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    I just finished some Workplace Violence training. If someone begins shooting dont run in a straight line,Dont sound the fire alaram to warn others so they can run out into the open and be easy targets, but I was surprised by what the last one was: Defend yourself by any means nessecary. The wheels started turning on that one.
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    I reviewed a "use of force" policy yesterday and about had a stroke. It is obvious that people with no clue write these things. I can't even begin to critique it. It was just too far out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    I reviewed a "use of force" policy yesterday and about had a stroke. It is obvious that people with no clue write these things. I can't even begin to critique it. It was just too far out there.
    So what's wrong with just using your nerf gun, but only aim for the legs or arms?!
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    Having attended these "sessions", we have come to the understanding that if "so and so", brings a golf bag to the building. Its time to leave. Depending on who it is, decides what type of bag they'll be carrying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Thomas View Post
    My wife had a three day course she had to attend for part of her getting a certain certification. The suggestions were basically to turn off all of the lights you could and to get under desks.
    Hey, if it can protect you from a nuclear blast, small arms should be no threat at all.

    Sometimes I wonder if some of these policies aren't written in just so the policy writer has an unimpeded path to exit to safety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    I reviewed a "use of force" policy yesterday and about had a stroke. It is obvious that people with no clue write these things. I can't even begin to critique it. It was just too far out there.
    The only use of force policy I abide by is the one written in the Ohio Revised Code.
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