January 15, 2020 - January 16, 2020
7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Venue: Mall of America Security
Mall of America
60 E. Broadway – Parkview Meeting Center (Southwest corner of Nickelodeon Universe)
Spotting Pre-Assault Indicators
This is not your average “body language” course.
Stopping violence before it starts is a learnable and necessary skill. Too often, officers are reactive to aggression rather than predictive. Preparing for a violent encounter requires that you quickly and accurately identify behaviors that indicate vicious intent. If done effectively, you have the power to influence outcomes.
How to Predict Violence & Influence Behavior begins by delving deeply into the science of Kinesics and the study of body language, stances, gestures, and micro-expressions. Using videos of recent attacks on officers, we analyze subtle movements, mannerisms and warning signs of the impending aggression. We will discuss how these same, proven skills can assist in getting confessions.
We then discuss the critical importance of your own behavior and how it can be affected by emotion and stress. Learn what science tells us about human behavior and how asking the right questions, actively listening and showing empathy can be the keys to controlling, redirecting and influencing others. Once learned, you can control the outcome of a potentially deadly encounter.
Old School ‘verbal defense’ classes train old school communication theory. This course was developed using today’s research in the science of human behavior and decades of real street experience.
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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
“VERY good course. The instructor has great experience that he incorporates into the classroom. This kept the students focused on the material presented.” Patrol Officer Hvinden – Lakeville, MN
“Valuable information in regards to recognizing the signs of unconscious behavior and good communication.” Officer Szwajkowski – Evesham Township, NJ