PSB Level II Course

NOTICE: Don’t take the Re-Certification course prior to your 90 days from expiration. Hours required: Minimum 6 hours (2.5 hours Lecture, 3.5 hours practical, although additional hours are recommended) Students: Texas Private Security Level III License Holders Pre-Requisites: Private Security Level III certification Texas Department of Public Safety Regulatory Services Division The Department’s most current…

Report Writing for Security Guards

Purpose of Course Proper documentation is an essential and intricate part of the Security Officer’s (SO) duties and functions. Taking notes, completing forms, and keeping records are the most basic forms of documentation. These documents record information that may be used to make an arrest, use at legal proceedings, record problem areas or incidents, or…

Organizational Structure

Organizational structure is the process of creating the hierarchy within a company. The six elements of organizational design help business leaders establish the company departments, chain of command, and overall structure. The aspects of organizational structure most notably reviewed is the organizational chart. Organizational structure’s six elements are the 6 building blocks that managers must…

Galveston Security Required Training

GALVESTON GUARD TRAINING SYLLABUS a. Duties Define the role of a security guard in the protection of the facility. b. Police Authority and Jurisdiction Define a guard’s police and jurisdiction power according to Federal and local law. Explain the authority and applicable status of armed guards. Discuss various jurisdictions over Federal lands with emphasis on…

Army Corps of Engineers Annual Security Training

Table of Contents Standards of Conduct and Ethics Defensive Tactics/ Unarmed self-defense and restraint techniques Incident Response Report Writing Radio Communications Customer Service EEO/Sexual Harassment Defensive Driving Workplace Violence Rules of Engagement/Use of Force Active Shooter Response Alarm Monitors Site Specific Training (For Alarm Monitors only) Search an Individual (DA Civilian), 191-389-0004 Inspect a Vehicle…

Interacting With People Who Have Disabilities Training

A Resource Guide for OHS Personnel, Contractors, and Grantees from the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties The Department of Homeland Security (OHS) Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL) has developed this Guide to assist OHS personnel, contractors, and grantees in their interactions with people who have disabilities. Under the Rehabilitation Act…

Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Tactical Combat Casualty Care for Medical PersonnelAugust 2018 (Based on TCCC-MP Guidelines 180801) “The opinions or assertions contained herein are the private views of the authors and are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of the Departments of the Army, Air Force, Navy or the Department of Defense.”’ There is…

Workplace Conflict Training

What is workplace conflict? Workplace conflict is conflict, violence or the threat of conflict or violence against workers. It can occur at or outside the workplace and can range from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and homicide, one of the leading causes of job-related deaths. However it manifests itself, workplace conflict is a growing…

Blood Borne Pathogens (BBP) Training

Blood Borne Pathogens (BBP) Training This course is designed for those who are at risk for on the job exposure to blood and other bodily fluids in the workplace. The course teaches staff how bloodborne pathogens are spread, how to avoid exposure and what to do if exposed to infectious material. This course is one…

Defensive Tactics Theory

Course Description The techniques and tactics of DTS are the by-products of the Monadnock Police Training Council’s Advisory Board incorporated along with techniques vetted by FLETC, the ICE Academy, and hours of training in various other defensive tactics systems by the FPS Headquarters Weapons and Tactics Branch staff. The DTS is constantly evolving, new techniques…

Use of Force Training

Officer Use of Force Broadly speaking, the use of force by Officers becomes necessary and is permitted under specific circumstances, such as in self-defense or in defense of another individual or group. There is no single, universally agreed-upon definition of use of force. The International Association of Chiefs of Police has described use of force…

WTMD and HHMD Metal Detector Training

This training is designed to provide improved Walk through Metal Detection (WTMD) and Hand Held Metal Detector (HHMD) operation and increase the overall proficiency of screeners. All positions on the screening station team are equally important. There are four (4) levels of security which include but or not limited to the following: Security Entry Control X-ray…