OC Spray/Handcuffing and Baton Training
Baton Techniques Training
The effectiveness you have overcoming a subject using a straight baton (or explaining why it was necessary to use that use of force tool) is based in large measure on the practical knowledge and skills you are taught by an experienced instructor. Utilizing a comprehensive learning and dynamic hands-on curriculum, first-responders will learn how to utilize a straight baton, in direct and/or transitional techniques for overcoming resistance through strikes, jabs or blocks, and establish practical anatomical control over a subject for the purposes of escort and/or handcuffing.
Oleoresin Capsicum Aerosol Training
Basic users have been trained from agencies such as healthcare, federal, military, law enforcement, security, and corrections. This program is designed for human service professionals who deal with conflict or potential violence.
Identify the stages of conflict in order to: recognize the threat, reduce the threat, and determine how and when to use force.
Apply modern tactical concepts.
Avoid liability suits by understanding the effects of OC spray
Identifying factors which justify OC use
Proper OC incident documentation.
Practical and Tactical Handcuffing Training
Handcuffs are among the most often used tool by officers, yet training is severely lacking. Studies show that over 67% of resistance by subjects occurs after the first handcuff has been applied. Tactical Handcuffing Training When an Individual becomes uncooperative, handcuffing may the safest course of action for the individual, yourself and for others. The act of handcuffing should not escalate an individual to resist you. This act of restraining someone can quickly become a difficult task for officers. There are individuals who WILL become uncooperative or even combative when being handcuffed.