How to set up a baton on your POLICE or SECURITY DUTY BELT

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Instructions and discussion of extendable batons while at work and how to put one on your belt or plate carrier/body armor. https://www.freefieldtraining.com/

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14 thoughts on “How to set up a baton on your POLICE or SECURITY DUTY BELT

  1. If, I may, as a security guard, I have not had to deploy my baton, but I keep mine on a ASP rotating holder, I keep mine at center back, tilted to my dominant hand at 45 ° approximately, so I can draw either hand, and keeps it out of reach of a suspect if needed. It also allows me to reach my cuffs with either hand. However, I acknowledge that your experience trumps my drills and practices. Thank you sir.

  2. For that security guard? Batons CAN be useful if used properly. Blocking kicks with a baton has saved me from countless shin bruises and getting kicked in the knees. Getting kicked in the kneecaps with a pair of work boots is NOT something I ever want to experience again. They are also great for dealing with dogs. Bite stick. Gives something for the dog to put its chompers on without it being flesh and bone. Tazers aren't 100% effective and neither is a spray. At least with a baton you have a hard barrier between you and the attacker. Many people still train with the simple mantra forward strike, forward strike, forward strike and they don't do anything else. They just hit with the baton.

    All the restraint techniques seem to have been forgotten but using a baton to restrain someone is definitely a lower risk than a strike, especially for a civilian security guard, in terms of liability. Defense against criminal or civil liability is absolutely required in today's "defund the police" 2020 hell we all live in. Baton deployments are always ugly in the eyes of the public who very little, if anything at all about use of force so finding new ways to use them is vital, especially if you don't have the benefits of qualified immunity.

  3. I had a baton taken from my belt at a night club , I retrieved it by letting the oc fly , but is there a level 2 type holster for baton or are there only open top. It’s never my go to but it’s best for breaking up brawls in the night club

  4. In the tool box in my truck bed lent to a cop on mall detail to break a window of a car with a kid locked inside. I’m not even sure he gave it back to me. But whatever don’t need in the lp world

  5. Always telling it how it is! Everything is a compromise and everyone has to find the way that works for them. Anyway, I keep my backscratcher at the back of my strong side too.

    That drawer full of old gear got me laughing too. Anyone who says they don’t have one is lying 😂😂😂

  6. I wasn't going to say anything, Tommy, but since you brought it up… the white, middle-aged cop on screen, while far from ugly, would not make a very good underwear model. 😉

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