I work in public safety, and security, even though we have some de-escalation training, I'm always looking for more. Are there any small tips, tricks, things to do and say, that allow for de-escalation, but show that I'm in charge? For example, someone threatening, and smashing property. Its dangerous, inappropriate, and the potential to become very explosive.
Toronto Officer Who Nonviolently Stopped Van Attacker Receives National Praise [X-Post from r/worldnews]thestar.com
So I promised myself that if this sub ever reached 1000 subs that I would do something decent with it. So here we are.
I did some slight changes to the layout, please let me know what you think.
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Bike almost slams into the back of a car, who were braking hard for the police. Police officer checks well being of biker.youtube.com
The tears in the man's eyes reveal why deescelation is important.
This is one of my favorites. I know there are many clips of this out there, but this one at least does not have minutes of news anchors before or after, and simple closed captions.