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Close-Quarters Combat

Close-Quarters Combat

The Close Quarters Combat topic covers defensive tactics and techniques for hands-on confrontations with suspects. News about the close-in battles between police officers and dangerous suspects, as well as tips, columns, and expert opinion on preparation for the assault, as well as for the inevitable legal battles that follow, are presented here.
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Tips

Video: Takedown from a blockout

In today’s video tactical tip, Tony Clarke and Robert Gianino of RFLX Tactical demonstrates some... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

Columns

Charging the bullet: A scientific evaluation of our tactics Duane Wolfe - The Warrior's Path

Charging the bullet: A scientific evaluation of our tactics

In 2011, law enforcement saw a surge in officers killed by gunfire and an even bigger increase in of... - Full Story

News

Video: Man arrested, struck by Wis. officer

Police will seek criminal charges against DUI suspect who resisted arrest - Full Story

News

al-Qaida links claimed by French gunman, police surround home in standoff

Suspect wanted in the killing of three Jewish schoolchildren earlier this week - Full Story

Exclusives

When do unarmed encounters become deadly force?

When do unarmed encounters become deadly force?

We have to realize that it's not very common for an officer to be attacked by a suspect intent on hurting or killing them. It's more likely the suspect is trying to escape, but we should not be less prepared to defend ourselves. - Full Story

Columns

When do unarmed encounters become deadly force? Ross Torquato - Control Concepts for Law Enforcement

When do unarmed encounters become deadly force?

In teaching officers to control violent individuals, we need to make some philosophical decisions. Fi... - Full Story

Videos

Primal, Protective and Tactical Response

An officer can use his or her tactics to make a fight happen, or an officer can be the subject of an unprovoked attack. Using psychology and physiology, Tony Blauer talks about the body's response.

News

Video: Officer injured when suspect resists

Reynoldsburg Officer Shane Mauger sustained a broken hand during the scuffle - Full Story

News

Video: Victim's family members attack murder suspect in court

Family members say the brawl was justice for Jessica Rojas, 25 - Full Story

Tips

Are you boxing shadows?

How many street officers actually train for a physical confrontation? Do you have the ability to move... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only



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