Tag Archives: Law Enforcement

Leadership Quote of the day – 001

“I don’t know what is taking you people so long. I was able to do it in FIVE minutes!” – Some idiot O-4 Here’s the setup: There is BS training that has to get done ASAP. God, I can’t even move forward yet because there are so many problems with that first line. The “Training”

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Leadership Problems in the Field: Accountability

Over the years in my military and law enforcement careers I have developed a set of principles that apply to leadership and training and operating amongst other life avenues. One of my 10 major principles is “Accountability. It’s not rocket surgery.” Today at my unit someone received an award: “…went above and beyond contacting another

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Review: “A Burglar’s Guide to the City” by Geoff Manaugh

  Today for our Tactical Book Club meeting is an eye opener. I have often found that one great way to learn if form other people’s real life successes and failures, Case Studies. And this book has a TON of them, from burglars kidnapping security personnel and blindfolding them and smashing all of their watches

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Oh “Instructor School” is a requirement? Interesting.

OK. So. No shit, there I was. Department is broke so they can’t pay me over-time pay. So I missed a whole shift on the streets so that I could attend “really freaking important” annual training. It started out great: Learned an intro to Riot Control for about 4.5 hours of Powerpoint. Now my file

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