Arrest and Control Techniques
Course Description: Placing an individual into custody and maintaining control of them is a potentially dangerous situation police officers put themselves in on a daily basis. This class includes proper handcuffing techniques and provides the participants with a working knowledge of unarmed self-defense techniques, which includes a review of personal body weapons, vulnerable areas of the body, come-along, and weapon retention. It is also recommended for those seeking refresher training in this area.
Uniform belts with handgun, holster, handcuffs and case.
Gym or fatigue clothing (BDU pants are recommended for proper wearing of duty belt).
Instructional Hours: 2 Days/16 Hours
Instructional Objectives: After completion, the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate a proper stance, both interview and aggressive/defensive.
- Demonstrate how their body parts can be used as weapons.
- Be familiar with the Use of Force Policy and Totality of the Circumstances.
- Demonstrate methods of taking an assailant off his/her feet and into a handcuffing position on the ground.
- Defend against an assailant trying to take the officer to the ground.
- Demonstrate how to control an assailant once on the ground.
- Demonstrate proper handcuffing procedures from the standing, kneeling, and prone positions.
- Properly use Flex Cuffs.
- Demonstrate proper weapon retention.
Course Completion Requirements: Attendance and successfully complete a demonstration of skills and proper techniques listed above.
Audience: PSP Enlisted, MP, LEO
Registration: Please register for the classes below using form SP 8-130. All applications must be received 7 days prior to the course start date.
Locations: For a list of all training centers and directions, please visit the Training Center Page.
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