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Uncensored Tactical – You won't get it this way from anyone else! Skip to content Uncensored Tactical You won't get it this way from anyone else! Menu and widgets Search for: Recent Posts New Series – Prepping for LEO Field Training Auto Jigglers Review – Generic and Sparrows Coffin Keys Gate Codes? Training for Idiots 101 “Participation” Oh “Instructor School” is a requirement? Interesting. Recent Comments Archives February 2016 December 2015 Categories Uncategorized Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.org New Series – Prepping for LEO Field Training OK. If you are starting field training as a cadet soon with a police department, or even if you are interested in becoming a Field Training Officer than you, my friend, have come to the right place. I have a TON of shit to say about that topic. So buckle up. I have a good friend that is preparing himself to go through the police academy and then shortly after will be out on the road for “Field Training” or their FTO program as I am used to hearing it, what prompted me to start this series. I will cover a lot of different topics in depth but this is just the primer and “off the cuff” if you will. Rule #1: Go Home Alive. Yeah. No Shit Sherlock… How do we accomplish this. If you look at TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) they teach their students how to respond to the leading preventable causes of death in the field. I often think of police and military work the same way. The most likely way to die as an operator? Specifically in police work? The FBI tracks, or tries to (what could possibly fall through the cracks when a huge bureaucracy tracks violent or animated human events through a mandatory standardized reporting system???) all deaths related to Law Enforcement Officers in the US and our Territories and even some military deaths if killed during LE operations etc. The links I am providing here for you to see the SOURCE MATERIAL (something I have a habit of doing, we’ll cover that later) are both officers that have been Feloniously Killed and Accidentally Killed. Let’s leave accidents out for today and focus on the bad guys -vs- us. Circumstances 11 officers who died had responded to disturbance calls. 9 officers were fatally injured during traffic pursuits or stops. 7 officers were involved in ambush (entrapment/premeditation) situations. 7 officers died as a result of investigating suspicious persons or circumstances. 5 officers were conducting investigative activity (surveillance, search, interview, etc.). 4 officers died as a result of arrest situations. 4 officers were killed as a result of tactical situations (barricaded offender, hostage taking, high-risk entry, etc.). 3 officers were handling persons with mental illnesses. 1 officer was killed in an unprovoked attack. (The above Circumstances list is an excerpt from the FBI’s webpage on 2014 LEO Felonious Deaths) I want to point something out here that the uninitiated may not know yet, but soon will once on patrol. Unless you have the perfect squad and a smart tactical supervisor you will likely see patrol officers cancelling backup on several types of calls. I have personally seen many many circumstances where experienced officers responding to Disturbances/Traffic Stops/Suspicious Circumstances/Arrests/Mental people etc. (all listed above) cancel their backup … JUST because. We weren’t short on manpower, there was no tactical advantage of going alone, no pressing issues, just … plain … “I got this…”. I think this is a Culture issue. Tough guys. Attitudes. Whatever. Blow me. I have worked with some VERY high speed guys and I have had what some people consider to be training that you couldn’t PAY for to get better than what was provided to me. I am CONSTANTLY seeing absolutely elementary tactical mistakes that are done blatantly and with tough-guy attitudes. “Let me just turn my back to this nut-job, he’s probably harmless”. Or one of my absolute favorites “Hey, you’re under arrest now, take a seat in my car… wait… you don’t have anything dangerous on you, do you? No? Ok, take a seat”. If I showed my face* on here than the picture of my face right now would speak more than my words sure would. (My “shocked” face… I’m sure you could imagine) So, full circle, the top three (it’s a tie, so four) types of hopefully PREVENTABLE deaths to LEO’s would be: A more detailed look at: Disturbances – Traffic (Pursuits/Stops) – Ambushes – Suspicious Circumstances Disturbances – When people call 911 their is already a loss of communication. Dispatches have to ask certain questions in a certain order. Bureaucracy right? So you can’t just call 911 and say what’s happening. Sometimes…SOMETIMES that’s a good thing. Because a lot of callers themselves are idiots and not just