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Apr 15, 2011
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Topic: A Broader View / opinions on self defense in corrections

Look at any Law Enforcement Agency, they have specific “training” whether it is called defensive tactics, self defense, or what ever. In a POST certified agency such as Police and Sheriffs their training is intense. They may use their tactics as much as a prison officer but is less likely. I know that inmates ARE criminals and ARE in better shape than the general public. So WHY would any of this nations prison Officers allow their department to short change their life?

Departments have been sucessfuly sued by officers and family of fallen officers for lack of training. This is a cost savings idea, give a little up front, save in the end. Our of our lives, whether it is on the street or in the block is worth more than just adequate. If this were allowed, a BB gun for our New York Cops will be better than nothing if the legislators get away with it.

Dont be rude, but speak up, ask questions, make good suggestions, see what your local departments do as well as other state prisons. Look to California, they do not mess around.

 
Apr 09, 2010
Mccorquodale badge FOPvp1az2rsk 2 posts

Topic: A Broader View / opinions on self defense in corrections

Use what the inmates are learning, MMA. Inmates in Arizona are constantly practicing from tv MMA. Best thing I can tell you is take a combative style martial arts that practices with multiple attackers such as Krav Maga, Russian style of Savate, Jiu Jitsu,ect. The pretty stuff is just that and not much for the real worl.

Being in shape to take on the countries strongest and most athletic phsyco’s bunnies.




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