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Speed Kills: The Avoidable Death of India Kager | Cop Block

17.3.16

Speed Kills: The Avoidable Death of India Kager | Cop Block: I’ve been a federal police officer for almost 12 years and have been an instructor within my agency for 10 of those years. I teach several classes, but I cut my teeth teaching Defensive Tactics. “Defensive Tactics” is PC cop-speak for teaching officers how to defend themselves and make arrests. In splitting my time between the ideals of the training environment and seeing it played out in real life, it came to my attention that things weren’t acting out the way they were “supposed” to. Over the years, I’ve noticed some disturbing trends in policing and it has all lead me here.


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