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  4. msg Using the Baton as a leverage tool. message posted Using the Baton as a leverage tool. No ASP does not teach using the baton for leverage techniques
    Using the Baton as a leverage tool.
    No ASP does not teach using the baton for leverage techniques
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Tuesday, February 26

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    Using the Baton as a leverage tool.
    Is anyone teaching the use of the baton to leverage arms out from under a suspect who has "turned turtle" ie: gone belly down on the ground with their hands clenched underneath them?
    I can not find much material on this. I've used this technique extensively for years and taught it, but have not seen anything formal on this subject.
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Thursday, August 2

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