This course is available immediately. of After an arrest, police are called in to assist. of Rodney King, Jr. in Los Angeles. I
CCW Safe Academy – The Art of De-Escalation
In 1991, the United States entered a new era in police department management. of After an arrest, police are called in to assist. of Rodney King, Jr. in Los Angeles. This is something I can recall because I was in the police academy from June to June. of It was that year. This incident and others across the country led to De Escalation, a new term for law enforcement. Verbal Judo was the initial wave. of It was a training and thought process to deescalate potentially violent encounters. However, by 2000, or shortly thereafter, it had become the standard term. of de-escalation.
Civil side of The house was finally sold a little more than a decade later. of George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin shooting: This is where the term de was first introduced by George Zimmerman-Escalation was made available to the public, primarily concealed carry permit holders. It was no longer a term reserved for law enforcement.
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Since then, we’ve seen many changes. of In some cases, de-If used, escalation would have saved one person’s life while keeping another prisoner from going to jail. We’ve talked about the Kaarma and Smith case recently on our blog, and will be covering others such as the Wafer case and the Gasser case in the upcoming months.
This course will discuss de-What is escalation? And some of We will show you how to use the techniques taught to law enforcement in potentially violent encounters. This course lasts over 20 minutes of video content.
When completed of This course will allow you to print a certificate of completion.
Stan Campbell is a veteran of over 20 years of He has over 10 years of experience as an officer in Oklahoma City. He was a Lieutenant in the street crime team and retired. He spent more than 10 years with the Tactical Unit SWAT and 15 years teaching and developing self.-defense curriculum. Stan is a National Self-certified.-Defense Instructor, and also has instructed officers in British Territories. Stan has extensive knowledge and experience in critical incident command systems, officer-involved shootings, and use. of force incidents.
Training History and LE Education
• Developing the Leader in You for Law Enforcement (by The American Institute for Servant Leadership), Use of The Deadly Force-Oklahoma Bureau of Service, Advanced Sniper School of Narcotics – Indoor Marijuana Investigator, Buccal Swab Collection, Weapons of Mass Destruction Awareness/NIMS Course, U.S. Department of Justice- Site Assessment and Site Vulnerability School, Communication/Cultural Context Course, Hostage Rescue Course (by National Tactical Officer Association), OSBI – Sub Machine Gun Operators School, Less Lethal-Kinetic Impact Weapon Course, Supervisor’s Bean Bag Shotgun Course, Taser International’s Taser Instructor School, Tactical Officer’s School (OCPD), U.S. Department of Justice – Hick’s Advanced Arrest & Control, U.S. Department of Justice – Hick’s Basic Arrest & Control, Oklahoma State University – Supervision of Police Personnel Course, The Search Warrant Execution School (C.L.E.E.T. ), Investigative Interview School.), Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics – Basic Narcotic & Drug School, Monadnock Expandable Baton Instructor School (C.L.E.E.T.), National Law Enforcement (N.l.E.) Training Center – Basic & Advanced Grappling Instructor, N.L.E. Training Center – Basic & Advanced Handcuffing Instructor School, N.L.E. Training Center – Basic & Advanced Handgun/ Long gun Retention Course, N.L.E. Training Center – Basic & Advanced Control/ Defensive Tactics Instructor, Advanced Instructor Development (C.L.E.E.T.), Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics – Narcotic Investigator School N.L.E. Training Center – Control/Defensive Tactical Instructor School, Basic Search Warrant Execution Schools (C.L.E.E.E.T.), Homicide Investigator School (C.L.E.E.T.), Bomb and Booby Trap Detection School (C.L.E.E.T.), Field Training Officer’s School (OCPD), Basic Instructor Development School (C.L.E.E.T.), Custody and Control Instructor School (C.L.E.E.T.), and Expandable Baton/ O.C. Gas School.
Achievements in Career
• A Medal of Response to OKC Federal Building Bombing (1995). First four officers to respond at location, A Letter of Recognition for helping approximately. 40 victims, personally carrying out 5 victims of After bombing destroyed OKC Federal Building, Developed Revised OCPD Defensive Tactics Program. Created OCPD Risk Assessment/Critical Inc. Formula. “Anatomy of a Drug Raid” Class, Revised “Shooting Officer Down Response Drill” Revised “IMPACT Car Assault/Recovery Drill”26 certificates, many letters of Appreciation from different schools and organizations
Instruction and Teaching Experience
Over 500 OCPD recruit officers were instructed in the Control Defensive Tactics Course ().Academy Classes #112 to #128) Instructed more than 800 OCPD officers (every two years) in the region of You can control defensive tactics-Service updates, Instructed (1997)-2004) Cultural Diversity Course to more than 300 OCPD recruits officers, Instructed (1997).-1999) Defensive tactics to more than 100 OKC Juvenile Detention Center workers, Instruction (2003) 50 Reno Nevada Sheriffs Department “Hicks – Police Arrest and Control Program”, Instructioned (2004) 200 Houston Texas Police officers “Hicks – Police Arrest and Control Program”, Instructioned (2004) more than 200 OCPD officers “Police Ethics’ in-service, Instructed (2005) over 2,500 Baltimore Maryland Police officers in the “Hicks – Police Arrest and Control Program”, Instructor (2009) over 25 employees of Island of Bermuda Police Department in the C.O.R.E. Inc. Inc. “Anatomy of a Drug Raid” Over 50 OCPD IMPACT officers were trained in Car Assault Recovery and Drug Raid Training.
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Intro to The Art of De-Escalation
Preparation and Avoidance (1.02)
Tools for preparation (1:52).
The Citizen’s Use of Force Continuum
Level 1: Situational Awareness (1.50).
Level II: Threat Assessment (2.13)
Level III: Call for Assistance (1:19).
Level IV: Action Level (2:57)
Level V: The Deadly Force (2.18)
Listening vs. Active Listening (0:54)
Acknowledging Anger (0.34)
Moment Of Crisis (1.46)
Maintaining Control (1.19)
Putting It All Together (1.11)
Identifying Threats (1.01)
Frequently Asked Question
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What time does the course and end?
The It is a continuous flow of information that never ends. It is completely self-explanatory.-Online course that can be accessed at your own pace – you choose when and where you want to end it.
What time do I have access?
What does lifetime access look like? Once you enroll, you will have unlimited access to this course on all your devices.
What happens if I’m unhappy with the course?
We wouldn’t want to make you unhappy. You can return your item if you are unhappy within 30 days.
Here’s What You Will Get In CCW Safe Academy – The Art of De-Escalation
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes