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"Hammer" dispels this stereotype and infuses the bouncer "profession" with professionalism. He provides in-depth information on recognizing potential patron trouble makers and goes to lengths explaining how to verbally diffuse most situations. Unfortunately, not every situation can be verbally diffused. "Hammer" then goes into effective, low level empty hand techniques designed to control the unruly patron and the situation. If those techniques are not sufficient to control the patron and protect the bouncer, defensive counterstrikes are introduced.
As the old adage goes, "the job isn't finished until the paperwork is done", the reader is educated on effective report writing and the liability issue of its importance. Sometimes these confrontations result in civil or criminal legal proceedings. It's not worth winning the battle on the scene if you are going to lose it (for yourself or your employer) in the courtroom.
This book is a "must read" for bar, club and restaurant owners who employ security personnel for their venues. This book is a "must read" for security staff who are committed to acting and performing their jobs professionally.
"Bars, Bouncers, Bad Guys & Beyond" covers it all!
I can't wait until Hammer's next book.