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But let's face it, not all training is worthwhile, not all subjects are fun and not all trainers are gifted educators. Here are some tips to get the most out of training — even bad training ... Full Story
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In this week's PoliceOne Video Tactical Tip trainer Joe Ferrera demonstrates an effective striking technique for distracting an uncooperative subject long enough for you to apply a transport wrist lock.
The strike allows you to avoid diminishing his capability to stay standing and walk on his own to your squad as a distraction strike to another part of the leg might do ...Watch this tip
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