Police Use of Force for Analysis and Investigation for Police Leaders Understanding Executives Responsibilities in Use of Force Incidents
Use of Force Concepts and Analysis For Police Leaders
Today every use of force incident is scrutinized frame by frame on a video and judged by untrained individuals creating distrust and false narratives. Use of force analysis, investigation and training is a complex continually evolving issue. This 2-day training session is designed for Police Leaders who, review, report, instruct or investigate police use of force incidents. The training will examine the most recent and up-to-date issues that specifically impact command level, training units, front-line supervisors, and internal affairs investigators concerning police use of force incidents. This course breaks down multiple issues ranging from daily officer citizen complaints, curriculum design, use of force reporting, tracking and trending or investigating incidents involving police use of force encounters. Instruction uses lectures, demonstrations, and case studies. What we train our officers to do is important – one improper technique changed the county! “You can’t manage what you don’t measure.”
L.E.A.D.S. and Use of Force Analysis and Coaching for the Field Training Officer
Law Enforcement Active De-escalation Strategies and Use of Force Analysis for Field Training Officers
Today every use of force incident is scrutinized frame by frame on a video and judged by untrained individuals creating distrust and false narratives. Our Field Training Officers are our PRIMARY coaches and INSTRUCTORS but are often not any more trained in de-escalation and use of force than the recruit they are training. De-escalation strategies, use of force mitigation, analysis, investigation, and training is a complex continually evolving issue. This 2-day training session is designed for Field Training Officers. The training will examine how to apply de-escalation strategies in the real world, how to document those de-escalation tactics, and force mitigation strategies. How to make use of force decisions, select appropriate actions and report accurately.
The L.E.A.D.S. training program is a nationally recognized program reviewed and approved by the United States Department of Justice.