SECONDS FOR SURVIVAL

“Seconds For Survival” is a program that is designed to take the reactionary gap off of the officer and put it back onto the suspect. This is not only one of the most popular courses in the country, but one of the most important for every police officer. 

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Recognition

Gain the ability to recognize pertinent cue indicators from the preassaultive attack is of paramount concern to the safety of the officer.

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Identify the case law that permits law enforcement to “act” based on indicative behavior.

Pre-attack

Identify and articulate present dangers presented by assailants through verbal and non-verbal actions that indicate the potential of a violent attack.

Enhancement

Enhance officer safety through recognition of pre-assaultive behavior based on indicators the suspect displays.

Travis Yates

Travis Yates

Instructor

This dynamic and unique course is led by Tulsa Police Major Travis Yates, a former International Trainer of the Year by ILEETA, co-founder of the Below 100 Initiative and the Editor In Chief of Law Officer Magazine.

This course will prepare first responders from all ranks to be courageous in their principles in order to give those under their control a safer working environment.  While many leadership courses focus on theory, this course focuses on practice and the principles taught will help the leader immediately and “de-centralized” leadership is emphasized so every police officer from every rank can be inspired to be a leader.

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Officer Sam Lopez

Sacremento Police Department

“Great class. Lots of good videos that are tied to the instruction.”

June 25, 2018

Officer Kendell Won

Alameda County DA Office

“Good Presentation …. always good to keep Officer safety paramount especially in today’s LE climate.”

April 8, 2018

Officer Robert Poynter

Alameda County Sheriff’s Office/p>

“Good refresher and reminder to not be complacent.”

Nov 12, 2018

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