This program will center on the methodology and application of the National “Use of Force Model” as a means of articulating the use of force options, used by persons who may have to apply lawful force in the performance of their duties. The program will also engage specific and relevant sections of the Criminal Code of Canada that pertain to the application and justification of authorized force.
Suitable for Law Enforcement Officers, Front-Line Security Practitioners, Loss Prevention specialists, Supervisors and Managers, Health Care Professionals, etc.
At the completion of the session, the participant will be able to identify and:
- Perform a “supportive posture”.
- Components that constitute a lawful arrest.
- Articulate the nomenclature, function and weaknesses of the standard handcuff.
- Perform a handcuffing application that will better enable them to conduct, with safety, a compliant arrest.
- Articulate a definition of “self-defence”.
- Perform a “reactive stance”.
- Perform “relative positioning”.
- Perform three “escort positions”.
- Remove standard handcuffs from a compliant subject.
- Perform a safe and effective grounding and handcuffing of an actively resistant subject.
- Articulate the signs of “excited delirium”.
- Articulate and experience “positional asphyxia”.
- Assist a handcuffed subject to their feet.
Once you have passed the training you will receive certification.
Students must wear a belt for training and preferably cargo pants (tactical pants) comfortable footwear and a golf shirt or t-shirt for the physical training.
Oshawa campus, Room JW201 & Police Training Grounds
Saturday, February 15, 2020
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To register, call 905.721.3000 and have the course code (CRN) and your credit card ready.