the people they are calling about. So they either LIE, or LEAVE OUT DETAILS, or HAVE AN AGENDA or just plain don’t have all the facts themselves etc. Let me tell you what happens in a standard (not all cops) cop’s head. “Unit #1 and #2 please respond to a disturbance at 123 Elm Street. Caller says it’s a small group of people that have been talking loudly all night”. OK time to take a trip inside Regular-Cop’s head: “OMG these fucking assholes. I have thirty fucking emails left to dig through and I would REALLY like to look at this new tactical gun website I just found on my phone. I bet what’s happening is people being fucking normal and this nosy fucking neighbor has nothing better to do than to call us at 1am just because ‘wahhhh my neighbors are being loud’ ” So this officer responds on the radio: “This is Unit #1, Cancel Unit #2, I’ll take care of this … it’s just going to turn out to be a neighbor-issue”. If you’re not following the picture I’m trying to paint, scroll back up to the number one cause of felonious deaths for LEO’s. Responding to disturbances. 2. Traffic – My dad had a saying back when he was a Sgt on the road he would tell his guys all the time, and I believe (and the FBI stats apparently agree) rightfully so “IF I HEAR A UNIT MAKING A TRAFFIC STOP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT, AND ONE OF YOU OTHER GUYS ARE NEAR HIM, AND NOT TIED UP ON SOMETHING, AND I LEAVE MY DESK, GET IN MY CAR, DRIVE OUT TO THAT UNIT’S TRAFFIC STOP, AND I GET THERE AND NONE OF YOU HAVE RESPONDED AS BACKUP YET, YOU WILL BE ANSWERING TO ME”. Well he wasn’t often at his desk, he was a working Sgt but he used it to paint more of a picture which was that as a squad you had better be backing each other up, and that as a squad and a team we will create an atmosphere of using smart tactics and we will work as a team, even if the Sgt is a dickhead. ?? Also, dont drive like a fucking idiot. I’m sure that the “accidental LEO deaths” like above shows that quite a few cops died from driving like idiots. So a quick tip that I personally use when running reds-and-blues to a hot call; I say to myself, over and over on loop in my head “Where is the next spot that a kid could run out into the street or a dumb teen could pull out, in their first car, too fast into the street”. Keeps my speed in check. Also keeps your paycheck coming, crashes=time off, and keeps you alive not to mention. 3. Ambushes – For the short couple months that my Field Training Officer was in the passenger seat next to me, I always used to get a laugh or a sneer or a chuckle when my FTO said something to the effect of “Why are you parking all the way over here”. He laughed at my response (naturally, a great way to promote tactical operating, duh) which was something to the effect of “Well, I’m about to bury my head in the laptop for about 45 mins for this report and I want to situate myself properly so that I don’t get ambushed, or if I do, I can see it coming and respond”. (Note: try not to bury your head in your computer, build yourself some type of mental reminder like paragraph to paragraph or box to box on your report to remind yourself to look left-right-back-front-and blind spots.) I am no longer that recruit. I am a real life big-boy with my own car and my own gun. HOWEVER I still get laughed at when I take the extra few seconds to use smart tactics an mention the word “ambush” because ambushes never happen to cops right??? 4. Suspicious Circumstances – Similar to #1 above, Disturbance Calls, but even more so. ALLLLLLLLLLLL the fucking time I hear “Unit #1 and #2 respond to a suspicious car/person/whatever at 123 Elm (bad neighborhood right?). Caller states that the car/person/whatever shouldn’t be there”. Guess what I hear next. Go ahead. Take a second and use that big sexy brain of yours. “Heyyyyyyyyyyyy dispatch. I’ll head over that way, it’s probably nothing. Go ahead and _____________________________”. Anybody? Anybody know what the most common phrase I hear is, to the 3rd/or 4th most deadly call by statistics from the FBI… “Cancel my backup… It’s probably nothing”. Anyways, thanks for humoring me. I do love a good rant. Basically use your courage, you’re going to need it, to stand up for yourself against other idiot cops when you want to go the extra few steps and use some tactics. Come to find out I have seen more premadonna bitches in the Alpha-Male community than anywhere else. -KM Posted on February 4, 2016February 4, 2016 Auto Jigglers Review – Generic and Sparrows Coffin Keys Welcome to another article on Tactical Lock Picking here at UncensoredTactical. If you want lock picking to become a skill set to put in your bag of tricks and you don’t have a set of auto-jigglers, you’re wrong. These little guys are the COOLEST freaking thing, SUPER simple to operate, very