Kissimmee FL – Multiple Officer Control Tactics
Criminal Justice Academy of Osceola/OTECH
501 Simpson Road Kissimmee, FL 34744
L.O.C.K.U.P. ® Police Training
Multiple Officer Control Tactics
April 9 and 10, 2018
Congratulations to the attendees who successfully completed the 2 day Multiple Officer Control Tactics course hosted by the Criminal Justice Academy of Osceola, Kissimmee FL. Officers from Kissimmee, Oakland, Maitland, Groveland, Mount Dora, Sanford FL Police Departments along with the Osceola County Corrections Department completed the course.
What the students had to say!
15 of 16 evaluated this program at the highest level of excellence. One student rated the program as good.
Where their parts of the program you sought as particularly useful?
All of it. It helps because I learned here and help refresh my skill.
Take down for a very good and useful for me and my size.
I love the rear sentry takedown.
Takedowns, LOCKUP position.
The takedown techniques were awesome, outstanding program.
The arm wrap was the best option I see using in this street. All other takedowns were helpful.
Various different types of takedowns. I feel should be incorporated into the FDLE Curriculum. Great class overall.
Rear sentry takedown!
It was useful to see the ways to redirect a handcuffed 10-5 with less risk of injury for corrections.
The Rear century takedown.
All that takedowns.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Through lectures, demonstrations, role play, and practical scenario applications, this course will instruct students in the L.O.C.K.U.P. ® Police Training – Multiple Officer Arrest and Control Tactics. Students will be instructed in federal and regional legal aspects pertaining to use of force. Students will learn physical applications for multiple officer one suspect control tactics for immediate control. The course is designed to instruct the force necessary and reasonable to control a violent or resistant combative suspect and avoid the chaotic non-coordinated events. The focus is on developing a strong knowledge of coordinated immediate physical control tactics and techniques that is a direct, proportionate, and measured response to all levels of resistance and aggression in various-types of environmental settings. The objective is to limit the amount of time of physical exertion with suspects or subjects.
- Officers learn:
- Identify legal guidelines governing police use of force.
- Identify the constitutional basis regarding the use of deadly force.
- Identify principles and concepts of L.O.C.K.U.P. ® Police System.
- Identify plans to address multiple officer engagements.
- Identify criminal vs crisis behavior patterns.
- Identify indicators of excited delirium and agitated chaotic events.
- Identify risk management steps for liability reduction.
- Identify human physical and physiological dynamics of combative engagements
- Identify demonstrate physical control techniques and skeletal manipulations.
- Identify Arrest and Control, Counter Measures and Officer Survival techniques.
- Identify Taser deployments integrated with immediate control maneuvers,
- Identify a skeletal isolation (moving arms and legs away from the bodies center line)
- Identify how quickly an incident can go from arrest and control to medical emergency.
- Physical Control tactics for 2, 3, 4 or 5 officer deployments.
- Medical EMS roll and responsibility.
- Integrating EMS with multiple officer control tactics. (Designed for 2 or more officers)
- Crisis Intervention Team integration.
To REGISTER Contact us at 407/518-5445 ? FAX 407/962-5265 ? teco.osceolaschools.net
FEE: Trust Funds will cover program costs.
TRAINING: Advanced Program eligible for Mandatory Retraining.
DRESS CODE: Agency Authorized Training Uniform—unless noted no jeans are permitted.
INSTRUCTOR: Lt. Kevin F. Dillon (ret)