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Courses

Courses can be developed and customized to fit your organizational needs.


Tactical Narcotics (3 day)
Tactics for Courthouse Violence (Classroom)
Tactical Courthouse (2 day)
Ambush Survival Tactics (2 day)
Private Enforcement Tactics (Classroom)
Survival Tactics for Correctional Officers (1 day)
Probation and Parole Tactics (1 day)
Managing Compassion Fatigue
Stress Management for Law Enforcement Officers
Water Survival Tactics I
Water Survival Tactics II (Boat Patrol Officers)
Physical Fitness Trainer Course
Situational Awareness for Healthcare and Social Service Professionals

COURSES/DESCRIPTION

Tactical Narcotics (3 day)

Course Content

This training is designed for law enforcement officers assigned to a drug, vice or tactical investigative unit, or patrol officers where the unit’s primary role is to investigate and apprehend serious, or violent law violators. The course will focus on the dangers of any undercover operation and planning issues to include undercover operations, vehicle take downs, and buy busts. Tactical procedures include tactics for dynamic entries, search warrant tactics, breeching, vehicle take downs, structure entries, member responsibilities and associated general tactics. Agent rescue training will cover tactics, responsibilities, equipment needed, methods of trauma care. Several other topics covered are designed to enhance the student’s perspective and intuitive ability such as body language and pre-attack indicators, flash roll management, mental preparation, mindset for peak performance and confidential informant management. All instructors are subject matter experts; all material is presented in class, and during scenario based practical training.

Cost: This is a customized course and cost will depend on several variables; call for details and price or Contact us

 


 

Tactics for Courthouse Violence (Classroom)

Course Content

This one day (8 hour) course examines the specific responsibilities of courthouse law enforcement and security officers and explores the true potential for violence. This course uses security specific case studies and videos to help you examine the criminal thought process and to teach you to successfully detect pre-attack indicators, read body language and link your mindset to your performance.

This course will give you detailed insight into the potential for courthouse and courtroom violence and cover important life-saving information including:

  • Understanding and interpreting body language
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Predicting and responding to courtroom disorders
  • Establishing physical and mental Peak Performance
  • The characteristics of an active shooter
  • How law enforcement should respond in an active shooter incident
  • Courtroom dynamics
  • Victim/witness escorts
  • High profile court dangers
  • Less lethal force and deadly force

Who should attend: Any person who has dealings with the public in their capacity as a law enforcement officer, corrections officer, security officer or employee within a court facility.

Cost: $99.00 per student Contact us

 


 

Tactical Courthouse (1 or 2 day)

Course Content

This course is designed for law enforcement and or armed officers assigned to courthouse security. During recent years violence has increased inside and outside our courthouses within the United States. Your courthouse is only as safe as the skill level and mindset of the officers who protect it. This is a one or two day mixture of classroom and practical, stair step approach to teach the student officer how to perform physically under stress, during violent encounters against citizens and employees at the courthouse as well as the officer. The officers must be well prepared mentally and physically to deal with any type of violent situation. They must be confident with their abilities having a solid working knowledge of what actions and tactics they can use to protect and secure the courthouse.

This course will provide the following realistic and practical training for the student:

  • Learn to move tactically with firearm in hand during high stress encounters within the courthouse and or courtroom
  • Learn how to enter a hostile courtroom during shots fired or other violent encounter
  • Understand the importance of close quarter tactics to include contact shooting and how to use the technique safely
  • Learn how to conduct victim escorts from the courtroom/courthouse using two to four officers
  • Learn the basics of trauma care post violent encounter as well as a one and two member rescue carry
  • Learn less lethal and deadly force decision making through scenario based training
  • Learn the importance of the cover contact technique as well as the follow through after shooting a suspect
  • Understand and learn weapon retention while at the courthouse and in the courtroom
  • Have a clear working knowledge on how to strategically position them self at security check points and within the courtroom
  • Understanding what is cover and concealment within their assigned area of the courthouse

Cost: This is a customized course and cost will depend on several variables; call for details and price or Contact us

 


 

Ambush Tactics (2 day)

Course Content

This two day course is designed for law enforcement officers assigned to uniform patrol, street crimes or a violent offender unit. This course has minimal classroom mixed with practical hands on training. It will teach the student how to perform physically under stress during violent encounters against them and the citizens in their community. This course includes two training segments which include both tactical and medical. Upon completing the course students will receive a certificate for law enforcement responders in TECC/TCCC and a certificate for tactical patrol techniques. With increasing violence to law enforcement officers, practical scenario based training is paramount to their survival. Officers must be prepared mentally and physically to deal with any type of violent encounter. They must be confident with their abilities and have a solid working knowledge of what actions and tactics to use including medical trauma care. This course will provide the student with a strong platform to build from and expose them to the following realistic and practical training:

  • Mental and physical techniques for maintaining your peak performance to WIN
  • Less lethal and deadly force decision making through scenario based training
  • Dynamic and Slow deliberate structure clearing techniques
  • Techniques for traffic stops and related violent vehicle encounters
  • Close quarter shooting tactics
  • low light movement tactics and clearing techniques
  • Armed suicidal subject encounters; "Suicide by Cop"
  • Hostage situations: containment vs. immediate action
  • Tactics for foot pursuits
  • Tactics for ambushes
  • Rescue carries and trauma medical equipment needed
  • Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC/TCCC) for law enforcement responders


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Private Enforcement Tactics (Classroom)

Course Content

This one day (8 hour) course examines the specific responsibilities of private security and protective officers and explores the true potential for violence. This course uses security specific case studies and videos to help examine the criminal thought process and teach the officer to successfully detect pre-attack indicators, read body language and link your mindset to your performance. This course will give you a detailed insight into the potential for violence and coverimportantlife-saving information including:

  • Understanding and interpreting body language and proxemics
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Predicting and responding to violent subjects
  • Establishing physical and mental Peak Performance
  • Tactics for approaching unknown subjects
  • Tactics for pre, during and post violent encounters
  • Characteristics of an active shooter and how to respond
  • Use of less lethal and deadly force

Who should attend:Any person employed as a private security officer, security guard or protection officer who provides enforcement, security and protection in any setting public or private.


Cost: $99.00 per student Contact us

 


 

Survival Tactics for Correctional Officers

Course Content

This dynamic one day course examines the specific responsibilities of correctional officers and explores the true potential for violence in the correctional institution. This course uses specific case studies and videos to help you examine the criminal thought process and will teach you to successfully detect pre-attack indicators, read body language and link your mindset to your performance. This course will give you a detailed insight into the potential for violence in the correctional institution and cover important life-saving information including:

  • Roles and responsibilities of the correctional officer
  • The importance of verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Understanding violent encounters and the training you need to win
  • Understanding and interpreting pre-attack indicators
  • Developing techniques for physical and mental peak performance
  • Low, moderate and high custody considerations
  • High security inmate escorts and transports
  • Less-lethal and deadly force decision making
  • Escalation and de-escalation during use of force encounters
  • Your institutional integrity
  • Understanding stress and your performance

Who should attend:Any person whose responsibilities include securing, processing, escorting, supervising or transporting incarcerated subjects in their capacity as a law enforcement officer, corrections officer, transportation officer, private security officer or civilian employee within a correctional facility.


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Probation and Parole Tactics

Course Content

This dynamic one day course examines the specific responsibilities of probation and parole officers and explores the true potential for violence. This course uses specific case studies and videos to help you examine the criminal thought process and will teach you to successfully detect pre-attack indicators, read body language and link your mindset to your performance. This course will give you a detailed insight into the potential for violence in the field as well as the office and cover important life-saving information including:

  • Roles and responsibilities of the probation officer
  • Violence in the office – preparation and a plan
  • The importance of verbal and non-verbal communication
  • The true violent person and the predator mindset
  • Understanding violent encounters and the training you need to win
  • Interpreting and responding to pre-attack indicators
  • Developing techniques for physical and mental peak performance
  • The dangers of home visits
  • Less-lethal and deadly force decision making
  • Responding to an active shooter event in your office
  • Understanding stress and your performance

Who should attend:Any probation or parole officer who controls, supervises and has the authority to incarcerate offenders. Also, any civilian employee within a parole or probation facility who may be present with offenders during office visits.


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Managing Compassion Fatigue

Course Content

This 2-day training program is designed for first responders, medical professionals, social workers, and other professionals caring for traumatized victims, patients and clients. This program will examine compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, critical incident stress and other occupational stressors along with the related stress reactions. Students will be provided with a general awareness of the causes of compassion fatigue and tools to help manage it and related stressors. Those attending will be exposed to the benefits of physical exercise, nutrition, stress relief strategies and create a self-care plan. Attendees should wear comfortable clothes and shoes suitable for walking.

  • Identifying Compassion Fatigue in yourself and others
  • Compassion Fatigue and the related stress reaction
  • Critical Incident and Traumatic Stress
  • Stress Management Techniques
  • Managing Stress with Nutrition
  • Managing Stress with Physical Fitness
  • Substance Abuse
  • The Role of Family and Friends
  • Resources for Stress Management


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Water Survival Tactics I

Course Content

This 2-day training program is designed to teach officers offensive and defensive survival skills when conducting activities on, in or around bodies of water. Waterproofing ensures that officers who are working in a water environment have the necessary skills to protect themselves and others. All officers will find themselves working around a water area at some point in their career and must recognize there is a potential for being immersed in that environment. They need to have the skills and confidence to survive and win. This course will give officers a detailed insight into the potential for water immersion and cover important life-saving information including:

