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    Default STEP BY STEP RUNDOWN OF THE DISCUSSION

    Gabriel Suarez

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    Gabriel Suarez

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    Gabriel Suarez

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    “Set stage for success.”

    Most people, in general, work their daily lives in “reaction mode.” Sure they get up, go to work, and collectively “do what they’re supposed to do.” You know, let’s include myself here because I’ll say it’s an evolution in thinking. Back to the point, nobody considers anything else other than what they have to do right now, or a few hours from now even.

    I’d say they are neither plus or minus. They’re neutral.

    I don’t really like neutral.


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    These were points of discussion in what was a roughly six hour full speed no shitter presentation of the Killing Within The Law class.
    Gabriel Suarez

    Turning Lambs into Lions Since 1995

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    Like what I'm seeing on the whiteboards. Sure, "chance favors the prepared mind," but mind and body as one, and "when/then" instead of "if/then."
    Warrior for the working day.

    Es una cosa muy seria. --Robert Capa

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    "Can I move?...I'm better when I move."

    1, 0, 14. And a wakeup.

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    Looks very good - very familiar.

    I’m glad the learning progresses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonathanNobody View Post
    Looks very good - very familiar.

    I’m glad the learning progresses.
    What I did was hit the highlights quickly to include most of the "need to know" stuff. Like any abbreviated presentation, there was alot that had to be excluded. For the readers - The class in August is far more complete and students get a chance to role play the events as well.

    And we all benefit from your "the Nobody's" perspective.
    Gabriel Suarez

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    And we all benefit from your "the Nobody's" perspective.
    I second this.

    I've been through two classes now that Jonathan has lead. They are invaluable and I encourage people to attend.
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    I think the value of this course to the student is in part the current state of the investigative methods and experience. While I'm not teaching these classes, the material is what we as Homicide detectives, first-line Patrol and Detective Supervisors, and Scene Commanders use right now. This means the education your getting is applicable right now and not dated material.

    I'm very glad to see SI move forward.

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