inexpensive and add almost NO WEIGHT to your bug out kits or entry kits or wherever the hell you store them. We’re going to give you a QUICK into to jiggling and a quick product review x2. Step One: Target Assessment High end cars with keys like this are a no-go: You want a car with a standard key like this: Wont work with those expensive ass BMW keys. This takes some time and some trial and error to figure out which cars your jigglers will work on. (When in doubt, the older and shittier the car, the better). Step Two: Fully insert Jiggler of choice. Step Three: While keeping tension in direction of proper key turn (takes time to learn, or just say “screw it” and try both ways) move the jiggler up and down (like a see-saw) and in and out ( like …. nevermind). You want to make the staggered stacks all look flush so the cylinder can spin: Flush pins. Able to spin. ***Tips (and just the tips): The hardest thing (cough cough…) is the tension. Knowing how much pressure to turn the jiggler with. It takes time to learn. Auto trainers pictured above are very hard to find, if you can find some buy them immediately. Also the key turn direction. I have found that MOST cars, if you are standing at the driver side door, the opening direction for a key turn is counter-clockwise. Not all, but most. So basically I always turn left… like Derek Zoolander. ?? The passenger side I have found that it can go either way…. The Reviews! Sparrows: -Comes with 13 separate key cuts. Options are a nice thing to have. I also REALLY like that they have small cut keys, I have successfully used them on tiny padlocks and file cabinets etc. It opens up space in the key way where you don’t have to insert both a tension wrench AND a pick tool for standard picking. They run about $35. WORTH IT! They do have a smaller handle-area than the generics but it’s not a deal breaker for me. The chain they come on looks really cool but I have had all my jigglers fall to the dirt more than once since the dog-tag chain does not always stay secure. Best bet is to switch them to a standard key ring. SparrowsLockPicks.com is a BAD-ASS site! I have been a very long time customer and when I am not between working midnight shift and prepping for deployments I will get off my ass and send them some of my prototypes for them to distribute. They are on the edge of the market, always with HIGH QUALITY tools and new innovative products. Their “coffin keys” pictured above can be found here: Sparrows Coffin Keys. Generic Auto Jigglers: Comes with 10 key cuts. I keep the most effective (for me anyways) two cuts on my personal key ring. These guys run about $15-ish. They are sturdy. Don’t have too much bend or give. I’ve never had one break on me. They are cheap enough that I don’t feel bad ordering another pair if I misplace my go-to set. They do have a nice fat finger pad to hold on to, but I’ve found that the Sparrow’s set is a little smoother in and out of the lock and has some better shaped cuts. So it’s a give and take. When in doubt, go buy a set and get started. There’s NO EXCUSE not to. The generic set pictured above can be found here: Auto Jiggler Door Lock Opener Just to be clear, breaking into someone’s vehicle, without explicit permission is a felony. Not cool. I can proudly say that since day one in my lock picking-life time I have lived by the rule: “Only pick those locks that you either own and/or have been given explicit permission to pick”. The best way to avoid the temptation, I have found, is to stay VERY FAR away from the grey area. If EVER in doubt, just go the other way. It ain’t worth ending your ass up in jail. Stay safe. Stay prepared. Have fun. Be smart. BE LEGAL!!! -KM Posted on December 21, 2015December 21, 2015 Gate Codes? An intro into Social Engineering / Tactical Lock Picking (SE and TLP) Ok Heeeere’s the deal. Start seeing the pattern, it helps ;) Part 1: First, the Tactical Lock Picking. I call it “Tactical” for a reason. I am NOT a locksmith. And casual lock picking is done in front of the tv during commercial breaks. Using “Tactics” and having a purpose and being “Tactical” is the art that I practice (and later we will discuss the principle involved where TLP is both half art form and half science) This is a straight down-and-dirty primer. -MOST gate codes are either 4 digits, or 4 digits plus (*/#/etc) -MOST 4 digit codes are (year/address/phone#/SS#/etc) -MOST key pads have worn numbers and no lockout limit. (Unlimited tries) James Bond it up. A real gate keypad at a gov building I frequent. So sad. So true. (Anyone want to take a stab at this one using the “worn numbers” principle? Write down 3 or 4 guesses: Answer at bottom of article) -If all else fails…Social Engineer your way to the code, or your way in. Part 2: Social Engineering. “Oh you are at a little sleepy old military base? I’m prior military! When I was in the gate code always used to be our year of creation (xxxx- army, navy, airforce etc, a simple google search). If it’s not, we used to use the second most famous year….i bet that’s what you fellas use too. Well I’m an old man I have no need to be on bases anymore. If it wasn’t the year than our dumb ass officers thought that 1-2-3-4 was stupid, so they’d trick our enemies with 4-3-2-1 or something quite similar hahahah. Things haven’t changed much have they?