Restoring Calm After Riots And Unrest. A Retired UK Constable Shares His Experience. Neil Pollock, is a retired Constable and Public Order Management Trainer and Tactical Advisor from The Metropolitan Police in London, UK. With the memory of violence at so-called protests in American cities still fresh, and the threats of increasing violence from groups, normal protests can turn into life and death battles quickly and without notice. How the British and American Police are trained to restore peace.
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