Daytona State College
Criminal Justice Training – School of Emergency Services
“Overcoming Size Differences”
for Female Enforcers
Congratulations to the graduates who recently completed the intensive “Overcoming Size Differences”for Female Enforcers. The officer trained hard and developed numerous skills and techniques on how to control a larger suspect.
100% of attending rated this course and presenters in the highest category as excellent.
100% of attending students stated that would recommend this course to their peers.
Look what the students had to say;
I got a lot from this course. I feel much more confident now and I’m going back to CPD and push for this class to become mandatory.
The class was truly amazing!
Include men, There are men big in stature yet afraid to go hands on.
Please come to Ashville NC
I felt this was a great class, especially since physical contact is what we use daily at work yet get very little training.
Thank you for your knowledgeable presentation / demonstration. Refreshing to have someone as passionate about LEO and LEO safety as the LOCKUP staff.
Loved this course! Perhaps have more redman practice with instructors, great course very effective sad its over.
PowerPoint and hands on were very efficient an helpful, could not ask for a better class.
I wish this class was offered more frequently in Florida.
Thank you for a great week. I learned a great deal and will take what I learned to my agency.
Toni was very dynamic when teaching and very helpful easy to understand. Loved every minute of it!!
Recommend some supplements or remind to eat healthy before class.
July 13 – 15, 2015
This three day course is designed for female officers to address violent encounters dealing with suspects of larger stature. When attempting control larger suspects, size and strength differentials necessitate combat strategies less reliant on pure upper body strength. The concepts and techniques can be utilized by any officer addressing a larger suspect. The same L.O.C.K.U.P.® Police Combat orientation provides the core of the instruction. The days are hands-on and mentally challenging. Officers train and drill wearing vest and gun belt because anything else makes no sense.
L.O.C.K.U.P. Police Training System and Principals
Risk Assessment and Threat Indicators
Dynamics of Police Engagements
Fear Management and Control
Police Combat vs. Defensive Tactics
Fighting Techniques and Fatigue
Understanding Weapon Integration
Offensive Takedown Manipulations
Active Diffusion Strategies
Team Approach and Strategies
Understanding Mass / Power and Kinetic Energy
Overcoming/ Understanding Size Challenges
Using Your Size to Your Benefit
Angles of Attack and Escape
Proper Weapon and Target Selection
Taser to Physical Control
BDU Style Pants · Boots w ankle Support
Body Armor · Red Gun
Full Gun belt · Handcuffs
Daytona State College—School of Emergency Services
1770 Technology Blvd.- Off North Williamson Blvd. – ATC Building
Daytona Beach, Fl. 32117
Contact Ms. Robin Davis
Email DavisRo@daytonastate.edu / 386- 506-4204
“This course saved my life! It taught not only about fighting but how the brain works under stress” Dep. S. E St Johns FL PD
“I saw a 6’0, 210 lbs male choking another male and punching him in the stomach. I approached and performed a LOCKUP takedown. I maintained control until my backup arrived. If there’s anyone who doesn’t think L.O.C.K.U.P. works. It does! Thank you! ” Officer Jen Garcia: 5’7 95 lbs