Friday, October 24, 2014

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Training and Use of Force By Michael A. Sullenger

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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 being destroyed, etc.). As the administrator in charge of the police department the chief must provide guidance on the application and intensity of his officer’s use of force. Chiefs accomplish […]

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The Jim Wagner Use-of-Force Ladder

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Open Ladder Diagram Every adversary you come across is going to have the same level of fighting skills and the same reasons for fighting you, right? Wrong. You and I both know that human conflict is unpredictable because there are countless factors involved. Yet, with the way most self-defense instructors teach their students how to […]

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Civilian Use of Force Continuum

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According to the National Rifle Associations Right to Carry 2004 Report, 64% of all the citizens of the United States of America live in one of 38 Right To Carry States (RTC). The majority of states within the U.S. have laws and statutes that give an individual the legal right to defend themselves. Obviously there […]

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