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"When all you have is a hammer, everyone is a nail..." It is very unusual for police officers to speak openly about the critical deficiencies in law enforcement training. In this important discussion, Rener sits down with Officer Sonstegard, the Assistant Chief at the Oxnard Police Department, to discuss how "not all law enforcement officers are created equal," and why some officers are so quick to resort to deadly force. A problem well understood is a problem half solved. Share this video so we can keep this important discussion alive to encourage more departments to implement better training to save lives on both sides. Upcoming GST courses and online access exclusively for law enforcement personnel: Http://www.GracieUniversity.com/GST
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