This (Force Encounters Analysis) training is essential and should be used as a foundation for tactics and firearms training before a force option is practiced. Rating: 5 out of 5
As a Force Science Graduate, I thought the class (Force Encounters Analysis) was great! It refreshed and reinforced many of the same principles, as the coursework is similar, but this format is easy to understand and best suited for line level and front line supervisors. Training staff will also benefit from the course and it would also serve as a great primer for those interested in attending Force Science later. As my agency's training section OIC, I will guarantee that all department trainers will be attending this course in the near future. Thank You!
This class (Force Encounters Analysis) is certainly exceptional in all aspects which are examined within the three day session. Moreover, this course is undeniably well designed from the beginning unto completion as it properly weaves the analysis of human anatomy during the application of force within the law enforcement society. More importantly, this is undoubtedly a foreign concept to most, except for an extraordinarily rare few of the qualified Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) within the law enforcement community. Upon conclusion of this seminar, I decided to enroll once more in the near future purely because of the benefits it yields to the working officer. The subject matter is quite complex; accordingly, comprehending the conceptual foundation allows for a much improved lifesaving assessment attained by the officer in the peak critical decision making processes. More importantly, I would highly endorse this course to every officer currently operating within the law enforcement arena, especially if the tenure is comparatively young and inexperienced. This course brilliantly unlocks the hidden world of human anatomy with reference to the biological, perceptual and cognitive factors coupled with its direct correspondence with the officer’s performance during critical incidents.
Excellent training for OIS investigators. I highly recommend.
Get the word out that this class SHOULD BE REQUIRED for the majority of police positions, especially investigations, supervisors, IA, admin. I will use all of the areas of instruction in my job as an investigator. Very valuable training.
Outstanding class for all levels of experience. (Force Encounters)
I believe all the topics (in Force Encounters Analysis training) were relevant to me. I will apply all when investigating officer-involved shooting and other critical incidents. Rated 5 of 5.
It became clear to me that educating the public is just as important as good training for officers. (While attending Force Encounters for Citizen Review Boards Training)
A great class that explains human actions during critical situations. It takes you inside the human brain, and find answers to many questions that arise after critical incidents.
The best classroom-only training I have had. (Advanced Aviation Human Factors class) Five stars.