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In Defense of Self and Others: Issues, Facts, and Fallacies — the Realities of Law Enforcement’s Use of Deadly Force

By Urey W. Patrick ’68 and John C. Hall
Posted on October 21, 2011


(Carolina Academic Press) Patrick comprehensively addresses the use of force by law enforcement officers in this book, through survey and analysis of the standards that allow officers to use force. Many case histories are cited to back up chapters that discuss tactics, training, policy, and many other subjects. Patrick worked for the FBI from 1973 to 1997, and is now a consultant in issues involving force, weaponry, and police practices.

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