Coral Springs Police Department
Police Use of Force for Command, Supervisors and Trainers
“A Systematic Approach”
Oct. 25, 2017 / 0800 – 1600 Hours
Congratulations to the officers of South FLA who successfully completed the 8 hour workshop on Use of Force for Command, Supervision and Training. A Special THANK YOU to Coral Springs FLA PD and Ms. Debbie Hamilton for hosting the event.
What the students had to say;
Please assess the quality of this presentation?
Great presentation and good information.
Very well presented.
Great class makes you evaluate what you’re doing.
Great presentation. Lieutenant Dillon has a ton of energy which gets the students’ attention.
Very dynamic presenter.
Up-to-date and relevant.
Relevant and timely.
Very well done extremely useful.
Helpful and necessary.
Very well prepared and thorough knowledge.
Very knowledgeable instructor.
Was this program relevant to your work assignment?
All topics raised are job specific.
Currently utilizing resources and methods in literature that were presented in the lecture.
Will be an asset for our PD.
Roads patrol, yes – excellent.
Yes, especially with interviewing.
Yes, does a great job of having you evaluate your general orders and training.
Very much so!
Would you recommend this training to other officers?
100% of attending officers stated they would recommend this program to their peers.
Please assess the instructors of this program.
The best police instructor in 27 years of police work. I enjoyed all Lieutenant Dillon is classes. Very dynamic instructor.
Lieutenant Dillon always puts good quality training together. Kevin has a gift of presenting classroom instruction. He always keeps his audience interested.
Lieutenant Dillon is very knowledgeable with tons of experience. He kept the class motivated and gave great scenarios. Good job!
Very knowledgeable, animated and passionate about the topics discussed.
Great instructor. Kept class engaged. Good use of video, PowerPoint, and handouts.
Great instructor will attend another.
Great job, look for it to taking more of his training.
Very dynamic, engaging in knowledgeable.
Qualified, proven effective techniques, taught providing real base scenarios.
Please explain how this training will enable you to change or improve your present assignment.
This information will be infused into our yearly training.
Improve our program by bringing back the information.
To get with our internal affairs supervisors to work more closely together.
As an instructor for our training unit some of the training can be used to add to our current use of force training.
Provided numerous real scenarios, relevant and daily issues facing any agency.
Will bring these ideas and situations to our PD to develop effective training.
Reassessing to try to slow down and think more when I am involved in an incident.
This will assist with interviews on high profile cases.
Better explaining what is going on in officer’s minds during use of force in applying to teaching.
Gives assurance that we are on same page, more stats in presentations and information to compare with current processes and application.
Provide proper mindset prior to, during and post events.
I plan on providing my officers with the information I learned in this course.
In this 8 hour workshop the training will examine the most recent and up to date issues that specifically impact Command, Mid-level Managers and Supervisors concerning police use of force incidents. This overview concentrates on multiple issues ranging from daily officer citizen complaints to investigative issues involving deadly force encounters. Instruction uses lecture and case review. This is essential training for anyone who reviews or oversees police use of force incidents, investigations or training.
We need to assess our use of force incidents with a complete and thorough 360 degree review to determine the facts, causes, techniques and outcome. Without properly and completely evaluating use of force improvement is impossible. Lt. Kevin Dillon (Ret)
- Legal applications of use of force – What is being reported
- Early intervention by tracking for use of force
- Reducing liability in use of force by deploying de-escalation strategies and documentation
- Reducing liability and increasing officer safety by deploying tactical strategies
- Strategies on responding to individuals that are considered special populations
- How to avoid an “Eric Garner case”
- What to look for when tracking police use of force
- 30 Guiding principles to the street officer
- On scene investigation protocols
- Coordination and strategies dealing with multiple officer engagements
- Training measurements and performance – You can’t manage what you don’t measure.
- Video recording issues regarding viewing and reporting
- Immediate press release strategies ……Plus more.Only $125.00 Per seat. Call 860.436.6975 for group discount rates!
Coral Springs Police Department
2801 Coral Springs Drive Coral Springs, Florida 33065
Contact Ms. Debbie Hamilton