I love to learn the science behind the actions and thoughts that I considered to be 'common sense' or 'normal.'
Great, informative class. I highly recommend this class to other investigators.
Great class for supervisors to help us understand the brain's physiology and its effects on human behavior.
Invaluable information, both professionally and personally! All OIS teams need to attend this course to be better prepared to conduct a better investigation.
Craig Geis' knowledge of the subject matter is impressive. His delivery of the information is that of a 'regular guy' as opposed to a strictly scientific delivery, thus making the subject matter easier to follow and more interesting. Rating: 5 of 5 across the board.
Fantastic course (Force Encounters Analysis) and excellent information! Law Enforcement Executives, I.A. Investigators and Training Officers that want to actively train for success and increase our personnel's daily performance need to attend this course.
The training I received in CTI's Human Factors: Threat and Error Management, and Force Encounters Analysis courses have significantly enhanced the use of force and firearms training that I provide to my fellow officers. Anyone involved in teaching officer survival skills, analyzing use of force incidents, and/or designing use of force policies should attend this training. Thank you for the work you are doing to provide this information to our LE community. As a community, police trainers need to be intimately familiar with the concepts and scientifically validated research presented here. It is not enough to use terms like tunnel vision and increased heart rate, without knowing what is actually happening and why. CTI presents the science in a way that facilitates comprehension without excessive simplification. This is training that I can take back to my agency and immediately put into action. These courses have also provided me with a direction to take for my personal study and research into the critical task of training our officers to not only survive, but also to prevail in a life-or-death encounter.