  • Rescue techniques
  • Movement in the water
  • Treading water and breathing control
  • Waterproofing techniques for the officer
  • Self-defense tactics while in the water
  • Handgun and impact weapon deployment and control
  • Defensive positioning, strikes and kicks
  • Redirection, evasion and escapes
  • Handgun retention and shooting from the water
  • Understanding the ballistics of shooting while in or underwater


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Stress Management for Law Enforcement Officers

Course Content

This 2-day training course is designed to enhance the law enforcement, correctional and probation officer;s ability to deal with stressful situations that are inherent in the criminal justice profession. A general awareness of the causes and types of stress, as well as ways to resolve stress, should lead to more effective job performance. This program will examine common stressors for law enforcement practitioners and provide them with positive ways to address and manage those stressors in all areas of the officer’s life. Those attending will be exposed to the benefits of nutrition, physical fitness and various stress relief therapies. During this course, students will develop a Personal Stress Management Plan. Attendees should wear comfortable clothes and shoes suitable for walking. Additionally, this is an approved FDLE 40-hour salary incentive course when offered in Florida.

  • Common Stressors related to Law Enforcement
  • The Stress Response
  • Critical Incidents, Traumatic Stress and PTSD
  • Stress Management Techniques
  • Substance Abuse
  • Wellness
  • Resources for Stress Management

Who should attend:Any certified law enforcement officer with basic swimming skills. This training is a must for ALL law enforcement officers. All exercises will be conducted in full duty dress and gear: T- shirt, pants (BDU) with a swimsuit underneath, shoes and swim goggles will be required. Bring lunch, plenty of water or sports beverages and a change of clothes. Ballistic vests, training guns and web gear will be provided at training.


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Water Survival Tactics II (Boat Patrol Officers)

Course Content

This 1-day training program is designed for law enforcement officers assigned to marine units and will teach those officers offensive and defensive survival skills when conducting activities on, in or around bodies of water. Water proofing ensures that officers working in a water environment have the necessary skills to protect themselves and others. This course will involve in-water defensive tactics and practical exercises on vessels in open water settings. The host is required to provide two vessels along with one additional vessel for class sizes with more than 6 participants.


This course will give you detailed insight into the potential for water immersion while assigned to work on patrol vessels and around water craft and will cover important boating safety and life-saving information including:

  • Screening officers selected for water patrol assignments
  • Rescue and self-rescue techniques
  • Movement in the water
  • Water proofing techniques for the officer
  • Self-defense tactics while on the vessel and in the water
  • Handgun and impact weapon deployment and control
  • Redirection, evasion and escapes
  • Required and recommended safety equipment for vessels
  • Officer/subject factors while conducting boat boarding
  • Evading an armed attacker
  • Regaining control of the patrol vessel

Who should attend:Any certified law enforcement officer who has successfully completed the RAD Training 2- day Water Survival Tactics course and is currently assigned or desiring to be assigned boat patrol duties. All exercises will be conducted in full duty dress and gear. Required Equipment: Each student must bring a USCG approved type III or V PFD, shirt, pants (BDU) with a swimsuit underneath, shoes and swim goggles. Other required items: lunch, sunscreen, plenty of water or sports beverages and a change of clothes.


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Physical Fitness Trainer Course

Course Content

This 4-day, (32-hour) course will guide instructors who are responsible for, or interested in, developing a fitness or wellness program and for officers interested in maintaining a fit for duty lifestyle. Officers who maintain a healthy lifestyle are better able to handle the stresses of the law enforcement profession. Officers who are fit for duty tend to have less on the job injuries, worker’s compensation claims, use fewer sick days and receive less complaints. The goal of the course is to provide pertinent information on implementing a safe and effective training program including the following topics:

  • Nutrition
  • Wellness
  • Fitness Concepts
  • Safety Concepts
  • Training Liability
  • Designing a Physical Fitness Program


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Situational Awareness for Healthcare and Social Service Professionals

Course Content

This 1-day course examines the dangers faced by professionals whose job responsibility includes but is not limited to interviewing clients and assessing medical, psychological, emotional and social information. Child Protection, Behavioral Health, Healthcare, and other Social Service workers will benefit from this course as it provides detailed insight into the potential for violence, both in the field and the office. This course uses specific case studies and videos to help you examine the criminal thought process and will teach you to successfully detect pre-attack indicators, read body language and link your mindset to your performance. Those attending will also be exposed to the benefits of self-care practices, to include wellness, stress relief, basic life-saving strategies to combat Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, Traumatic Stress and serious bodily injury.

  • Violence in the office
  • The dangers of home visits
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication
  • The predator mindset and pre-attack indicators
  • The dangers of social media
  • Maintaining a mental and physical peak
  • Compassion Fatigue, Burnout and PTSD
  • Dealing with critical incidents
  • Self-care and stress management
  • Basic trauma care


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