…” Case Study: While serving in a reserve unit for the military I had to drive a van full of other military idiots (i say that lovingly) to a training site. Big Strong Gate, but it was unattended. The people on that particular “sleepy base” (see the pattern?) were sleeping at 7am when we arrived for training. Myself and a comrade of mine jump out and walk up to the keypad. The four-digit year of our branch’s inception didnt work. We tried it again with the # symbol at the end… no luck. Try again with the * symbol? Jackpot….. So sad…. That same week while working my full time job as a LEO I responded to that same sleepy base for a boring call for a suspicious person. While chatting with the gate guard I used almost the exact quote above and learned the NEW gate code, since they had finally decided to change the code that they had been using for the whole last year…. So for the same obstacle I had used both a mechanical code solving method that fits more in line with lock picking and then later utilized a persons-hack to learn the code after it had changed. Hopefully this starts to highlight some ideas for target-selection, one of that hardest things to teach in Tactical Lock Picking. One of the reasons I freely teach people hard-techniques for lock picking and those people then turn-around and still take my fully involved courses for instruction; because it’s one thing to sit on your couch and pick open a MasterLock No.3. It’s another thing to deal with real people, real puzzles, real objectives (something you get from attending our courses here at UncensoredTactical). Stay Safe. Have Fun. Fuck Shit Up…and Stay LEGAL! -KM P.S. If you were trying to gain access to this semi-secure facility with the keypad pictured above, 3667* would be a pretty good guess ?? Posted on December 20, 2015December 20, 2015Tags Gate Codes, SE, Stupid Government, TLP Training for Idiots 101 “Participation” This training series is not necessarily going to be in any specific order but we’re gonna cover a ton of shit. And to be honest, in the title, “Idiots” is for the instructors, not the students. “Training” as well as instructorship is a HUGE topic for me, it hits close to home. I’m sick and tired of shitty instructors turning high-potential students into shitty operators. It’s bullshit. So the first topic, if you want to not be a dumb-ass instructor follows: “How to ACTUALLY entice participation” Don’t start off class by insulting your students. ::Instructor walks in:: (Use a snarky voice in your head, it’ll help paint the picture) “Ok let’s start by turning your cell phones off cuz all your little facebook friends will survive if they don’t hear from you for a while – and all your little pinterests and texts” (me me me me me, I’m important, you guys have no manners) 2. Don’t give rhetorical statements that are structured to prevent open discussion. (Snarky voice continued) “You’re stupid if you drive around with your seatbelt off!” ::sits in chair in civilian clothes, no gunbelt, no car, no real seatbelt:: “See how stupid easy this is?! I mean it’s your life on the line, and your insurance pay out!” ::puts on and off pretend seatbelt several times:: (Actually …”sir”… many of us have different body frames, and different gun belt set ups, and my belt actually does get caught on my taser quite often on shift, but you’re being a dick and since you’ve created this environment so far I’m going to go ahead and NOT debate this with you so that you don’t yell at me in front of my friends for correcting the statement that you set up with so much conviction…) 3. Don’t aggressively ask for participation then chide people who participate. (SHOCKINGLY common amongst instructors) “You. Any idea why this officer got shot?” …Ummm he didn’t watch the shooter’s hands? “No! He couldn’t have seen them… why else? You! Why.” …Ummm he was in a bad tactical position? “No! he was right where he was supposed to be… Who else. Come on participate!” …blank stares… (Yeah…”sir”… we’re about all fun’ed out. You fucking give us the answers) Now this may seem dumb and basic, and hopefully you don’t have these issues, but next time you are forced to attend training now you have a principle that you can keep in the back of your head when you are getting instructed. “If you want participation don’t create an environment