This officer safety course is designed to educate and empower attendees with information to help them recognize, prepare for and respond to the sovereignty movement and to protect themselves during interactions. It emphasizes the importance of heightened awareness about the group, its ideology and tactics in real world scenarios related to workplace and community interactions.
De-Escalation skills and techniques are the cornerstone to crisis resolution. Attendees in this course will be able to explain social, behavioral, legal, ethical, and tactical considerations that are intended to de-escalate a situation or prevent escalation into an undesirable confrontation. Additionally, they will be able to describe methods to solicit and obtain cooperation from a potentially uncooperative but non-threatening subject.
This program is designed to define a Medical Threat Assessment, to include a medical plan for a tactical operation. Attendees will learn how to apply techniques to control life threatening bleeding during Care under Fire in a (HOT ZONE). Additionally, they will perform techniques to treat life threatening and non-life threatening injuries during Tactical Field Care in a (WARM ZONE).
Current research indicates that emotional intelligence (EI) can be a better indicator of success than IQ (intellect) alone. This course will provide an understanding of what EI is, how it applies to individuals. how to develop strategies for improvement of EI, and how to take what they have learned and apply it in their personal and professional lives.
The ability to stay flexible and consistently bounce back to who you are — your ways of thinking, feeling and behaving at home and before you started the career are initially easy. Over time; however, something happens and you begin losing your ability to bounce back as quickly or easily. While some of these changes are acceptable, necessary and even welcome, its when the changes become destructive that changes need to be made. This course discusses the need for self-care in law enforcement and provides wellness strategies to assist in overcoming burnout.
This leadership course focuses on law enforcement managers and supervisors, their jobs, and the interrelationships between members of the law enforcement team and the communities they serve. This comprehensive course emphasizes the responsibilities of law enforcement leaders, leadership and management roles, the newest principles in policing, and technology that is changing law enforcement today. Discussions examine current geopolitical issues and data-driven policing, as well as intelligence-led, evidence-based, and predictive policing. Attendees also consider "grey" moral issues facing supervisors every day and identify ways to work through and effectively handle many dilemmas leaders face in daily.
This exploratory, interactive course will educate current upcoming law enforcement executives on the latest information regarding alcohol/drug abuse, post traumatic stress, stress/anxiety, depression, and suicide within the law enforcement community. With increased knowledge, police organizations will be able to create and improve current policies and programs that encourage officers in crisis to seek help so that they may remain productive and contributing members of their law enforcement organization.
This course is designed to provide attendees with the tools necessary to conduct drug interdiction operations in patrol settings; including how to identify narcotics activity during traffic stops, the proper techniques for conducting vehicle searches and what to know in order to detect and identify drug traffickers. This course will prepare the attendee to understand drug trafficking, identify trafficking methods and build cases to disrupt narcotics networks in their communities. A strong emphasis is placed on intergovernmental cooperation and information sharing among agencies to better address narcotics threats, money laundering and ties to domestic terrorism. This course recognizes that many rural law enforcement agencies have limited financial resources, equipment, personnel, and access to back-up officers.
Technological advancements over the last 25 years have dramatically altered the traditional crime landscape and have forced law enforcement agencies to adapt to the change. Law enforcement officers are now expected to protect their communities from local offenders committing “traditional” crimes, in addition to computer hackers 10,000 miles away. This new cyber threat is forcing law enforcement to identify its role in preventing cyber crime and how to investigate crimes that are committed through the use of technology. Attendees in this course will identify and discuss digital evidence awareness, emerging cyber crime trends, and digital forensics.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is prevalent in nearly 1 in 59 school-age children, resulting in the likelihood that first responders will encounter someone with ASD during their career. These individuals are commonly the victims of criminal activities, may wander from home, or be mistaken as someone acting strangely in the community. Attendees in this course will learn how to interact with individuals on the Autism Spectrum in community and emergency settings, and reduce the possibility of misunderstanding or escalation when situations arise. Guidelines for interacting with individuals with ASD will be discussed through information sharing, role-playing, use of video scenarios, and a question and answer session.
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