July 19, 2020

Tactical Breakdown

Tactical Breakdown

Description Get actionable training and tactics from the best Law Enforcement, Military, and Emergency Response instructors in the world. Join us on our quest to make you, your agency, and your community safer.


Description

Get actionable training and tactics from the best Law Enforcement, Military, and Emergency Response instructors in the world. Join us on our quest to make you, your agency, and your community safer. Our goal is to bring you a platform that gives an in-depth look at the most current training, tactics, and technology used by today's top Law Enforcement, Military, and Security experts. Our Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) bring you their real-world knowledge and experiences and breakdown the incidents, operations, and personal stories that influenced them. We are proud to have partnered with organizations from across Canada to raise awareness of Mental Health and Crisis Response for our First Responders, LEOs, Active & Veteran Military Members, and Security Personnel across the world. We will be bringing on experts to share information and resources that you can use yourself, another person, or your organization.

What We Liked

Great energy. Great guest

Glad that reminded me who the guest is and why he's there.

Good job of explaining CCTM might do that more often.

Nice job of talking to one person most of the time.

Nice job of teasing “coming up on the podcast” (maybe get more specific).

Have a good shift – you really know your listener.

Nice job of staying out of the guest's way, and letting him state his opinion.

Nice job asking the guest to clarify.

Nice focused call to action.

Great resources and easy contact page. The website is easy to navigate.

What Might Need a Little Polish

A lot of history of the guest. Do we need all of his backstories?

Your volume needs adjusting during the intro.

Have a first question that gets into the content instead of a generic history question.

Some low hanging ums, but not enough to worry about.

No way to share episodes.

If you're using an iframe, those are horrible for SEO.

White text on a black background can be taxing on the eyes.

The occasional use of group speak.

Your newsletter needs more of an incentive.

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Adam Kinakin

Host and Producer Tactical Breakdown

Adam Kinakin is the host and producer of The Tactical Breakdown Podcast. A former Infantry Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces, he has had the honor to work alongside some of the best Military and Law Enforcement Instructors and Educators in the world.

Now located in Winnipeg, MB, Adam spends his time training, coaching, and consulting for Private Agencies across Canada. Adam is an accredited Instructor and Trainer under both the Justice and Solicitor General for Alberta and the Manitoba Department of Justice. He is also an active member of the International Law Enforcement Educators & Trainers Association (ILEETA).

In his free time, you can find him at home with his wife Megan and his three small children. He is a life-long martial artist currently studying Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and is beginning his endeavor to pass his passion for martial arts to his children.