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Maneuver Warfare Theory and Law Enforcement Douglas Anderson

Maneuver Warfare Theory and Law Enforcement

Douglas Anderson

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B. H. Liddell Hart stated that the way to success in war is strategically along the line of least expectation and tactically along the line of least resistance. In this handbook we will be discussing maneuver warfare and its advantages. The purposeMoreB. H. Liddell Hart stated that the way to success in war is strategically along the line of least expectation and tactically along the line of least resistance. In this handbook we will be discussing maneuver warfare and its advantages. The purpose of maneuver warfare is to gain an advantage over the enemy in some way positionally or psychologically. The tactical success of any law enforcement team hinges on its ability to dislocate and exploit the suspect’s orientation. It emphasizes the course of least expectation: to do what the suspect is least likely to foresee. The officers should exploit the line of least resistance, placing strength against weakness. Maneuver warfare allows the officer’s plan to be flexible and adaptive to the circumstances that are encountered.