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Actualized Training for Police Forces

Background

 

The world stage is constantly changing!  Information Age, globalization and technology continue to generate complex socio-economic changes in world societies, a reality that presents ongoing challenges for police forces and law enforcement agencies worldwide.  Police forces today face evermore multidimensional, complex and violent crimes that urge police forces to implement more comprehensive, actualized and strategic security measures aimed at enhancing public safety for institutions and the average citizen.

 

Policeing World Wide endeavors to remain at the forefront of public security training. Imparted by a team of consultants with expertise and experience to instruct police units against intricate dangers and threats, our specialized training model combines the application of Operational Strategies and the use of modern technologies working together to enhance security for all.

 

Training Highlights

 

  • Strategic CONOP layout of police forces or units

  • Recommended multi-year plan/routine with clear and measurable objectives

  • Application of Operational Strategy for routine and emergencies

  • Operational Qualifications

  • Implementation of road safety strategies that incorporate instructions along with enforcement and monitoring technologies

  • Customized recommendation through SWOT and legal analysis

  • Profiling of active personnel and new recruits

  • Basic police training (2-3 months)

  • Refresher police course (2 weeks)

  • Provision of escort and support during setup, adaption, and operations

 

 

 

Subgroup Training and Syllabus

 

Uniformed Police Units 

The focus for uniformed police is to establish units and routine and emergency operations. Notably, uniformed police units are the face-to-face representatives of the police force before the public. The level of professionalism of these units is instrumental to handling all aspects of evidence gathering and crisis management. Our training involves the use of relevant technologies and other services that can be customized to fit specific needs. 

 

Uniformed Police Syllabus

  • Instruction on police activities and challenges

  • Principles of teamwork

  • Crime scene procedures

  • Negotiation

  • Field-Planning

  • Principles of mental stamina

  • Command centers and headquarters for routine and emergency cases

  • City police roles for routine and emergency cases

  • Crisis management

  • Traffic events management

  • Mass gathering

  • Identification of suspicious behaviour

  • Operational exercises

  • Improvement of the human resource

  • Law enforcement technology

  • Jointness

  • Operational debriefing

 

 

 

Detective, Intelligence & Interrogations Branch

(Three-month course for Detectives and Interrogators; one month basic training and two months specialist training.)

 

Detective Branch

The purpose of the Detective Branch is to function as a skilled force capable of acting as an operational branch with a wide range of capabilities, including shooting in a variety of situations, car chases, self-defense, taking down violent criminals, operating technological devices, making arrests, searches, stakeouts, escorting dangerous criminals, as well as operating police checkpoints while acting as first responders to extreme situations such as terror attacks, kidnapping and barricading suspects.

 

Detective Branch Syllabus

  • Operational fitness and skills

  • Discipline

  • Use of force and deadly force

  • Arrests

  • Checkpoints

  • Search

  • Stakeouts

  • Basic surveillance

  • Use of different technologies (Audio, Video and Optics)

  • Communication Systems

  • Computer Systems

  • Reporting structure

  • Testifying in court

  • Writing reports

  • Operational Planning

  • Seizing and classifying evidence

  • Escort and security

  • Field Interrogation

  • Integrating aerial technologies (observation balloon and drones)

  • Jointness

  • Debriefings

  • Simulations

  • Team spirit

 

Intelligence Branch

Efficient and modern intelligence is the basis of the new CONOP.

The focus is to instruct professional intelligence police units to not only respond, but take initiative using methods that integrate technologies, computing, processing tools and big data analysis.

 

Intelligence Branch Syllabus

  • Intelligence-based policing

  • The intelligence process

  • Planning in the field of intelligence

  • Multi-year intelligence plan

  • Points of Interest

  • Intelligence gathering tools

  • Recruitment plan for HUMINT asset

  • OSINT

  • Operating computer systems

  • Operation managing exercise

  • Reporting structure

  • Operating SIGINT systems

  • Operational technology systems

  • Operational aspect of HUMINT information

  • Preparing the intelligence report

  • Writing debriefings, research, and statistical analysis

  • Procedural inspection and monitoring

  • Operating HUMINT assets

  • Operating covert agents

  • Cellphone communication analysis

  • Shooting and self-defense abilities

  • Debriefing

  • Simulations

  • Team spirit

 

 

Interrogations Branch

The Interrogation Branch is the main pivot in effective operation of crime-fighting units. All the other branches are used to support the crime fighting units in order to bring forth enough valid evidence for the interrogations branch to establish evidence basis for formal accusation.

 

Interrogations Branch Syllabus

  • Overt frontal interrogation

  • Covert interrogation

  • Interrogation techniques

  • Shooting and self-defense

  • Gathering evidence from computers

  • Cybercrime

  • Enforcement and defense against crime in the cyberspace

  • Battling economic crimes money laundering

  • Use of polygraph

  • Psychological elements of interrogation

  • Testimonies and report writing

  • Seizing and classifying evidence

  • Appearances in court

  • Interaction with the prosecution

  • Choosing the right interrogation method

  • Interrogatee types of personalities

  • Skills and Characteristics of an interrogator

  • Human limits (stereotyping and perceptual distortions)

  • Stress

  • Setting goals and interrogation plan

  • Use of surveillance reports

  • Use of forensic reports

  • Technological forensics

  • Debriefing

  • Simulations

  • Team spirit

 

 

 

 

Surveillance Branch

(Training takes place in a separate and covert facility)

 

Surveillance is about operating a covert unit for information gathering activities in a form that combines evidence gathering while compartmentalizing and keeping its activities secret to the public and to other police branches.

 

Surveillance Branch Syllabus

 

  • Purpose and properties of covert surveillance

  • Shooting and self defense abilities

  • Knowing and operating surveillance technology

  • Knowing and operating optical and audio equipment

  • Knowing and operating communication systems

  • Learning about the police operational units

  • Acting classes

  • Solo surveillance techniques

  • Group surveillance techniques

  • Mounted surveillance techniques

  • Motorcycle surveillance techniques

  • Combined simulation (solo and mounted combined with aerial surveillance)

  • Operating surveillance van

  • Simulations

  • Reporting structure

  • Report and testimonies writing simulation

  • Cosmetics

  • Body language

  • Covert photographing

  • Costumes

  • Interactions with other police units

  • Debriefing

  • Simulations

  • Team spirit