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Dr. Jonathan Page

Jonathan Page, PhD is a cognitive neuroscientist and President of the Cognitive Command Group. For more than a decade, Jon has been researching and studying human perception and action. His research on physiological responses to stress, and how stress influences behavior, led him to pursue new and more effective ways for law enforcement officers to manage stress and stressful situations. The knowledge and data that Jon acquired in the laboratory and while collaborating in field research with law enforcement and military agencies in the US and abroad provided him with the information he needed to develop Cognitive Command Training™. C2 Training is a new instructional methodology that makes training more efficient and more effective by building automatic patterns of behaviors in the subconscious to help officers maintain control of their cognitive functions. Being in Cognitive Command enables officers to systematically assess their environment, de-escalate, make better use of force decisions, and remain calm during critical incidents. Jon has published his findings in professional scientific and law enforcement journals and presents at conferences and delivers trainings. You can reach Dr. Page at- jon@c2expert.com.

The Brain Fills-In the Gaps

To understand the current description of how an officer can form inaccurate memories during a critical incident, you first need to understand a few things about your brain.

The Brain Always Assumes Danger

The same applies when you are on duty. As you approach a stopped vehicle, your back-channel may pick-up an unpredicted pattern and sound the alarm bells.