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Lawrence Lujan-Jericho
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  • El Paso, TX
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  • Supervisor - Sergeant - Corporal
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Shift Training: Homicide Attacks Against the Police--Ambush

With the increasing number of ambush attacks against law enforcement officers, it is important that we remember that this is not something new (in the 1970’s the Black Liberation Army ambushed and killed 7 LEO’s, and over the years, other groups and individuals have done the same).  I am not dismissing or denigrating the tragic…See More
Sep 2, 2015
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Shift Training: From Officer Ambush to Active Shooter AAR LVMP

 June 8, 2014, about 11 a.m., Las Vegas Metro police officers Igor Soldo and Alyn Beck while having lunch were approached by two people – a man and a woman who walked up to them and shot the two officers, killing them. (Image LMVPD) The armed couple then entered a Walmart store firing shot into the air; a citizen who was carrying a…See More
Jul 16, 2015
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Shift Training: Controlling and Escorting Prisoners (Graphic Video)

This incident (that occurred in Palestine, Texas) serves as an example of how quickly things can go bad. The offender had attempted to commit a beer theft at a local Walmart.  Store employees followed him to a nearby restaurant where he then hid inside of the restroom.  From a misdemeanor theft to pulling a handgun and pointing it at both officers (it was later shown he possessed a bb gun) to the application of deadly force, things go bad really quick…….  …See More
Jul 1, 2015
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Shift Training: Search and Handcuff Your Prisoners (Graphic Video)

With the tragic murder of the New Orleans Police Officer and as this video demonstrates— always-always-always—search your prisoners. Search them before you place them in your unit. Search them before placing them in the holding cells. Search them if you are taking custody from another officer. Search them when you transport to booking. Handcuff your prisoners properly! Don’t complete your reports in the…See More
Jun 24, 2015
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Shift Training: Lest We Forget--Oklahoma City Bombing--The Traffic Stop that Caught McVeigh

April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh, former U.S. Army soldier parked a rented Ryder truck packed with explosives outside a federal building in Oklahoma City. The blast killed 168 people and injured more than 500 others, and the attack is the worst homegrown terror attack on American soil.  As this incident, the Boston Marathon bombing and the attack against the Twin Towers show, we serve and protect against threats that are both foreign and domestic…..this is the man who conducted the traffic stop…See More
Apr 20, 2015
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Is That Atropine in your IFAK?

While commonplace in the battlefield, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear hazards are something that has yet to be explored in depth in the Tactical Police arena—at least not from the immediate self-aid point of view. Sure, we have our gas masks, many if not all of them of them being military grade (M-17,…See More
Apr 12, 2015
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On Being a Guardian, a Watchman, the Police

I have been spit on, shot at, punched, kicked, scratched and stabbed at. I have been threatened, had the lives of my family threatened and have felt the fear of being solo and jumped by a family of three; of being attacked by someone larger, heavier and intent on doing me harm. I have seen children killed at the hands of their parents,…See More
Feb 19, 2015
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On Being a Guardian, a Watchman, the Police

I have been spit on, shot at, punched, kicked, scratched and stabbed at. I have been threatened, had the lives of my family threatened and have felt the fear of being solo and jumped by a family of three; of being attacked by someone larger, heavier and intent on doing me harm. I have seen children killed at the hands of their parents,…See More
Feb 3, 2015
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Jun 23, 2014
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OIS Handcuffed Prisoner--Shift Training

Graphic Video of an OIS involving a restrained prisoner.  Lots of things to look at and to consider.  See Video HEREQuestions for your Officers and supervisors:You are responsible for the well being of the prisoner that is…See More
Jun 20, 2014
Lawrence Lujan-Jericho posted a discussion

OIS Handcuffed Prisoner--Shift Training

Graphic Video of an OIS involving a restrained prisoner.  Lots of things to look at and to consider.  See Video HEREQuestions for your Officers and supervisors:You are responsible for the well being of the prisoner that is…See More
Jun 20, 2014
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Primary Agency/Department Type:
Municipal
Primary Role in Law Enforcement:
Supervisor - Sergeant - Corporal
Rank/Title
Sergeant
Years in Law Enforcement:
20
What State Do You Work In?
TX
Relationship Status:
Married

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RUN when you can, HIDE if you have to, FIGHT if there is no option and NEVER submit

Today Newtown-Connecticut (20 children murdered); Bart Township-Pennsylvania ’06 (ten children murdered); Beslan-North Ossetia ’04 (156 children murdered); and Ma’alot-Israel ’74 (22 children murdered). Murdering-Terrorist-cowards took the lives of our most innocent i.e. children. Why, to promote or air the fact that their own lives were total failures, and rather than seek help they attacked those who are least likely to resist. They then took their own lives rather than face those who…

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Posted on December 14, 2012 at 11:55pm — 2 Comments

Are We Using Our Armored Vehicles Correctly?

 

 

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Posted on May 10, 2012 at 1:33pm

Generational Teaching Techniques: Are We Getting it Wrong

In general as one promotes, and in order to bridge any gaps between employees, they receive training on generational issues (Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y/ Millennial’s).  I raise the following idea for consideration.  These same trainings should be taught at the recruit level and in-service to existing employees, with a focus on, informing them of the generational expectations of the agency.  This will result in both the current and new employees being informed of the agencies…

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Posted on November 1, 2011 at 11:47am

09/11 In Memoriam Stair Climb

Partners,

The 10 year anniversary of the 09/11 attack is quickly approaching.  Police, Fire and America suffered a great loss on that day.  Since that time our nation and armed forces have continued to take hits as we take the fight to the cowards.   

 

Tucson PD SWAT is holding an in memoriam stair…

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Posted on August 29, 2011 at 7:57pm

Press the Fight--Active Shooter Response

 

 

Church Shooting: The Heroism of Jeanne Assam

 

The recent active shooter incident in Norway resulted in 77 dead and 15 injured.  In Arizona, six died and 13 suffered injuries, all, senseless deaths at the hands of evil individuals.  "Lone wolf" incidents such as these have sadly become commonplace.  But as law enforcement officers, that "thin blue…

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Posted on August 2, 2011 at 2:20pm

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