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De-escalation Tactics – Part Four

This four part series is designed to be a brief introduction to the field of non-violent resolution tactics. Part One – Underpinning Principles Part Two – Verbal Approaches Part Three – Body Language Part Four – Personal Psychology PART FOUR – PERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY This element of de-escalation tactics is perhaps the most important and most […]

Legal Underpinning – why you should teach appropriate techniques

I’d rather be judged by twelve than carried by six. It’s a common dictum that I don’t like. I don’t like it  because it indicates a casual, often sloppy approach to training and rules of engagement, one that is bad for the trainee and bad for others in the environment they enter. To me the […]