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Decisions at the Speed of Light

Stress and its Effect on Officer Performance

Course Overview

A deadly force decision is one of the most impactful and stressful an officer can make. It’s most often made in the blink of an eye and will happen under the highest level of stress a body will ever experience.

Are you prepared for that moment?

Do you understand the psychological and biological issues that come into play when you’re under that kind of pressure? Are you prepared to override the mental and physical anomalies that surface in extreme- stress situations? This course will demonstrate the realities of what happens to the body as it experiences acute stress, and offer tools to help maintain physical, psychological and physiological control over it.

Chief Scott Hughes will confront these critical issues through the lens of science and discuss the underlying reasons officers overreact, behave unprofessionally and even use unnecessary force.

Topics will include 

  • What the body experiences under extreme
  • Understanding acute, sudden-onset
  • Time, speed & behavior in lightning-fast force
  • Critically evaluating your training and considering where you may need
  • Visual, auditory & cognitive phenomenon that can impact
  • Evaluating the Constitutionality of
  • Step-by-step dissections of actual force encounters recorded on


Upcoming Seminars

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Constitutional Use of Force
Legal to Reasonable Force Issues

Decisions at the Speed of Light
Stress and its Effect on Officer Performance

Legally Justified; But was it Avoidable?
The Crucial Question at the Core of Use of Force

Spotting Pre-Assault Indicators
This is not your average “body language” course.

Tactical Communication for the Rookie Officer
Learning to Master Face-to-Face Contacts

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