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5 active countermeasure options–
Active countermeasures are used for the following reasons: Defend Distract Stun Impede Stop
Active countermeasures: Relative positioning drills– 4
We can never be exactly sure if and when an inmate will become violent. For this reason, officers need to become comfortable striking from all different types of positions because you never know wh...
Facility walls and foot traps as defensive tactical tools– 2
This video is part of the C1 2010 Mock Prison riot report: Jeff Johnsgaard shows how, when inmates make suprise attacks, officers can utelize simple foot traps and facility walls to gain control of...
Effectively utilizing the Foot Trap defensive tactic– 1
This video is part of the C1 2010 Mock Prison riot report: Jeff Johnsgaard of Sabre Tactical shows how to use several varations of the "Foot Trap" technique. Click here for more tactical tips with ...
Using pressure to leverage effective armbars and locks– 1
This video is part of the C1 2010 Mock Prison riot report: Jeff Johnsgaard of Sabre Tactical shows how, when attacked, you can leverage pressure against counter pressure to develop your own series ...
Cell extraction techniques at full speed– 12
This video is part of the C1 2010 Mock Prison riot report: In this drill, Suffolk County, N.Y. Sheriff's Office Emergency Response Team demonstrates the techniques they use to force complaince and ...
Forcing inmate compliancy during a disturbance–
This video is part of the C1 2010 Mock Prison riot report: What can you do when, during a riot scenario, an inmate resists your attempts to handcuff him? In this video, members of an FBOP Disturban...
The 'Awareness Matrix': Will you be ready?–
This is the second in a series of podcasts by Cpl. Warren E. Price of Orange County Corrections in Florida. In this podcast, Cpl. Price discusses what he terms the 'Awareness Matrix', or, in other ...
Controling a subject using the "Gooseneck" method– 4
In this tactical video Officer Mohamed, C1 columnist and Tactical Officer and Training Coordinator with Black Tiger Tactical System, walks us through the effective "Gooseneck" method for controllin...
Peace Story #3: First day, part 2–
For "First Day" part 1, click here.Here I show you exactly what the Chief could and should have said to me had he had the necessary Tactical Training known as Verbal Judo/Tactical Communication!
Peace Story #2: First day, part 1–
In this peace story I narrate my true experience of my first car stop where I Was challenged by the driver to ‘take him out’ and I did! I then received a complaint and the Chief chewed me out. When...
Peace Story #1: Why you need Verbal Judo–
Truly the only area officers have no required training is the one area where they get almost all their complaints—talking to people! Talking under pressure or in difficult situations is not a Natur...
Hostage negotiations in corrections vs. the street– 1
Corrections trainer Jerry Elliot talks about the the difference between coordinating a hostage negotiation in prison and on the street. BLUtube is powered by PoliceOne.com
Video: Transferring inmate with RIPP backboard system–
In this video, Milwaukee County House of Corrections Officers demonstrate how to use the RIPP Restraints back board system to transport a dangerous and violently-resisting prisoner from Point A to ...
Significant Medical Behavior: Tactical Response to Medical Emergencies–
=In my last tactical tip, I discussed how to recognize the signs and symptoms of Significant Medical Behavior, a term used to describe a broad category of life-threatening medical conditions from P...
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