Street Survival II
Tactics for Deadly Force Encounters
For more than a year Lt. Jim Glennon and Lt. Dan Marcou have been researching, conducting interviews and re-writing the ground-breaking book, Street Survival. Published in 1980, the book has often been referred to as; the “Bible for Law Enforcement”. The new book, Street Survival II: Tactics for Deadly Force Encounters is enthusiastically endorsed by the original author Chuck Remsberg. While paying homage to the original, the update includes more than 400 colored photos and diagrams and delves into the profession’s many changes over the past three decades. It includes tactics, effective street communication, detecting preattack indicators, public expectations and especially the realities of using force.
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