Getting Active Threat Assessment training for your organization
Pete Forth from Second Sight here. Thanks for your interest getting active threat assessment training for your organization. I wanted to quickly walk you through our online training program - including what your personnel will learn, benefits, some course logistics, and how to purchase and get your personnel enrolled.
If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me an email or submit a contact form.
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1) About Online Active Threat Assessment Training.
The objective of these courses is to help your personnel become a better observers and identify threats. They will first learn to systematically observe by using a technique we developed called baselining. Trainees learn to apply the baselining process in different environments and use this process to identify persons of interest. They will learn to observe this specific person of interest to assess if they are carrying weapons. Check out our “Shots Fired” case study to see how one officer put these techniques into practice.
2) Course Background.
The baselining process was developed by bringing high speed, proactive law enforcement officers from around the country to work with researchers to help better understand and formalize the process of threat assessment and LE observation. You can learn more about how this program was developed and tested in our blog posts about the JDLR Project , the Identifying Threats Program, and about what experienced police officers are saying about the course in our Trainees & Testimonials page. The important thing to remember is that you are learning from the experience of hundreds if not thousands of police officers.
3) How this will help your people.
These techniques will help keep your personnel safer and make them more effective at completing their mission to protect lives and property. 97% of LEO and military personnel who completed this course felt they were better prepared to identify active threats after taking the course. We will teach them to be better observers and to better identify threats in any type of environment. This will also better prepare them to craft an informed plan to interdict with potential threats.
It will also save your organization money and reduce the logistical hassles of getting training. Check out this testimonial from Chief Eric Clifford of the Schenectady Police Department, who trained his entire 160 officer department in active threat assessment.
4) Course Logistics.
Our online classes are flexible and can be taken at any time. your officers can take the course during their down time. They can access the course any time and their progress will be tracked. The class is roughly 30% lectures (videos and reading), 40% interactive practice exercises, and 30% exams. Everything is open book. Course materials are available for downloading. Your officers can message the instructor if they have problems and they will get a certificate after completion. To get a taste of our online courses and learn more about active threat assessment, you or one of your personnel can take our 1-hour Introduction to Active Threat Assessment course free of charge.
5) Purchasing and getting your personnel enrolled.
You can buy the course online through our website. The purchase price for organizations is based on the license term - 3 or 6 months. If you would like to purchase more than 10 licenses, you can submit a quote request and we will check to see what discounts are available.
To purchase use the buttons below or go to pricing, pick which version of the 8-hour course is right for your organization (LE or Security Professionals) and buy online.
You will be asked to submit contact information when you buy. You will get a follow-up email from one of our team shortly after purchase with the next steps to start your training. That’s it!
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