Injuries and deaths – to both officers and citizens – and damage that negatively impacts the police/community relationship most often occur during “routine” uniformed police duties. Street Patrol is one of the most common, yet dangerous actions performed by police officers. Responding to calls in progress, traffic stops, and citizen encounters are a leading cause of grievances and physical harm.
This highly informative course, presented in both a 3 hour, live-online format and an 8 hour live in-person seminar, utilizes current videos and illustrations to examine how to prevent these occurrences.
Regardless of agency size, this class benefits every officer from rookies to veterans. From handcuffing and arrest techniques, to de-escalation and communication, this course will make you safer on the streets – ingraining best practices into your “toolbox.” While the course is designed to be dynamic, practical and fun, it takes the subject of officer safety very seriously. By the end of the seminar, you will be able to immediately implement new tactics and techniques which will increase your confidence and dramatically improve your officer safety skills.
This course is constantly evolving, incorporating current events and relevant supporting material that meet the professional needs of Law Enforcement.
Course topics include:
This class is a crash course in contemporary leadership skills and traits. It’s essential to those interested in learning… and great to those currently leading.
Officer Rivera, Salinas PD, CA
“The course and instructor were great. I learned some great tactics on how to safely make traffic stops. I loved the video analysis to easier understand tactics.”
Cpl. Reynolds – Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, AL
“Wonderful class. Really really appreciate the new tactics I learned from this class. I look forward to implementing them into patrol.”
Officer Everett – Topsham Police Department, ME
“Excellent Course. Great material….good tips and training for the future and a great reminder to always be ready for anything.”
Officer Smeraldo – West Orange Police Department, NJ