Event Phone: 205-759-3000
- July 16, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
This course has been designed for the average police officer to have a better understanding of the details needed that are missed in most response to resistance reports. The students will also learn courtroom testimony skills that will make them a better witness in court. The attending officers will have the abilities to make decisions about use of force after attending this course, and be able to document those decisions in their reports. This course delves into the process after force has been used on the street and covers aspects of the internal affairs procedure.
Registration is to be completed at www.blueshieldtactical.com
This class is $99.00
There is also a $10.00 class attendance fee to be paid by credit card the day of the course
The use of force is and has always been a controversial subject not only for the public, but for police officers as well. There are many officers that don’t understand when and where they can use force, and be within department guidelines as well as federal and state laws. Unfortunately, officers will use some type of force at some point in their careers, but will then find it difficult to write down exactly what occurred during the incident. The officer’s agency may be subject to a civil lawsuit, and the officer could be subject to criminal charges.
This course was designed to answer some of those questions that are missing from most force reports. The officers attending this course will have a much fuller understanding of how to explain the conditions surrounding the use of force, and will learn valuable courtroom testimony skills that will assist them to be a better witness in court. This is not a lecture only course, but rather a scenario based video dialogue course involving the dynamics and clarification of the use of force. There will also be information presented on internal affairs and officer involved shootings. Just click on the “Book Class” tab to reserve your spot in one of our classes. You can also contact us about hosting a class at your location.
Course covered content:
Reasonable Force vs Excessive Force
Court case review
Details missing in most reports
Types of resistance
Levels of officer control
Responses by officers both mentally and physically
Group discussion and scenario based class participation
Common terms used in reports
How to document use of force
Suggestions for officer involved
Hollywood v. Reality