Ore. police shoot man who rammed car into courthouse
SALEM, Oregon- Police shot a man after he crashed a truck into a downtown courthouse early Saturday, ending a pursuit that began when he allegedly set fire to several squad cars in a nearby town and shot at an officer who chased him
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(above) Police exit the Marion County Courthouse after a pickup truck that crashed through the front doors of the building Saturday in Salem, Ore. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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Post event de-escalation tactics
by Columnist & Instructor Gary Klugiewicz
One of the most under-utilized police verbal tactics is to employ "Subject Debriefing," i.e. a post event de-escalation tactic, at the end of a physical confrontation. When you're bringing a combative subject down
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