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Threat Management & Private Security Negating the Need for Govt. Police — Dale Brown

from TheDollarVigilante:

Jeff interviews the founder and head of Threat Management Centers Detroit, Dale Brown. Topics include: the origins and operations of Threat Management Center, the arguments for non-violent outcomes, peace and protection is profitable, self sustaining positive change, the importance of good training in threat management, non lethal weapons in the field, inspiration instead of intimidation, a strong projection with a friendly face, a positive relationship with the community, violence is expensive, Threat Management Centers going global with franchising, rich people steal way more than poor people, recruiting the right people from the community, the key to protecting humanity is the love of humanity, the dangers inherent in community security apps, hiring and training the right people is key to success and an open call to join forces.

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1 comment to Threat Management & Private Security Negating the Need for Govt. Police — Dale Brown

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    In my neck of the Florida woods, there is a bit of justice that sometimes occurs.

    It’s known as the “12 gauge & a back-hoe” solution. I’ve heard the rumors, of various, vile people who ended up, just kind of dropping out of sight, and never being seen again.

    Things like that, has a tendency to put a bit of a lid on some bad behavior.

    That reminds me, are the prices for farm tractor backhoes going down yet? One would come in handy around the garden, and a brush hog would be good for the acreage around here.

    I could use one of the smaller ones around here.

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