LAw Enforcement & Military Affiliation
At Second Sight our goal is to help prepare the men and women of law enforcement and the uniformed services for their mission to protect property, lives, and the law. We want to ensure that the right people are getting the right training. At present, our online Threat Awareness Course is available for those with current law enforcement or military affiliations. These affiliations are described in more detail below.
1. Active Duty Military
Active duty military personnel include the men and women of the US Army, Marines, Air Force, Navy, or Coast Guard. It also includes members of reserve and guard units.
2. Law Enforcement
Law enforcement includes a wide variety of personnel with the ability to enforce laws, investigate crimes and make arrests. This includes police officers, detectives, and investigators who work for organizations ranging from local government to state and Federal organizations. Law Enforcement includes local, state, & Federal Police, Highway Patrol & State Troopers, Border Patrol, County Sheriffs and Deputies, and Fish & Wildlife Officers.
3. Law Enforcement Affiliated Camera Operators
A large number of law enforcement organizations are relying on and utilizing security cameras to help them prevent crime and apprehend offenders. The skills learned in our Threat Awareness Course will help these men and women identify what is not right in a location and help dispatch assistance to interdict with suspicious people.
4. Transportation Security
Transportation security personnel have an important mission to protect the traveling public. There need to monitor those entering secure areas of airports makes them a logical potential recipient of our Threat Awareness training.
Behavioral observation and threat assessment are an important part of a correctional officers day-to-day work. While our current Threat Awareness Course is not explicitly designed for correctional officers, it is useful to those who need to systematically observe and assess potential threats. Correctional officers includes probation and parole officers from local, state, and Federal organizations.
Check with Us
If you are unsure if you meet the criteria of being law enforcement affiliated, please send us an email.
If you are a member of a foreign (non-US) military or police organization, please do not hesitate to contact us about obtaining courses for your organization.