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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: Defending a wide punch

With MMA continuing to increase in popularity, many suspects have at least some level of training in... - Full Story

News

Video: Officer attacked at Ohio police station

Suspect jumped counter at booking station, punching officer and grabbing for his gun - Full Story

Columns

News from ILEETA 2011: Winning in a Lakewood-type battle Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

News from ILEETA 2011: Winning in a Lakewood-type battle

Don Gulla — a 27-year veteran of the King County (Wash.) Sheriff's Office — demonstrated numerous drills and exercises that can be used at roll call to help officers defend against an ambush or assassination attempt - Full Story

Columns

P1 First Person: Historical training method for modern law enforcement PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: Historical training method for modern law enforcement

By Josh Capilouto Los Angeles Police DepartmentThe elite warriors of old Japan, the samurai, were le... - Full Story

Tips

Use 'hooded drills' for maximum impact in minimum time

Hooded reaction drills have been used to sharpen elite special ops teams in the military for years, but... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

Columns

Distance = Time = Control: A formula for keeping complacency at bay Dan Danaher - Tactical Encounters

Distance = Time = Control: A formula for keeping complacency at bay

The three Cs — complacency, control, and cuffs — can mean the difference between winning or losing during on the street - Full Story

Columns

When 'less is more' in police training Ed Flosi - Taking Training to the Next Level

When 'less is more' in police training

As much as possible, design and practice techniques that use redundant core skills — keep it simple and keep it effective - Full Story

Columns

Using impact suit training effectively and safely Ed Flosi - Taking Training to the Next Level

Using impact suit training effectively and safely

Impact suit training plays an important part in developing an officer’s abilities in — an... - Full Story

Tips

Video: Using the reverse wrist twist takedown

In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor and renowned police defensive tactics trainer Joe Ferrera... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

Tips

Muscle strength versus body mechanics

Too often I witness our officers concentrating on body size instead of body mechanics. Strength is one... - Full Story



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