By Michael J. McMains, Wayman C. Mullins
Major professionals on negotiations current the results of years of study, software, trying out and experimentation, and useful event. rules and functions from a variety of disciplines are mixed to create a conceptual framework for the hostage negotiator. rules and ideas are defined in order that the working towards negotiator can practice the rules outlined.McMains and Mullins are prime experts on trouble negotiations.Learning ambitions, dialogue questions, and real-life negotiation events extend at the textual content.
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The ASAC tried to deﬂate the right rear tire by shooting it, and ordered the right engine disabled by gunﬁre. When the engines were quieted, he approached the plane and found two dead hostages, and a mortally wounded hijacker (FBI, 1985). The district court ruled that the FBI was not negligent in its handling of the hijacking. It ruled that the use of force was not unreasonable under the circumstances and that the agent in charge had taken the course of action that would maximize the hostages’ safety.
Without consideration of the other side, negotiations become nothing more than power struggles. 15 16 CRISIS NEGOTIATIONS 2. Resolve conﬂicting interests fairly. This element focuses on the idea that there has to be some standard by which parties involved in a negotiation can judge the fairness of an agreement. It is not just the exercise of the most power that determines the correct solution to a problem. Rather, negotiators have to be able to show how a solution beneﬁts both parties. In a hostage incident, beneﬁting both parties does not necessarily mean going along with the hostage taker’s initial demands.
Consequently, two types of third-party intermediaries were used to facilitate communication and inﬂuence different members of the barricaded Freemen. Family associates were used to inﬂuence their loved ones to come out, and public ﬁgures who were recognized as having some status with the Freemen were used to inﬂuence decisions that affected all Freemen. The FBI gained the following from the Freeman standoff (Romano, 1998a): 1. Validation of the use of active listening techniques to defuse intense emotions 2.
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