Across the United States, police departments spend countless hours training officers on the use of force involving simple wrist locks and pressure points; chemical agents and physical strikes; and progressing to impact weapons and firearms. While this type of training is critical for all law enforcement officers, agencies must provide proper "Tactical De-escalation Techniques" to officers as well.
Regardless of an agency or officer's individual views of de-escalation tactics, it MUST be implemented into every police
department's training program. Many officers believe that the use of de-escalation techniques will jeopardize their safety and place them at a tactical disadvantage. The proper use of de-escalation has the complete opposite effect. Statistics and studies will show that it increases officers' safety and places the officer in a more advantageous tactical position.
This one-day training class will provide officers with the necessary tools to properly de-escalate a situation while maintaining a tactical mindset. Officers will learn effective techniques for communicating under stress without escalating a situation.
Practical, classroom-based scenarios will be presented to demonstrate these concepts. Information will also be presented on the development of reality-based, simulation training involving de-escalation techniques. This information will give officers a jump starts on implementing de-escalation training within their own police departments.
- Understanding De-escalation
- Communicating Under Stress
- Showing Empathy to Others
- Minimize Force Encounters
- Improving Public Perception
- Maintaining Tactical Mindset
- Transitioning to Force
- Proper Documentation
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