Ask a random person to describe their idea of a typical police negotiation, and you are likely to get a puzzled look… but if an answer followed, the scene described would likely be something out of an action movie. Police negotiator? Sounds like a barricaded subject. Perhaps with hostages?
Well, not always. Police negotiators also prove useful in many other, less-well-known scenarios. Like convincing Chris that the Seattle Police Department’s elevator is not going to kill him.
This guy is good.
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