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Street Survival II

5.00 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
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Street Survival II

Tactics for Deadly Force Encounters

For more than a year Lt. Jim Glennon and Lt. Dan Marcou have been researching, conducting interviews and re-writing the ground-breaking book, Street Survival.  Published in 1980, the book has often been referred to as; the “Bible for Law Enforcement”. The new book, Street Survival II: Tactics for Deadly Force Encounters is enthusiastically endorsed by the original author Chuck Remsberg. While paying homage to the original, the update includes more than 400 colored photos and diagrams and delves into the profession’s many changes over the past three decades. It includes tactics, effective street communication, detecting preattack indicators, public expectations and especially the realities of using force.

8 reviews for Street Survival II

  1. 5 out of 5


    This is a must read if you are a police officer. It may just save your life and your career.

  2. 5 out of 5


    Outstanding edition to Street Survival, well written with lots of new material. So many describe this as the Law Enforceme t Bible, I could not agree more. So many have included Kevin Gilmartins book at the academy level, this should also be a mandatory read with some open discussion!!

  3. 5 out of 5


    Awesome book!! Must have! I am honored to have been asked by Jim to be part of this book! I hope my story helps out.

  4. 5 out of 5


    I couldn’t agree more with others reviews of this book. Updated and more ideas, training tips and stories to help you! Whether you just started in law enforcement or have been in years, this is a must. My story is also in this book thanks to Jim and Dan. I am glad someone puts these types of training tools there for your toolbox.

  5. 5 out of 5


    All I can say is get the book. It is absolutely worth it. This is one book that you’ll pick up time and time again. It has timeless officer safety reminders that are good for a quick review during a briefing or staff meeting. Picking a topic a day and highlighting it at shift briefing goes a long way. There’s pictures to accompany ideas shared and current, relevant information. I wish I had this as a text book in academy.

  6. 5 out of 5


    There is no doubt in my mind that Street Survival II will save the lives, physically, mentally, emotionally, financially and spiritually of every officer who reads and applies the lessons learned in this book. I know because I learned from the lessons in the Street Survival trilogy of books beginning in 1980. My career began in 1976 and ended the last day of 2012. I’ve survived in all of the above categories and I urge every officer today, to purchase, read, learn and share this book.

  7. 5 out of 5


    I started working in law enforcement in 1980 and purchased the original Street Survival book in 1981. In 1982 I attended my first Street Survival Seminar in Gulfport, MS. This was considered the dawn of the “Officer Survival” movement. The tactics presented in the seminars and books were just as important then as they are now. With the level of violence against law enforcement on the rise, Street Survival II will set the standard for the 21st Century. The lessons in these books were learned by the sacrifice of too many brother and sister officers. Let us honor them by adhering to the tactics which are presented. A 5 star rating!

  8. 5 out of 5


    (a “5 rating”). I am not a police officer but have a number of friends and co-workers who are. The interesting thing about his book is that there are a number of “lessons for life” that can be extrapolated for civilians, not just police officers. Various aspects of self-defense with as well as without firearms are in this book, as an example. While this may not be the intended purpose of this book by the authors and/or the publisher; nevertheless, there’s a great deal of knowledge to be gained from it (as well as from the original) and to me it was worth every penny – and then some! Cheers, JY

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