Lansing, MI – L.E.A.D.S. + T. – Law Enforcement Active Diffusion Strategies Plus Tactical Options
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L.E.A.D.S. + T. – Law Enforcement
Active Diffusion Strategies Plus Tactical Options
August 18, 2016
This course is an easy to use communications class for street confrontations that will assist to de-escalate engagements, reduce complaints, and liability, as well enhance officer survival!
This is a classroom based combat-confrontation conflict resolution avoidance course.
The program is instructed 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 conflict management and 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
- · 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
- Plus more!
Presently instructed in the states of MN, MI, FL,CT, RI, AZ, CO, MO, AZ, CA, MO
Course Reviewed and Approved by the Department of Justice
Lansing Police Department
& Ingham County Sheriff’s Office
5815 Wise Road, Lansing, MI 48911
Contact: Sgt. Michelle Spoelma, (517) 483-4653,