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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by walkinguf61, May 3, 2020.
I thought New York invented the “f-word”.
That wasn’t a punch... it’s clear the NYPost writer has never been in a fight.
That was a ***** slap take down. Three ***** slaps and not a punch needed.
As mentioned by those who have played the game, a good arrest. It wasn't really a fight, he just beotch slapped the knucklehead after taking him down. The longer you dance and jabber, the worse it usually gets. Job well done.
But he didn't do NUFFIN ,
The guy had it coming, but seams like a lot of risk to enforce social distancing
What many simply do not understand is when surrounded by a hostile crowd if you back down or permit obvious aggression you are simply inviting further trouble and putting yourself and any other officers present in serious danger.
The best defense to react aggressively and descivly and let them know that overt physical aggression will have immediate consequences.
Nobody wants to be second.
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You have to set the tone quickly and decisively.
Is that what the arrest was for?
That is what the article said
Cops don't have to wait to be hit first, step up with pre-attack indicators and get served.
Stand back and yell all you want, you won't be arrested or struck.
Show of force,dominance....take control immediately, show up an own the environment!
He's what the article actually said;
My mistake, I stopped reading after first paragraph,
The NYPD’s enforcement of social-distancing over the weekend included a tense fracas in the East Village that ended with three arrests, an officer sidelined and an internal probe, officials said Sunday.
Meh, in my day that wouldn't have merited a second look.
Times have really changed.
I would be locked up my first tour back on the streets.
God Bless them all.
Every day I am reminded how fortunate I am to both survived my service and most of all, for being retired.
:49 second mark. Officers gives command to step back, stop flexing. Suspect takes a step towards officer with fist clenched.
This needs to be the reaction every time, won't take long for word to get out.
Times have changed , and not for the better, my friend.
Just after that in the article, it also said this:
"It started out as a social distancing enforcement,” Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said in a joint Sunday press briefing with Mayor de Blasio. “I am aware of the video that’s out there.”
Along with the comments from the more experienced members, I’ll add there are generally only a few, out of any group, who will actually do anything (initially) other than run their mouth. If you don’t address them appropriately, the whole group gets brave. If you’re on top of things, it’s sometimes an option to use the alphas of the group to shut down the loud mouths.
In my time in LE, I was almost always outnumbered and often outgunned. If it came down to me versus fifteen drunk farm boys, I wasn’t going to win. I got really good at setting up group contacts on initial approach. If females were around, I could all but guarantee there wouldn’t be a problem. I’d find the most attractive or sought after female and get her on my side of the reason I was there. When some guy bucked up, the girls would shut him down and keep him in line.
If females weren’t there to help motivate the men, I found telling them how it was going to go and leaving them an out where they could save face was very effective. I even told a few to tell me to “F off” as they walked away. We both win.
Sometimes, none of these worked and we went to hands. Fortunately, I was bold early in my career and my reputation and confidence followed. When it came time to roll, I subscribed to the 100%, right out the gate philosophy. I figured if I had to hit someone or throw them around, I was going to get all there was to take.