AVOID SHOWING OBVIOUS DISRESPECT
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Hello, this is Rusty Keeble with the Gang Enforcement Company; welcome to this Gang Enforcement Training Tip - today's topic is this ----------
Avoid Showing Obvious Disrespect:
Today, respect is often described as being worth more than anything materialistic to a gang member and respecting or disrespecting someone in the gang sub-culture can be the difference between life and death. Efforts to degrade, embarrass or show outward disrespect towards a gang member will likely be met with strong resistance and may incite violence that otherwise could be avoided.
Additionally, by putting them in a situation of having to respond to the disrespect or face a violation from their own gang for not defending the gang's honor; this may potentially put you in an unnecessary dangerous environment.
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Regardless of your true feelings, try to maintain an air of respect without alluding to weakness, inferiority or lack of control of the situation. A facade of respect will help you maintain control and may yield mutual respect that will prove beneficial at your point of contact and for future contacts.
Do keep in mind, however, that in an arrest situation anything goes. If, for example, a gang member you are arresting asks that you not cuff him until he is out of eyeshot of his associates to avoid embarrassment, this is an obvious "No."
Tactical soundness and situational awareness takes priority over all other considerations. You should never give up tactical advantage.
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