In subject control tactics training (I do not like the word defensive in our training) the physical position where the officer is directly in front of the subject is often referred to as the Inside Position. In many systems this is taught as a position for the officer to avoid as it is seen as a position of disadvantage. The theory is that when the officer is in this position they are vulnerable to all the subject’s personal weapons. This theory is built upon with the continual direction to the officer to get off the line or get off the tracks.
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