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Tactical Perfection For Street Cops

Tactical Perfection For Street Cops Author Steve Albrecht
ISBN-10 158160694X
Release 2009-04-01
Pages 256
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The key to police officer survival is doing the right things, the right way, under extreme stress, every time. Tactical Perfection for Street Cops teaches cops the lifesaving value of perfect repetition during any field situation, stop, radio call or encounter. Police training expert Steve Albrecht shares the secrets of veteran cops who have mastered streetwise ways to handle the variety of situations they face every shift: ringing alarms, domestic violence calls, loud parties, pursued felons, and the drugged, the ganged-up, the violent and the mentally ill. Albrecht breaks down the work into four categories: The Stops—Performing traffic stops, pedestrian field interviews, street gang contacts and pursuits in the patrol car and on foot. The Calls—Handling calls for domestic violence, robbery, burglary, prowler alerts and the latest and most tragic: school and workplace violence. Special Arrests—Dealing with hard-core professional crooks, transients, substance abusers and the mentally ill. Tools of the Trade—Searching, handcuffing and transporting suspects, and using nonlethal and lethal force. In police work, not focusing on the little details can be deadly. Learn from the "street and beat" knowledge of some of the most experienced police officers in the country and maximize your safety and success every time you hit the streets

Surviving Street Patrol

Surviving Street Patrol Author Steve Albrecht
ISBN-10 1581601298
Release 2001-03-01
Pages 278
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In this book, veteran San Diego Police Officer Steve Albrecht advises fellow officers of proactive measures they can take on a routine basis to improve their odds of going home in one piece. Whatever the challenge at hand, be it handcuffing noncompliant suspects, preventing suspect escapes, surviving group attacks, fighting on the ground, dodging bullets, protecting homicide scenes or dealing with the media, Albrecht has time-tested advice for handling it safely and effectively. In addition, on topics such as managing meth freaks; responding to domestic violence calls; avoiding AIDS, TB and other killers during searches; attending to the elderly; investigating rapes; and more, he offers invaluable insight on balancing compassion and integrity with aggressive, professional policing. This book will serve as a valuable learning tool for those street cops who, regardless of the size of their beat, agency, county or city, are out there on the front lines every day, putting their lives on the line while trying to do the right thing.

Contact Cover

Contact   Cover Author Steve Albrecht
ISBN-10 0398057737
Release 1992-01-01
Pages 145
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Advanced Patrol Tactics

Advanced Patrol Tactics Author Michael T. Rayburn
ISBN-10 9781889031545
Release 2001
Pages 178
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A wealth of training information that's proven, practical and straight from the street! Spans everything from tactics for shooting on the move, surviving low-light armed encounters, clearing a variety of buildings and safely handling domestic disputes to controlling the emotional elements of law enforcement work, mentally preparing for a life-and-death confrontation and surviving an unexpected off-duty encounter.

Tactical Survival

Tactical Survival Author Steven Varnell
ISBN-10 9780985382100
Release 2012-03-01
Pages 110
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Steven Varnell, the author of the acclaimed book Criminal Interdiction, has created another incredible survival guide for all. Tactical Survival was published as the number of police officers killed in America keeps increasing. The author has explored the top eleven areas of police work responsible for these deaths. They are dissected into an intensive and precise manual for learning the essential response tactics. Each is it's own chapter, streamlined, and with bullet points for easy access by the reader. Steven Varnell carefully exposes the actions in an easy to understand fashion with topics like foot pursuits, hands on combat, knife defense, firearms, weapons/ammunition selections, and much more. Everyone that reads Tactical Survival will walk away with a powerful understanding of self protection. Whether it is on the streets of this country or in the defense of your family and home, take the offensive lessons from this book and live. Tactical Survival is written by one of the most experienced interdiction officers anywhere. This experience shines through again with his second book of what has been described by many as "a must read" requirement for law enforcement and the public alike.

No One Trips Over a Mountain

No One Trips Over a Mountain Author Joseph Petrocelli
ISBN-10 1932777776
Release 2008-11-01
Pages 148
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Quick tips at a glance. This incredibly easy to read collection of quick-hit nuggets of advice, insights and observations will have a major impact on your safety and effectiveness. * Practical * Tactical * Emotional * Profound. Nearly a quarter of a century of knowledge and experience packed into this amazingly useful collection of police wisdom. Sections include: every cop knows..., tactical considerations, training for the job, and universal rules of police work. This pocket-sized gold mine is like having your FTO, your partner, your best buddy and your CJ Professor all sharing insights that will help you stay safe throughout your career.

