Phone: 970.515.5310

Asset Protection and Security
Basic Security Terms
Basic Security Functions
Business Organization Principles
History and Traditions of Security
Types of Security Operations
Professionalism
Report Writing
Management's Use of Reports
The 5 Cs of Report Writing
Taking Proper Field Notes
Writing Descriptions
Interrogatories
Common Problems with Report Writing
Communications
Communication and Courtesy
Interpersonal Communication
Overcoming the Barriers to Communication
Written Communication
Emergency Communication
Communications Equipment
Patrols and Fixed Posts
Purposes and Techniques of Patrol
Use of Senses
Rules of Observation and Perception
Patrolling in Darkness
Fixed Post Duty
Practical Tactics
Physical Security and Crime Prevention
Basic Components of Security
Threat Assessment
Military Model
Barriers, Lighting, and Locks
Fencing, Gates, and Alarms
Aggressive Protection
Fire Protection and Life Safety
Basic Classifications of Fire
Fire Hazards on Patrol
Detection Systems and Use of Fire
Extinguishers
Fire Prevention
Safety Investigation
HazMat
Criminal Law and Criminal Liability
Elements of a Crime
Burden of Proof and Criminal Liability
Crimes Faced by Security Practitioners
Concept of Legal Authority
Protection of Property
Use of Force
Civil Law and Civil Liability
Difference between Criminal and Civil Law
Negligence, Vicarious Liability, and Intention Torts
Prevention and Avoiding Civil Liability
Deputization, Detention, and Merchants' Privilege
Juvenile Detention
Use of Force
Ethics, Deportment, and What it Means to

be Professional

Certification Programs
Security Officer Discretion
Codes of Ethics
Recognizing an Ethical Problem
Standards of Security Officer Conduct
Investigations
Practices for Investigations
Preliminary and Follow- Up Investigations
Interviewing Skills
Preservation of Evidence
Chain of Custody
Testifying in Court
Emergency Situations
Traffic Control and Traffic Accidents
Incident Scene Protection
Crowd Management
Bomb Threat Response
Medical Emergencies
Natural Disasters
Workplace Violence
CPR /First aid
Basic CPR
Basic First Aid
Must complete every year
Handcuffing and OC training
Introduction to handcuffs
Proper carry of handcuffs
Proper applying of handcuffs
When to apply and when not to apply
Proper use of OC
When to spray and when not to spray
OC trash can
Real life situation testing
Must complete every year
ASP/ Baton training
Proper use of baton or asp
Strike points
When to use and when not to use
Deadly force
Pad work with baton
Real life situation testing
Must complete every year
OJT
Each officer will go thru OJT training for each site.
The officer will perform at a minim of 16 hours of OJT for each site.
In Service Training
Each officer is required to attend and complete (24) hours of in service training a year.

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