that punishes it” At least now when you see this happening it will be easy for you to categorize it, remember it, and stop yourself from repeating it when you are instructing others. ?? Lot’s more on the way. -KM Posted on December 10, 2015 Oh “Instructor School” is a requirement? Interesting. OK. So. No shit, there I was. Department is broke so they can’t pay me over-time pay. So I missed a whole shift on the streets so that I could attend “really freaking important” annual training. It started out great: Learned an intro to Riot Control for about 4.5 hours of Powerpoint. Now my file says I have attended the Riot Control class. WooHoo! What my file DOESN’T say is (The instructor literally said “Well this is the last class I’m teaching for the year, and this is the part we’re supposed to go outside and practice these techniques, so we’re just going to skip that part, enjoy lunch!”) We’re going to leave that whole thing alone, but let’s note *in other lessons we will SURELY talk about the difference between certifications and skills. They are NOT interchangeable terms. Then we as LEO’s listened to a fat guy talk to us about nutrition. We’re going to table that as well (pun intended bitches). The meat and potatoes of today’s lesson (I crack myself up, man how stupid right? I mean, who is the guy at the company that says “We need someone to go teach these cops about our nutrition program and dieting… YOU! Fat guy! Go teach these cops that our program works!”. I’d like to meet that boss. I’d pull an old-school Donald Trump on his ass “You’re Fired”. But I’d do it real nonchalant and cool like. Also I’d fire the fat-nutritionist along with the guy that said he’s the man for the job.) …is… Hypocrites! Yayyyyyy! This fucking culture in this country is broken. There are only a very few tactical jobs (or any government job, or even civilian for that matter) out there that make fucking sense and where real, true, critical thinkers and hard workers fit in. Today’s final presentation was about not dying on the job. Now you’re talking my language! That I can get in line with. Exxxxxcept… “You need to drive slower. Although. I know that you sometimes MUST drive fast. But you’ve got to use good advanced driving techniques.” Ohh Ohh! Question. I’ve never been taught driving techniques for LEO operations. Well I did in the academy but we literally were disqualified if our cars went above 30mph. And that was only once. Also I did at the agency I’m with now, but that was a long time ago and … oh…. also we were not allowed to drive fast. We literally trained in a shopping mall parking lot. Speed was not encouraged. So after being told that we need to be constantly improving and to avoid “avoidable” deaths, we were not offered any extra advanced tactical driving training. So. It’s easy to SAY that we need to stay alive and change our culture to help keep cops alive, but, I see no one in sight that is giving me an option for improvement. So that’s where your taxpayer money goes folks. Take cops off the streets for a shift, to give them training so that their DEPARTMENTS can cover their own asses, offer no REAL training to help make a difference, and carry on carrying on. My favorite quote from class was from my “Change the Culture and Keep Cops Alive” instructor. As follows: “You never know when shit will hit the fan. We were ALL issued vests here, even in administrative LEO jobs! You BETTER always wear your vests and bring your guns, there’s no excuse. Even in police stations there are shootings. You better be prepared! ESPECIALLY when your shirt is a target and a billboard for shoot-me”. -He had a shirt that said Law Enforcement on it. No gun. No badge. No vest. Oh yeah, real easy to change this culture… I’ll get right on that. -KM Oh P.S. I’m not done yet. Instructor Principle: *If you want to encourage participation in the class you are teaching, you might not want to ostracize every person that raises their hand to participate. Just sayin, this shit ain’t rocket-surgery… OK. Done. Posted on December 5, 2015 The plan? Ok. Here’s the deal. We are going to do for the tactical community, specifically law enforcement and military, what no other website or podcast etc is currently doing. We will give you down to earth, no BS, politically incorrect real world info. Our info will consist of …ohhh I don’t know… a TON of different topics. Leadership; Training; Fitness; Crappy Leadership; Crowd sourced stories and articles; Shooting tips; debunking myths; Lock picking; Driving; and frankly (and uncensored-ly) whatever the fuck else we feel like sharing. If you don’t like bad words, don’t come back. If you wanna get down to business, you’ve come to the right place. -KM Posted on December 4, 2015 Proudly powered by WordPress

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