Outstanding class for all levels of experience. (Force Encounters)
An excellent class for law enforcement professionals who are assigned to internal affairs, force options, and critical incidents. I will bring this information to the department FOS/LEDS PowerPoint presentations. It is great information.
This training (Human Factors) was impeccably organized and taught. It's the science of safe flying.
Force Encounters Analysis is a class that should be required for all use of force investigators. Topics that were especially relevant to me were fatigue, memory, and the fact that most departments are far behind the knowledge curve. I plan on addressing this training with admin.
After seeing the scientific breakdown of how quickly critical incidents unfold, and the body mechanics and physiology involved, I have developed a new perspective for my investigations into critical incidents."
Truly an impressive course, I look at all aspects of my profession differently now. I can see unsafe situations developing before they become dangerous. It has also given me a greater insight of my own performance. Your teaching methods delivered the course material in a positive and easy to understand format. Thank you for dedication to all of us in the Helicopter Aviation industry."
All the topics have a significant value to what we do in police work. I highly recommend this class (Force Encounters Analysis) for supervisors and those officers responsible for providing training.
The Force Encounters Analysis class was helpful for understanding the response of officers in use of force incidents. It answers the question of, "What & why did that officer do that?"
Ultimately the best qualitative and quantitative statistical information to help perform better at any L.E. position. This allows every officer a reality check of their own performance and skill set to improve at a higher optimal level.
Subject: A must-have training I just attended what I would consider to be among the best training I’ve had in my 26yrs of law enforcement and 10yrs as a manager. It is even more important IMHO for those of you who are managing districts as DS I and II. I have suggested that this be required training for DS’s moving forward. It's not your typical cop training, but rather provides science and research that helps explain the known physical, physiological, and emotional effects before, during, and after any serious incident or traumatic event. Again, IMHO, you cannot make an accurate judgment, complete an investigation, or make a determination in such instances without it.