Do you know what to do when stopped and questioned by the police - in your car, on the streets or in your home? If you answered "NO" to this question - you need to hear this audiobook! Not only should you read this book but you should tell everyone you love and care about to read it also.
Do you trust the police? The goal is to arm yourself with the knowledge and power you need so you don't become just another victim.
Not only should young males be weary of actions by the police but what about sexual profiling in this country? Women who often drive alone are at just a higher risk of being accosted by the police as others. Women are just as likely to be profiled as men by local, state and federal law enforcement officers especially since the creation of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS.gov) in 2003.
Many women will no longer stop when directed by a police officer to pull over. Some will call 911 and ask for additional police to come to the scene and refuse to open their windows until backup police arrive.
Cops are known to rape or extort women for sex during highway pullovers. The situation is badly deteriorating. It comes as no surprise that unstable, aggressive bullies gravitate to police work, and quite a few are sexual predators.
What listeners say about Police Interactions 101
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- Scotty M
NOT ABOUT POLICE INTERACTIONS
This book has only a very small section pertaining to actually dealing one on one with police officers and it's largly common sense or common knowledge. The remainder deals with how to thrive as an SJW seeking to protest your supposed harsh mistreatment by police. I submit that this book was sorely mistitled.
- Tim McNutt
If you are black and think that everyone is out to get you this is a must read, otherwise don't waste your time. Terribly witten and is a doomsday approach to human interaction. I WANT MY MONEY BACK.
- Erik Hermansen
Practical info with an awareness of police abuse.
Where does Police Interactions 101 rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It's in the top 10%.
What other book might you compare Police Interactions 101 to and why?
None, really. I didn't see any other books covering this content on Audible, so I think it's quite valuable to have this book there.
What three words best describe Spencer Bryant’s performance?
Clear, but stiff.
What insight do you think you’ll apply from Police Interactions 101?
Hopefully, I'll follow the author's instructions and it will help me get through some future encounter smoothly.
Any additional comments?
I think the author did a good job of giving practical advice both to protect yourself and other people. For those with an activist bent, later content in the book like talking to media and setting up an oversight group will be valuable as well.