Escalation of Force - Taught by Retired Master Sergeant

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1: Intro

Ken provides a brief overview of the topics covered in this course. (4:24)

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2: Situational Awareness

Ken explains how important it is to be aware of the situation and how to prevent an incident before it happens. (7:34)

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3: Being Prepared

Ken explains the importance of always being mentally and physically prepared for any situation. (4:06)

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4: Escalation

Ken talks about things you can do in a situation before resorting to any form of physical force. (7:35)

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5: Scenario One

Ken explains what you can do to avoid escalation of a non-violent situation. (4:03)

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6: Scenario Two

Ken tells us how to avoid getting into a violent altercation even when the situation starts to escalate. (1:32)

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7: Scenario Three

The situation has escalated to where you now have to defend yourself and Ken explains the proper steps to take. (6:43)

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8: Blunt Objects

You are now in the situation where you are forced to defend yourself. Ken goes into more depth on the tools you can use to defend yourself, starting with everyday tools in your car that can be used to your advantage.(4:22)

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9: Sharp Objects

The blunt objects in your care didn’t work, Ken shows the next step in the escalation of force, sharp objects. (4:38)

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10: MISC. Objects

Ken shows other everyday objects in your car that can be used for self defense. (4:41)

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11: Guns

The worst case scenario has happened, you are forced to use your firearm. Ken explains the importance of the type of firearm you use for self defense. (4:48)

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12: Save a Life

The situation has deescalated, Ken shows you how to be prepared to save your life or another life after the fact. (7:53)

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11: Conclusion

Ken Reviews and wraps up the escalation of force.  (2:40)

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