Anatomy Of Fear and How It Relates To Survival Skills...

An officer assigned to jail duty conducts a prisoner bed check when he observes that a male who was lodged in the drunk tank...

Sudden In Custody Death Syndrome (SICDS)

Introduction What is Sudden In Custody Death Syndrome (SICDS), or Positional Asphyxia, and why is being knowledgeable about it important to my department and its...

Law Enforcement Training and Use of Force

Introduction Police officers must use force when placing uncooperative subjects under arrest, as well as during situations of unrest (e.g. riots, protests where property is...

Control Fear with Knowledge

“I was parked on a side street writing a report when dispatch gave the neighboring car a call in my district. ‘See the bartender...

Close Quarter Baton Training with Police Safety Batons

We want to introduce the ActionFlex police safety batons that will improve law and security enforcement officer training. Security and law enforcement personnel have long had...

Police Officers Survival Guide – Staying Alive on the Job

Tom Kohl's Police Officers Survival Guide was written to help educate police officers on staying alive on the job as a police officer. Tom Kohl...

Police Officer Survival Guide – Complacency Can Kill You

The average police officer may work his entire career without having to discharge his weapon in the line of duty. This leads the officers...

Best Practices: Why the OODA Loop is Still Relevant

The OODA loop was created by Air Force colonel John Boyd in the late 1950s. He was a Korean War fighter pilot and a...

Best Practices: Leading By Example

Respect comes from leading by example. Anything I ever needed to know about leadership I learned serving in the U.S. Army prior to becoming a...

The Winning Edge: One Stance, Three Uses

If you sit around chatting with instructors who teach in law enforcement, you will find a great deal of diversity on any training topic...

Best Practices: Warrior Mindset

You probably hear about needing to have a warrior mindset almost daily. Books are published about it, motivational speakers make money speaking of it,...

Best Practices: Teamwork Minus the B.S.

We live in an age of political correctness where saying the right things seems to have more value than doing the right things. People...

Confidence and Competence

Confidence and Competence, this is one of my favorite topics of conversation. Why, because most people would rather talk a good game than actually...

Best Practices: Wargaming As Training

There is a school of thought that suggests good training is proportionate to the amount of money you spend; the more you spend the...

Best Practices: Dealing With Citizens Complaints

Dealing with Citizen complaints is not always easy, but treating irate citizens with respect and patience can help you stop serious trouble before it...

The Winning Edge: MMA Not Biggest Threat To Officer Safety

Takedowns, holds, and poundings, oh my! Don't pay attention to the man behind the curtain, Dorothy; you're not in Kansas anymore. The man behind the...

Best Practices: Critical Incident Delegation And Documentation

Critical incident delegation and documentation is as important as as the tactical side of an operation and Amaury Murgado explains how it will help...

Best Practices: Developing Training Acronyms

Effective training acronyms and teaching terms can communicate larger concepts in a few letters. Law enforcement officers present a tough audience for trainers and educators....

Best Practices: Maximize Initial Response

This Best Practices article discusses the importance of investing in your first 10 minutes in order to maximize initial response. Borrowing a line from the...