Full list of POSA Training results
Introduction to Gangs - POSA–
Internationally known gang expert Richard Valdemar discusses gang origins and culture. He offers law enforcement an insight on how they function, and how they think. With gangs spreading across the country, it is vital to recognize the dangers that they present to law enforcement and our communities.
Control and Arrest (POSA)– 7
Dealing with suspects before and during arrest is one of the most dangerous elements of law enforcement. Sgt Garcia overviews some of his interview, cuffing and control techniques to safely effect arrest.
How to find the perfect sight for your gun, according to a firearms trainer–
Choosing the right optic to enhance your shooting accuracy sounds like a no-brainer, but it’s a step sometimes overlooked
Arrest-Related Deaths: Excited Delirium Syndrome (POSA)– 2
Arrest related death and Excited Delirium Syndrome are becoming a hot topic in law enforcement. Often unknown, Off. Staton presents and introduction to the subjects, including the symptoms to look for as well as suggestions dealing with arrest related issues. NOTE: The accompanying PowerPoint file may be downloaded at www.posai.org/access-training-programs
After Action Evaluations (POSA)–
This program featuring Ralph Mroz presents a disarmingly simple continuous-improvement method that is widely used in the business world, but so far hasn't been much adopted by the public safety sector.
Terrorism Awareness (POSA)– 2
As the first line of defense, LE officers play a critical role in fighting terrorism. This program, with Michael Finney, covers common definitions, tactics and targets of terrorists and defensive tactics that can be used.
Narrative-Based Interviews (POSA)–
The Lie Guy, Stan Walters, discusses the narrative based interview technique as a method to get accurate information that can be adapted for any situation including time-critical, on-scene information gathering.
Meth Labs, Meth Response and Meth Users (POSA)– 1
This presentation with Rick Hetzel familiarizes officers about: how to recognize a lab if you are approaching one or are in one, how to recognize a dangerous meth user, the chemicals used in clandestine meth manufacture, and what to do if you encounter a user or a meth lab.
NOTE: The accompanying PowerPoint file may be downloaded at www.posai.org/access-training-programs
Vehicle Fires (POSA)–
This training, with Larry Holloman, covers the priorities for officers responding to vehicle fires, various hazards, vehicle placement, LE duties at a fire scene, and safety issues.
When to Seek Therapy (POSA)–
Dr.Anne Bisek, a psychologist practicing in Fremont, California, discusses questions that first responders often have about seeking therapy.
When a Child Dies on a Call (POSA)–
This presentation, with Dr. Anne Bisek, deals with first responder psychological issues when a child dies during an incident.
Indoor Marijuana Grow Operation (POSA)–
Not widely known, this program with Ralph Mroz covers the dangers to first responders to large and small indoor marijuana grow operations.
The Defensive Snubby (POSA)–
Filmed at the first Snubby Summit, various firearm experts from across the country discuss all aspects of the use of a snubby as a defensive/back-up weapon.
Tactical Shotgun (POSA)–
This video, with Ralph Mroz, covers all aspects of one the most powerful and versatile weapons in our arsenal. Learn about hardware options, ammunition choices and various shooting and reloading techniques.
Tactical Knife Skills (POSA)– 2
Knife skills are as vital as firearms skills. Learn knife techniques that will not only allow you to fight with a knife, but defend against a knife attack as well in this video featuring Ralph Mroz.
Training Women (POSA)– 1
Lt. Yalena Pawella, formally of the Moscow Police Force, discusses the differences of, and the various techniques for training women in law enforcement.
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