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The Citizen’s Guide to Surviving Police Encounters

The Citizen's Guide to Surviving Police Encounters
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This video was created by a lawyer to give the viewer tips on how to deal with police.  It’s name, “The citizen’s guide to surviving police encounters” is a very accurate summary of it’s content.

It is not a lawyer video for thugs, nor does it help if you are guilty, but it does provide valuable information for innocent citizen’s whose instincts for helping and cooperating with government officials may lead them into trouble.

If a policeman is talking to you about a crime they may suspect you, the courts have ruled a law enforcement officer can lie to you, they can use anything you say against you, and cannot use anything that you say that may help you to help you.

When teaching self defense, and especially armed self defense I try to incorporate many of the concepts in this video as they are standard to the field.  This is not rocket science and the video does not show anything new or groundbreaking to those in the know, but much of what it teaches is not commonly known to the millions of honest law-abiding citizens that are just trying to mind there own business and help out when asked.

I’m not a lawyer so don’t believe me – Just watch BUSTED: The Citizen’s Guide to Surviving Police Encounters.


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  1. As a recently retired deputy, I read with great interest the stories and methods regarding police encounters. I am so glad to be retired, because the cops that are on the street now are the “new breed” and they are out for fame and glory for the most part. I’m not sure there is a way to survive an encounter with them, and when I say survive, I mean to coe away unscathed. If the bubble goes up, if the shtf, if they are ordered to do something, they probably will, without questioning it, without thinking about it. Too much tv mentality in them, it’s all about “get down, get on the ground, stop resisting. BS!! The best way to survive is to not get stopped, be a currently employed man of the brotherhood or a retired cop that “talk the talk” and shoot the s–t! This new breed is spooky, and what really scares the s–t out of me is that somewhere above them is a supposedly older person directing them…..

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