Arrest Proof Yourself

Arrest Proof Yourself Author Dale C. Carson
ISBN-10 9781613748077
Release 2013-11-01
Pages 384
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This essential “how not to” guide explains how to act and what to say in the presence of police to avoid unnecessary arrests for petty offenses or mistakes in judgment that can lead to permanent disqualification from jobs, financing, and education. From what to do if a cop asks to search the car to dealing with a racial slur or how to handle a roach in the ashtray, this handbook details the nuances of dealing with the police. This revised and expanded edition of Arrest-Proof Yourself includes more than 100 pages of new information to reflect changes in police technique and “proactive policing.” More than 50 pages are dedicated to weaponry—including how to legally own and handle guns and knives and which firearms to use for self-defense—and updates examine topics such as the current surveillance state and the ability of police to track movements and activities using data drawn from cell phones and computers. Sprinkled with not only moral outrage but also the weird humor that permeates law enforcement, this urgent, eye-opening exposé has stories from 30 years of case files, making it the go-to guide to police procedures for all Americans.

Library Security

Library Security Author Steve Albrecht
ISBN-10 9780838913307
Release 2015-06
Pages 184
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Library work is really all about people. And the inclusive, welcoming nature of the library means that all kinds of people pass through its doors. Not all difficult patrons are dangerous, but some frighten staff and other library users, which can lead to situations that are distracting, troubling, and fraught with liability. For more than a decade, Albrecht, a 15-year police veteran, has presented workshops for libraries on dealing with challenging patrons. His no-nonsense advice will empower library staff in their personal security and give them the tools to confidently communicate with their colleagues, patrons, and members of law enforcement regarding inappropriate behavior. In this book he addresses security issues important to all libraries, including Specific guidance for common situations, such as unruly teens, unwanted sexual advances, chronically homeless substance abusers, and moreThe elements of an effective Code of Conduct and how to enforce itTips on how to manage internet usage to minimize potential problemsHow to align with patrons and use language that defuses the conflictForming partnerships with service organizations, homeless shelters, mental health advocacy groups, and other community resourcesHow to know when it’s time to call the police, plus ideas for increasing law enforcement supportWays to make the library more secure through changes to facilitiesThrough the methods outlined in this book, Albrecht demonstrates that effective communication not only makes library users feel more comfortable but also increases staff morale, ensuring the library is place where everyone feels welcome.

Use of Force Investigations

Use of Force Investigations Author Kevin R. Davis
ISBN-10 1470500124
Release 2012
Pages 180
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Jottings is a collection of poems written over a period of twenty years. Most of the poems in this collection are contextual. Written in different genres of poetry, while some of the poems appear as general statements but having a bearing on nature. Others are responses of the poet to social/economic/political issues and those related to women. The poems reflect the mood and views of the poet.While poems like "A Symbol of Beauty," "Horizon," "Loss" appear simple, they have an underlying meaning, the philosophy of life. In poems like "Disgusting" and "To a Brave Son," the poet points an accusing finger at the powers that be for the sorry state of affairs. "Love" brings out the true meaning of the word while describing the different stages in the life of a person. The life of a girl child form the theme of "Who Am I." The hapless condition of young women and children, especially girls, are brought to fore in "To Ponnus and Malalas" and "Sadist Minds." "Down Memory Lane" goes back in time.There are also satirical poems that take potshots at and ridicule the superstitious and the believers like "Light That Darkens," "In Fool's Paradise," "Onam," and "In Your Name." Again, while "Bapu" is on Mahatma Gandhi and his ideals, it ridicules all those who earned fame in his name. While "Motherland's Boys" talks of the deterioration of India-Pakistan relations, "How Many More Children Will You Kill" chides Israelis and Palestinians for deaths of innocent children. "An Unknown Past" looks at an old person struggling in vain to open the locked doors of her memory. There are also poems that talk of a personal loss and some that snub individuals that make haughty statements.All the illustrations in the book are by cartoonist and animator Mr. Swathi Jaikumar.

The Glass Castle

The Glass Castle Author Jeannette Walls
ISBN-10 9781439156964
Release 2009-10-06
Pages 288
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The child of an alcoholic father and an eccentric artist mother discusses her family's nomadic upbringing, during which she and her siblings fended for themselves while their parents outmaneuvered bill collectors and the authorities.

Modern Warfare

Modern Warfare Author Roger Trinquier
ISBN-10 142891689X
Release 1964
Pages 115
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Modern Warfare has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Modern Warfare also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Modern Warfare book for free.

