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MO – L.O.C.K.U.P. ® Police System Arrest and Control Instructor Course

St. Louis County and Municipal Police Academy
Hosts
L.O.C.K.U.P.
® Police System
Arrest and Control Instructor Course
Sept. 23  – 27, 2024

An intensive 5-day training program on L.O.C.K.U.P.® Police Arrest and Control Instructor Course. This course provides in-depth arrest and control confrontation training.  It develops a solid foundation of de-escalation tactics, physical manipulation techniques with instructional methods that will certify the student as a Basic L.O.C.K.U.P. ® Arrest and Control Instructor. The empty-hand skills can be relied upon by individual  officers or with as teams.  The Singular purpose of the L.O.C.K.U.P. ® System is to safely, quickly and successfully control and secure an arrested person. The System was conceived, developed and is taught to achieve that result. It is street proven, court tested, defendable and retainable for the officer. If you don’t think the techniques you instruct will be analyzed and scrutinized, just watch the  MN Trial!

 COURSE TOPICS

  • Risk Management for Confrontations
  • Legal Aspects of Use of Force
  • Report Writing, Documentation and Tracking
         “You can’t manage what you do not measure.”
  • Verbal Communication – De-escalation Skills
  • Instructional Techniques to Fit the Employee
  • Gross Motor Orientated Techniques
  • Instructional Methods for Teaching
  • Retainable Techniques
  • Individual Based Takedowns
  • Integration with Less Lethal Options
  • Team Communications and Takedowns
  • Police Ground Control Techniques
  • Environmental Training
  • Physiological Changes During Human Aggression

ONLY $895.00
Course Flier
LOCATION of TRAINING:
St. Louis County & Municipal Police Academy
1266 Sutter Avenue • Wellston • MO 63133
Contact – Sgt. Chris Thomson
cthomson@stlouiscountymo.gov
Office (314) 889-8606

FBI National Academy Associates 2022 Science & Innovation Award Presented to L.O.C.K.U.P.
The L.O.C.K.UP. training differentiated itself from other Defensive tactics programs being instructed throughout the country. Not a technique-based training system but the emphasis is on the actual collection of data on the use of force incidents, and detailed reporting to  determine the effectiveness and needs assessments of the officers on the street.

 

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