CIPS Inc. VSI Course #12-02 - 12 Oct 15-19 (Night Training)

CIPS Inc. VSI Course #12-02 – 12 Oct 15-19 (Night Training)


Our goal is to enhance officer’s abilities to recognize, avoid, de-escalate, and disengage from potentially violent or injurious situations. The direct benefit of this training will be an increase in professionalism, reduced complaints, safe practices and a reduction associated injuries and liabilities.

Designed for Law Enforcement personnel who are responsible for Instructing safe (unknown risk vehicle stops / vehicle approaches / and high risk vehicle stops).

This will include the progression of training, equipment issues, formulation of comprehensive scenario-based training, safety guidelines to conduct such training. A pre-test and a post-test will be administered. A passing grade will be required for certification. Further, practical experience will be required in running safe simulation training.


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CIPS Inc. VSI Course #12-02 – 12 Oct 15-19 (Instructor Candidates Plan Scenarios)


This course consists of 5 days (Min. 40 hours in duration). The program has been compiled and developed by CIPS Inc. The CIPS Inc. Instructor Cadre, of police instructors both (active and retired) has a combined 70 years of Operational, Tactical, and Police training experience.

The course is designed to provide an Instructor level certification that can be the utilized to deliver vehicle stop / and vehicle approach training to Law Enforcement personnel including Military Police, Community Peace Officers and Sheriffs.

This program was specifically designed to meet the needs of Community Peace Officers & Police Officers.  In 2011 CIPS Inc. developed programs and certified Alberta Sol. Gen. College Instructors in vehicle stops  at the Alberta Solicitor General Staff College in Edmonton, Alberta.

CIPS Inc. Vehicle Stop & Vehicle Approach Instructors Course

CIPS Inc. VSI Course #12-02 – 12 Oct 15-19 Hosted by Parkland County Community Peace Officers



Instructional Goals:

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  • Explain the appropriate situations and circumstances when Law Enforcement personnel conduct vehicle stops
  • Explain  the factors to be considered when determining  the appropriate situations and techniques to conduct a vehicle stop technique
  • Explain the differences between and Unknown Risk Vehicle Stop /  Vehicle Approaches versus  High Risk Vehicle Stops
  • Explain their Lawful authorities to make a vehicle stop
  • Demonstrate how to explain, demonstrate, and conduct safe vehicle stop training.
  • Review of training accidents
  • Review of FBI “study of officers killed” and comparisons
  • Overview of winning mindset
  • Historical overview of the progression of training
  • Realistic training options
  • Traditional vs. Reality-based training
  • Available training products
  • Components of Reality-based training
  • Rules of Reality-based training
  • Safety guidelines
  • Types of Reality-based training scenarios
  • Cleaning issues