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.
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.
- 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