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Monroe CT – L.E.A.D.S. + T – Law Enforcement Active Diffusion Strategies And Tactical Options  – June 11th

Monroe CT – L.E.A.D.S. + T – Law Enforcement Active Diffusion Strategies and Tactical Options – June 11th

Monroe CT Police Department
Lt. Kevin Dillon (ret)
L.E.A.D.S. + T – Law Enforcement Active Diffusion Strategies and Tactics
June 11th, 2015
0800 – 1600

“This course is designed to educate officers before the fight with effective communication skills and de-escalation strategies for roadside engagements. Often, good tactical responses by itself are good de-escalation responses. However, an officer must also have plan B when escalation is ineffective.”
Lt. Kevin Dillon (ret)

This is a classroom based combat-confrontation avoidance course.  Based upon the L.O.C.K.U.P.® system, it teaches within a classroom setting how to recognize aggression and not stimulate aggression.  Students learn Active Diffusion Strategies that can avoid escalating or resolve interactions by employing tactical de-escalation methods. Officers are instructed in officer safety tactical options when de-escalation does not work and how to deploy and coordinate successful strategies. Instruction uses lectures and demonstrations to facilitate learning.

Understanding the principals of risk management for officer safety
How complaints are used against officers in litigation
Effective conflict resolution techniques
Identifying indications of hostility through body language
Identify professional benefits of active diffusion strategies
Learn methods of effective verbal de-escalation strategies
Understanding physiological changes during aggression
Learn to use cognitive limitations for active diffusion
Learn methods to re-direct the thought process through positive direction
Learn the importance of professional posturing
Identity different communications styles with appropriate response tactics
Learn methods of motivational interviewing skills
Learn methods of distraction to obtain tactical advantages
Learn communication and physical strategies to de-escalate situations
Learn how to avoid communications that may be negative

CT POSTC Credits Approved

?  GROUP RATES AVAILABLE – Contact KFD Training and Consultation LLC  – 860.436.6975
Contact – Capt Michael Flick
Monroe Police Department
7 Fan Hill Road Monroe, CT 06468
Office: (203) 452-2834 / Email:

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