This book lays out the facts for you, based on extensive research and analysis of thousands of actual events as compiled by local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
Patterns and commonalities emerge that paint a picture of survival-- or death-- based on your application of the information learned in this book.
The author is a retired Police Major who spent many years as a street patrol officer, and later as Director of Training for a large city police department. Under his development and direction, thousands of police officers underwent an intensive and realistic Armed Confrontation Training (ACT) Program that helped them develop skills that allowed them survive situations in which other officers were killed in real life.
Hopefully, you will never have to deal with an armed person. But if it happens, and you want to dramatically increase your chances of walking away alive, then you owe it to yourself and your family to read this book.
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About the Author
He has been published several times in major national magazines during his career, and is currently working on his fourth book.
He has a B.S. in Law Enforcement from Louisiana State University (Geaux Tigers!) and a M.A. in Public Administration from Columbus State University.
He now lives on four heavily-wooded acres he calls 'arborHarbor' in a 'retirement home' that he designed and built. He divides his time between working inside and playing outside, and devotes what little time is left volunteering for community services projects, particularly those goals of helping animals in need.
Please do not enable puppy-mill breeders by purchasing a pet at a store; instead, rescue an un-owned, but not unloved, four-legger in need at your local rescue shelter!