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Active Assailant, Unarmed Officer

April 2018 | COVER STORY

Although they may not carry the stereotypical holster or utility belt, unarmed guards can help thwart attacks by flexing their situational awareness. For these security professionals, training, understanding, and effective observation and action can mitigate or even prevent an active assailant. You can read more about warning signs and tactics in this article by Brad Spicer.

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