Tag Archives: violence

DT4EMS EXCLUSIVE: EMS’ Cab Camera Captures Scary Video/Audio

This video clip (below) was sent to me in the hopes of helping others see the need for a culture change. I have quoted statistics for years, screamed from the rooftops, been interviewed on radio and television stations, spoke in conferences and classes across the US… but little will make a person “think” like a […]

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I’d Tap That…Twice!

 The Double Tap Parry (DTP) from DT4EMS RELATED: Stances and Assessment L We have had a lot of people who have never attended one of our classes ask about our shirt and the “I’d Tap That…Twice” saying. I love the looks I get in airports across the country as I am sporting one. Your should […]

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Tragic Officer Involved Shooting of Off-Duty Firefighter- Lessons

Take something, anything you can, and learn from this tragic event. I wrestled with even addressing this one. I was bombarded with questions about my “thoughts” on it. I would usually just reply with “tragic” so my words would not get turned around by mistake. So here is my attempt at addressing an incident that […]

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Self-Defense in 2 Super Simple Steps; STFU and BTFU!

While simplistic in the approach, and street style in the choice of verbiage, no truer words have left my lips. All across the country when presenting, I ask the group if they have “that one guy or gal” that a scene may be going perfectly until that person shows up… then everything goes downhill or […]

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12 Leads and Capnography…Who needs that crap? Yeah, I said it.

 12 Lead, Capnography and Violence; A Culture Change Kip Teitsort, Founder DT4EMS, LLC   Many of you know I got my start in EMS in South Florida. You know, retirement heaven. The place where the parents of the elderly go to retire. Chest Pain, Shortness of Breath and VD were more than just common, they […]

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