Patrol Cop

Patrol Cop Author Steve Albrecht
ISBN-10 1610048946
Release 2016-06-01
Pages 268
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Patrol Cop is the fourth police book for Paladin Press by Steve Albrecht, a former San Diego police officer and current professional trainer. His other books in the series—Streetwork, Surviving Street Patrol, and Tactical Perfection for Street Cops—have been used by hundreds of individual police officers and departmental trainers across the nation to ensure officer safety and survival. There has never been a better time for Patrol Cop because of the dangerous and demanding environment faced by cops now. On a daily basis, cops put their lives on the line while dealing with the very real possibility of death, injury, lawsuit, or criminal prosecution. Plus, being in law enforcement takes its toll on the officers' relationships, physical health, and mental well-being. This collection of 77 columns provides vital officer survival/safety techniques and tactics in a short, readable format on such topics as active-shooter scenarios, domestic violence, drugs, gangs, being first on the scene, suicide by cop, and hot stops. It also contains hands-on training information for police supervisors to monitor the performance and welfare of the people under their command. The job of being a cop is about continuous learning. Steve Albrecht is committed to helping law enforcement professionals attain the knowledge to ensure a long, safe, and physically and mentally healthy career. As retired San Diego lieutenant and noted law enforcement writer and instructor John Morrison, notes in his foreword to the book: "Officer-survival skills are necessary and true, and must be taught methodically and realistically—but officer safety properly practiced will keep you out of a lot of officer-survival scenarios." Patrol Cop shows officers how to safely protect and serve their communities, and survive their shifts so they can go home at night.

Discipline Punish

Discipline   Punish Author Michel Foucault
ISBN-10 9780307819291
Release 2012-04-18
Pages 352
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In this brilliant work, the most influential philosopher since Sartre suggests that such vaunted reforms as the abolition of torture and the emergence of the modern penitentiary have merely shifted the focus of punishment from the prisoner's body to his soul.

Minimanual of the Urban Guerrilla

Minimanual of the Urban Guerrilla Author Carlos Marighella
ISBN-10 9781626310001
Release 2011-05-01
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Minimanual of the Urban Guerrilla has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Minimanual of the Urban Guerrilla also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Minimanual of the Urban Guerrilla book for free.

The Tactical Edge

The Tactical Edge Author Charles Remsberg
ISBN-10 9780935878059
Release 1986-01-01
Pages 543
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Extensive, advanced text of realistic tactical options for defeating violent offenders in life-threatening situations, including vehicle stops, domestic disturbances, armed robberies, building searches, barricaded subjects, and hostage officer crises. Addresses mental conditioning, tactical thinking and a host of special problems, whether you respond to dangerous calls alone, with a partner or as part of a tactical team. Used as a foundation for much training and for promotional exams.

Verbal Judo

Verbal Judo Author George J. Thompson, PhD
ISBN-10 9780062031686
Release 2010-10-12
Pages 224
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Improve communication, resolve conflicts, and avoid the most common conversational disasters through simple, easily remembered strategies that deflect and redirect negative behaviour. Verbal Judo is the martial art of the mind and mouth that can show you how to be better prepared in every verbal encounter. Listen and speak more effectively, engage people through empathy (the most powerful word in the English language), avoid the most common conversational disasters, and use proven strategies that allow you to successfully communicate your point of view and take the upper hand in most disputes.

Black Bloc White Riot

Black Bloc  White Riot Author A. K. Thompson
ISBN-10 9781849350501
Release 2010-10-12
Pages 192
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Are you taking over, or are you taking orders? Are you going backwards, or are you going forwards? White riot—I wanna riot. White riot—a riot of my own. —The Clash, "White Riot" Ten years after the battle in Seattle sparked an historic struggle against the forces of multinational conglomeration and American imperialism, the anti-globalization generation is ready to reflect on a decade of organizing that changed the face of mass action around the globe. Scholar and activist AK Thompson revisits the struggles against globalization in Canada and the United States at the turn of the century, and he explores the connection between political violence and the white middle class. Equal parts sociological study and activist handbook, Black Bloc, White Riot engages with the key debates that arose in the anti-globalization movement over the course of the past decade: direct or mass action? Summit-hopping or local organizing? Pacifism or diversity of tactics? Drawing on movement literature, contemporary and critical theory, and practical investigations, Thompson outlines the effect of the anti-globalization movement on the white, middle-class kids who were swept up in it, and he considers how and why violence must once again become a central category of activist politics. AK Thompson is a writer and activist living and working in Toronto, Canada. Currently completing his PhD in sociology at York University, Thompson teaches social theory and serves on the editorial committee of Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action. His publications include Sociology for Changing the World: Social Movements/Social Research (Fernwood Publishing, 2006).