Full list of Corrections Training results
How to assess injuries with the B.A.R.S. technique–
Doug Wyllie interviews Van Postell about a technique known as B.A.R.S. This technique is a rapid injury assessment that can be used when dealing with any casualty.
Physical demands of correctional officer training academy–
A look at the physical training aspects over the duration of the seven week program.
Drills to improve your hand speed and head movement– 1
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group — alongside demonstration partner Peter Hedrick of MPI Protective Services — elaborates on an earlier tip about developing hand speed.
The use of de-escalation tactics– 2
Doug Wyllie interviews Pat Doyle about the use of de-escalation tactics in correctional facilities.
How to develop your hand speed– 2
In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group — alongside demonstration partner Peter Hedrick of MPI Protective Services — demonstrates some techniques to develop hand speed that can be helpful in transitioning between different force options.
Preparing to work with Ariz.'s most dangerous criminals–
A look behind the scenes at the 1200 cadets who are trained each year for a job at the Department of Corrections in Arizona.
A look behind bars: Rookie COs-in-training–
The rookies at New Mexico Corrections Academy receive vigorous training to become new correctional officers.
Common evasion vs. common attacks–
In this video tactical tip, Peter Hetrick — Operations Manager for MPI Protective Service and MPI Training Academy — discusses and demonstrates another way to think about getting off the X for a variety of types of attack.
How to overcome weight and fitness issues–
In this video, Doug Wyllie discusses overcoming weight and fitness issues with Mark St. Hilaire, who shares his personal story about his own struggle with these issues.
How COs can take a holistic approach to health and wellness–
Corrections officers face many daily challenges that bring on stress. How can they best take care of themselves? Mark St. Hilaire breaks down where the focus should be.
How to escape a mounted position and transition to your tools–
In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller and Ray Price of ISR Matrix International demonstrate how to escape a mounted position in an environment where a parked car or a nearby wall or fence prevents escape, but gives you an opportunity to transition to one of the tools on your belt.
British Colombia's COPAT: Correctional Officer Physical Abilities Test–
The COPAT is a screening tool used in the recruitment process for selecting Province of British Columbia correctional officers. Applicants have 2 minutes, 50 seconds to complete a 7-station course, which is based on the physical requirements of what an officer is likely to encounter in their work.
The director drill–
In this video tactical tip, Peter Hetrick — Operations Manager for MPI Protective Service and MPI Training Academy — discusses and demonstrates something he calls “The Director Drill” which helps prepare officers for the sucker punch or sneak attack.
Dare to be great–
Winning Mind Training President Brian Willis talks about why LEOs should strive to be a better officer and person all the time.
Wis. DOC training academy shows reality of the job–
Wisconsin Department of Corrections Pre-Service Academy and continual training program.
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