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The Bouncers and the Dojo

The bouncers at the strip-club's door know aikido -- and they ain't afraid to use it By Ben Westhoff - River Front Times (August 4, 2004) ~ Sensei...

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...

Minimizing Liabilities: Why Policies are Needed

Introduction Police administrators must face the issue of liability and the importance of  minimizing liabilities as part of their responsibilities as the department’s chief. Use...

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...

It’s All About Revenge For Gangs

One of the few absolutes in the world of street gangs is that when there is a gang-involved drive-by shooting, street brawl, or school...

The Neglected Aspect of Executive Protection

What does a multi-billionaire, an action star, a fashion designer, and the king of Sweden all have in common? They all got a pie...

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...

Peace 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...

Best Practices: Why the OODA Loop is Still Relevant

Understanding the mind’s decision-making process can help you calm down subjects and improve your own reactions. The OODA loop was created by Air Force colonel...

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