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Security Officer - Continuing Education

Laws of Arrest & Search for the Security Officer

This 4 hour course covers Arrest and Search theory and Texas criminal code, the use of force and the force continuum, defensive tactics and retention procedures. It teaches the security officer how to use less-than-lethal-force as an alternative when deadly force is not authorized or available, as well as: threat analysis, handcuffing, dealing with multiple persons, search scaenarios and transporting/escorting suspects.

Subjects Covered:

  • Theory
  • Culpable States
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Force Continuum
  • Threat Analysis
  • Verbalization
  • Approach Direction
  • Defensive Tactics
  • Control/Restraint Techniques
  • Using Handcuffs, Nomenclature, Preparation and Positioning
  • Search and Search Guidelines
  • Search and the Opposite Sex
  • Transporting/Escorting

Required Equipment:

Duty belt with handcuffs and case

Prerequisites:

None

Cost: $75.00 (4 hours)

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Leadership and Supervision in Security Industry

When professionals in the private security industry are given new leadership responsibility, their success depends on how quickly they learn people-oriented management skills to complement their expert knowledge. In this 6 hour program, you quickly gain key skills, best practices and behaviors of effective managers – leadership, delegation, motivation, empowerment, communication and vision – as well as powerful techniques for getting the best from people.

Subjects Covered:

  • Establishing a sense of direction
  • Applying core management skills, tools and techniques to deliver results
  • Develop a proactive customer-focused approach
  • Enhance your leadership abilities by developing emotional intelligence
  • Ethics in applied leadership
  • Communicate with, motivate and empower your team
  • Delegate work to individuals and teams
  • Adopting a continuous improvement mindset
  • Develop a management vision for success

Required Equipment:

None.

Prerequisites

None.

Cost: $85.00 (6 hours)

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OC and Baton for Security

This is a packaged set of training courses that include Oleoresin Capsicum, or OC, ASP or expandable baton. This course is a focused curriculum on the use of these defensive tools specifically designed for the certification of the Texas security officer.

This class will give you a thorough understanding of how pepper sprays work on an assailant, the legalities associated with their use, and how to deploy pepper spray quickly and effectively. You will learn how to use unarmed self defense skills to gain the time necessary to use the sprays. And you will even get to practice those defenses and spray an attacker with inert spray during simulated confrontations.

You will also gain confidence in the use of the ASP or any baton-type impact weapon. You will learn to form the weapon into an extension of your body, and use it safely and effectively. You will be able to perform all techniques full force on striking bags. We will teach you threat assessment and verbal commands. We will also discuss the use-of-force continuum and laws concerning the use of batons.

The benefits to this training program are a reduction in officer/subject injury, reduced exposure to civil/criminal liability, reduced workers compensation claims and an increase in officer safety.

Subjects Covered:

Oleoresin Capsicum

  • Keeping from spraying oneself
  • What happens if you are sprayed
  • Keeping an assailant from taking your OC
  • Multiple assailants
  • OC on animals
  • Legalities of carry.

Batons

  • Safety with batons in training and self-defense
  • Vital points of the anatomy
  • Grips of the weapon
  • Ready positions
  • Snapping, shocking, whipping, and interval strikes
  • “Loaded”, tip, and butt-cap strikes
  • Punches and angle cross strikes
  • Thrusting techniques
  • Attack and counterattack combinations
  • Multiple opponent drills
  • Retention of the weapon against grabs
  • Weapon nomenclature, types, styles, and sizes
  • Weapon selection, maintenance, repair, and carriers available.

Required Equipment:

If you have an Expandable/Straight Baton, please bring to class, otherwise we will have one to borrow; Mouth guard.

Cost: $99.00 (10 hours)

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Report Writing Skills for the Security Officer

The accuracy and quality of an incident report reflects upon the credibility of the reporting officer and the company he represents. An officer’s total effort when responding to a situation can be summarized on a few sheets of paper. The report may be used to help an experienced prosecutor decide whether or not to bring a case to trial. Written reports are the primary means of communication between the officer, supervisor and client. Well written reports show the client that they have hired a professional. The intrinsic benefits are numerous for both the officer and the company that employs him/her. This curriculum is used by police departments nationwide and is published by the Law Enforcement Resource Center for Departmental Instructors.

Subjects Covered:

  • Word Usage
  • Common Language
  • Writing Techniques
  • Report Styles
  • Five W’s and action taken
  • Five C’s
  • Practice Reports & Evaluation

Required Equipment:

Notebook and pen

Prerequisites:

None

Cost: $60.00 (4 hours)

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TASER® Electronic Control Devices

TASER® devices save lives and are generically known as electronic control devices. TASER® brand devices are among the safest use-of-force options available today. TASER® systems use proprietary technology to safely incapacitate dangerous, combative or high-risk individuals who pose a risk to law enforcement and security officers, innocent citizens or themselves. TASER® devices have been proven statistically to dramatically reduce injury rates to suspects and officers.

This course is designed to provide training on the use of TASER® brand electronic control devices. Force options and decision making, tactics, medical issues, weapon maintenance and personal safety are just a few of the topics covered in this workshop.

Subjects Covered:
•Technology overview
•Electrical and medical background
•How ECDs work to incapacitate
•Student exposure
•Device maintenance
•Firing drills
•Drive stun
•Tactical considerations
•Probe removal considerations
•Comparison of TASER® models
•Field applications & what can go wrong
•Safety considerations and associated risks
•Practical scenario(s) and written examination

Required Equipment:
Students are required to bring two(2) new/unused M26/X26 TASER® Cartridges with them to class.

Prerequisites:
Students should have a current and valid registration as a Non-Commissioned or Commissioned Security Officer.

Cost: $175.00 (8 hours)

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