This training helps prepare today’s law enforcement professionals for duty. This training can help improve your safety by introducing and reexamining essential skills that every law enforcement professional should possess.
Threats and Challenges: As the threats and challenges faced by law enforcement continue to change on both a national and local scale, so must each officer and law enforcement training. Current training topics in this evolving category include crisis-intervention techniques, casualty care and rescue concepts, and law enforcement professionalism.
Words and Actions: Detect and decipher visual and verbal cues by subjects and learn how your words and actions affect an encounter. Having these skills can help you diffuse and de-escalate a dangerous situation, detect a hidden weapon, or prevent an attempted assault.
Mind and Body: Prepare yourself today, both physically and mentally, for whatever tomorrow may bring by learning methods to improve long-term wellness and resiliency. Listen to an officer’s personal story of survival and recovery from a critical incident.
Instructors will provide officers with tools to enhance professionalism while utilizing techniques for preventing and de-escalating situations that may result in a violent encounter. In order to provide participants with training of the highest standards, instruction will be delivered by law enforcement practitioners and subject-matter experts.
Twenty hours of in-service training credits will be available.