When evil strikes inside a secure building, law enforcement needs to be able to get in and you need to get out! To get this episode started, ALERRT Facility Instructor Marty Adcock goes over the fundamentals of breaching a door with typical mechanical tools, and Rob Pincus joins in on the action for some two-man exercises. Later, Marty shares some concepts of breaching a barrier to escape a threat, discussing the finer points of breaking out a window. Retired law enforcement professional Sandy Wall joins the team to demonstrate his Door Key device, which uses standard-issue flash bangs to breach typical exterior doors. In the Question of the Week segment, our expert panel of instructors addresses having their own students seek out other training views.
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