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CEVO II Police (Coaching the Emergency Vehicle Operator II - Police)

Maximum participants: 20
Duration: 8 hours

Amalgamated Security Services is approved by the National Safety Council (NSC) of the United States of America as a Public Training Agency to deliver Defensive Driving Training. The lecturers in these areas have successfully completed their theoretical and instructor level training and are certified by NSC Training Centres in the USA. After successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate issued by the National Safety Council of the United States of America. The CEVO II – Police course encompasses the following:

Session 1

  • Introduction
  • Response Book: Self-Appraisal
  • Video Presentation: INTRODUCTION / VEHICLE INSPECTION
  • Response Book: Discussion Questions

Session 2

  • Video Presentation: CUSHION OF SAFETY
  • Response Book: Discussion Questions / Analysis Situations
  • Transparency #1
  • Transparency #2

Session 3

  • Video Presentation: TECHNIQUES FOR SPECIFIC TRAFFIC SITUATIONS
  • Response Book: Discussion Questions / Analysis Situations
  • Transparency #3

Session 4

  • Video Presentation: SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
  • Response Book: Discussion Questions / Analysis Situations
  • Transparency #4
  • Transparency #5

Session 5 COURSE WRAP-UP

  • Collision Reporting Procedures
  • Response Book: Self Appraisal Review
  • Computer-scored Test

Session 6 CASE STUDIES (Optional)

  • Learning Team Case Studies & Reports (Transparency #6-10)

Tactical First Responder

Maximum participants: 20
Duration: 5 days

STRESS MANAGEMENT

  • What Is Stress
  • What Is Distress?
  • Types Of Stress
  • Causes Of Stress
  • What Are Stressors?
  • Psychological Effect Of Stress
  • Physical Effect Of Stress
  • Social Behaviour And Stress
  • Managing Stress

SEARCHING

  • Defining Search
  • Police Power To Search
  • Four Types Of Searches – Visual, Psychological, Physical And Environmental
  • Searching Positions – Spread Eagle, Kneeling, Prone
  • Searching Of Personal Possessions – Bags, Luggage And Equipments
  • Vehicular Search – Interior, Trunk, Engine, Wheels And Under Vehicle
  • Building Search – Interior and Exterior

VEHICLE STOPS

  • Use Of One Vehicle Stop
  • Use Of Two Vehicles Stop
  • Use Of Three Vehicles Stop

TECHNIQUES OUTSIDE THE DANGER POINT

  • Quick Peep
  • Slicing the Pie
  • Mirroring

BUILDING ENTRY

  • Button Hook
  • Diagonal
  • Three-Man
  • Limited Penetration
  • Criss- Cross

COVER AWARENESS

  • Defining Cover
  • Cover From Firepower – Hard Cover
  • Cover From View – Concealment
  • Shooting From Cover
  • Transition From Cover To Cover

LOWLIGHT

FLASHLIGHT MUST HAVE FEATURES

  • High Output Beam
  • High Energy Source
  • Tactical Correct Switch

FLASHLIGHT APPLICATIONS

  • Navigating
  • Searching
  • Communicating
  • Identifying
  • Controlling

FLASHLIGHT PRINCIPLES

  • Operating From The Lowest Level Of Light
  • Light And Move
  • Dominate With Light
  • Avoid Backlighting
  • Use Intermittence Light
  • Align Three Things - Eyes, Sight and Flashlight
  • Breathe And Relax
  • Operate Flashlight At Different Levels
  • Walk With More Than One Light
  • Communicate With Lights

FLASHLIGHT TECHNIQUES

  • Harries
  • Roger Sure-fire
  • Ayoob
  • Chapman
  • Modified FBI
  • Neck Index

COLOR CODES

  • Psychological Indicators Of State Of Mental Alertness
  • White – Being Unaware Or Not Alert
  • Yellow – Being Aware And Alert
  • Orange – A State Of Readiness
  • Red – Active Response To A Situation

TEN DEADLY ERRORS

  • Apathy
  • Failure to maintain proficiency/Care of Firearms, Vehicle and Equipment
  • Failure to get enough sleep
  • Failure to watch hands
  • Improper Searching and Hand-Cuffing
  • Relaxing to Soon
  • Tombstone Courage
  • Over Looking Danger Signs
  • Taking a Bad Position
  • Preoccupation

 

EXPANDABLE BATON

  • Use of Expandable Baton
  • Baton Grip
  • Blocks
  • Strikes to Non Fatal Body Areas
  • Baton Retention

 

USE OF FORCE Continuum

  • Officer’s Presence
  • Verbalization
  • Empty Hand Control
  • Less lethal Methods –
  • Baton
  • Chemical - Pepper Spray
  • Conducted Energy Devices (Taser)
  • Lethal - Firearms

Amalgamated Security Services Achieves Safe To Work (STOW) Re-Certification

Amalgamated Security Services Limited (ASSL) a premier provider of Security and Risk Management Services within the Caribbean region achieves Safe To Work (STOW) Re-Certification retaining 100% scoring.

ASSL was assessed by the STOW board at the High risk level and granted STOW TT certification.
We at ASSL view this achievement as yet another milestone demonstrating our dedication to our employees and stakeholders. This certification attests to the Company’s corporate responsibility to fulfil the comprehensive and highly reputed HSE management system criteria and is another illustration in ASSL’s commitment in preserving our position as the number one Security Company in the region.

Amalgamated Security Services Limited Gains STOW Re-certification

Amalgamated Security Services Limited (ASSL) a premier provider of Security and Risk Management Services within the Caribbean region becomes the first security company to attain 100% scoring in Safe To Work (STOW) certification. The company recently achieved Safe TO Work (STOW) Re-Certification.

Over the past eight months, ASSL management team, led by Mrs. Pamela Hosein, integrated the principles promoted by STOW TT within the company’s operations. This included, but was not limited to operations such as Investigations, Marine and Medical. Having embedded these concepts, ASSL has been assessed by the STOW board at the High risk level and granted STOW TT certification.


We at ASSL view this achievement as yet another milestone demonstrating our dedication to our employees and stakeholders. This certification attests to the Company’s corporate responsibility to fulfil the comprehensive and highly reputed HSE management system criteria and is another illustration in ASSL’s commitment in preserving our position as the number one Security Company in the region.

 

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