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TACTICAL FIRST RESPONSE

Overview

TACTICAL FIRST RESPONSE

Overview

TACTICAL FIRST RESPONSE

Overview

TACTICAL FIRST RESPONSE

Overview

TACTICAL FIRST RESPONDER

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

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

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