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I found this video originally posted on @policefitnessnutrition
These officers had great awareness considering all of the factors taken into account on the side of the road!
They remained cautious of the subject and the traffic. They pulled the subject out of harms way etc.
Objectively, I wonder what prevented the officers from maintaining control after the subject was on his back.
It could be from a lack of knowledge or the subject having tremendous strength or whatever. One thing I did notice is that it seems both officers continue to hold a tool in one hand while trying to maintain control. Could this be part of the problem? I’m sure they have some reasoning for this or maybe they were so focused on the fight they forgot the tool in their hand.
Maybe they were trying to let him ride the lightening again or trying to utilize a second taser. I don’t know.
I do know that I don’t want a subject to get back up when I get them down. Can we train for that pivotal moment in a fight when we must transition between our options (taser vs committed control position)?
What are your thoughts officers and similar types? ———————————————————- 🇺🇸AF *for educational and training purposes*
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