Police Negotiator In Action

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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25 thoughts on “Police Negotiator In Action

  1. These techniques should be applied in child custody negotiations. Firms like Brody and Kling in Washington DC often use kidnapping-like techniques to force untenable negotiations by noncustodial parents. Some end in tragedy.

  2. That's funny… Its the exact same way I talk to the middle school kids I work with "I don't want to go to that teachers room she's a bitch" me "ok I get you're upset but right now, if you don't go into the room she's probably going to call your mom at work, your mom is going to have to get out of work to pick you up and that's no bueno, oh and it's Friday so you're weekend is also no bueno…" kid "oh shit.. That's right ok I'll go in and shut up"

  3. I hope in is in there for something bad enough that is wasn't sent to a mental institute. Although they sometimes abuse people worse. These cops did a good job for just being cops. Cameras also help. That guy needs some type of meds hope he got it or is at least more aware

  4. Ah, I see. Most police don't take the "not being a braying jackass" course. That's why that guy is a "police negotiator". Most of them would have just dragged him. More charges, more overtime, more promotions, more money.

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