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Advanced Concepts in Defensive Tactics
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Table of Contents

Use of Force
When Do Officers Use Force?
Who Assaults Officers?
Types of Force Used
Injuries and Lawsuits
Endnotes
Dynamic Resistance-Response Model (DRM)
Endnotes
Choosing to Survive: The Warrior Mindset
Medical Survival
Causes of Death
Lack of Training
Lack of Planning
Carelessness
Overconfidence
Mental Preparation
Physical Fitness
Warrior Checklist
Drills for Warriors
Endnotes
Staying Safe
Essential Fundamentals
Balance
Redirection of Force
Position of Survival
Body Mechanics
Distance
Drills
Endnotes
Get Out of the Way!
Movement Drills
Endnotes
Handcuffing and Searching
Subject Control
Option 1 (Attach and Move)
Option 2 (Arm Bar)
Option 3 (Chin-Neck Takedown)
Option 4 (Resister Actions)
Option 5 (Resister on the Ground)
Drills
The Art of Not Getting Hit
GET 1 (Guard, Extract, Tactical Advantage)
GET 2
Drills
Endnotes
Countering Common Attacks
Grab
Bear Hug
Headlock
Choke
Drills
Generating Power with Your Personal Weapons
Relaxation
Rotation
Identification
Penetration
Personal Weapon Techniques
Hand Strikes
Straight Hand Strikes
Hooks and Uppercuts
Kicks
Roundhouse Kick
Front Kick
Stomp
Head Butts
The Best Personal Weapon Ever!
Drills
Endnotes
Surviving the Ground War
Drills
Endnotes
Bilateral Vascular Restraint (BVR)1
Drills
Endnotes
Impact Weapons
Drills
Pepper Spray
Endnotes
Electronic Control Device (ECD)
Endnotes
Weapon Retention and Disarming
Handgun Retention
Handgun Retention with Multiple Subjects
Handgun Disarming
Weapon Disarming from the Front
Weapon Disarming from the Rear
Long Gun Retention
Long Gun Disarming
Drills
Endnotes
Just for Law Enforcement Executives and Use of Force Instructors
Endnotes
Conclusion
Index

About the Author

FBI, Houston, Texas, USA

Reviews

Chuck Joyner's new book, Advanced Concepts in Defensive Tactics: A Survival Guide for Law Enforcement, is an eye-opener -- for two reasons. First, his years of experience in use of force allow him to connect the dots between ethics, tactics, and techniques. They are not three things, they are one thing. As Chuck says: "The meaning of life is to protect and serve." He also tackles well-known, but difficult to address challenges regarding defensive tactics competence. It is extremely difficult to maintain physical skills proficiency with an average of only 4 or 5 hours a year of sustainment training. Chuck's book offers a shortcut to direct and effective tactical movement and techniques for the street that get to the very heart of officer survival. Highly recommended! --Jack Hoban is President of Resolution Group International (RGI) and Subject Matter Expert for the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP)

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