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Unarmed Security Training


The job of an unarmed security guard can be both demanding and rewarding. Unarmed security officers work in a variety of environments and are called upon to perform many functions. Regardless of the type of post or the nature of the company’s business, experience tells us that, to succeed, unarmed security guards must master certain basic skills.
 

Unarmed Security Training Benefits


Unarmed security guards operate in a world that sometimes does not offer second chances and that can be a very unforgiving place. Unarmed security officers are the ones who stand in harm’s way in many situations, and they are who others count on to be calm and deliberate in the face of danger. Armed with proper training unarmed security officers will be equipped to handle any situation with the high standards and ethics required of them.
 
  • Working knowledge of Alert Conditions, Escort Techniques, Powers of Arrest, Offensive/defensive concept of self defense
  • Understand the importance and uses of the investigative interrogatories
  • Understand and evaluate the nonverbal messages of others, regardless of the situation
  • The best way to handle an irate, disruptive person
  • How to respond when surprised by sudden, aggressive arm motions by countering the edged weapon threat and gaining positional and tactical advantage
  • Effective strategies and evacuation techniques and demonstrations
  • The proper method of conducting a field interview with a witness
  • The importance of good patrol technique

Unarmed Security Training Courses


  • A Security Officer’s Guide to Hate Crimes
  • Asset Protection and Security
  • Basic Security Tool Kit
  • Being Assertive Without Being Rude
  • Charisma: Developing Leadership Abilities
  • Civil Law and Civil Liability
  • Command Presence
  • Communicating With Angry People: The 7-6-5 Method
  • Communication Mistakes to Avoid
  • Communications
  • Crime Scene Responsibilities
  • Criminal Law and Criminal Liability
  • Damaged Goods: A Security Officer’s Guide to Vandalism
  • Dealing with Aggression
  • Dealing with the Elderly
  • Dealing with the Intoxicated Individual
  • Defensive Driving for Security Officers
  • Defusing Conflict and Crisis
  • Developing and Improving Observational Skills
  • Edged Weapon Defense
  • Effective Enforcement Techniques
  • Emergency Response
  • Emergency Situations
  • Engaging the Customer
  • Ethics, Deportment and Professional Conduct
  • Evacuation: The Role of the Security Officer
  • Fire Protection and Life Safety
  • Fixed Posts: The Professional Approach
  • Focus on Vehicles
  • General Security Officer Orientation
  • Guest Services in the Lodging Industry
  • Handcuffing Techniques
  • Handling an Irate Individual and Access Control to Executive Offices
  • Handling Shoplifters
  • Human and Public Relations
  • Interacting With Disturbed Persons
  • Interpersonal Skills for Security Officers
  • Investigations
  • Juveniles and Gangs
  • Knife Defense: Sudden Attack
  • Legal Responsibilities
  • Legally Defensible Training Tactics, Part 1
  • Legally Defensible Training Tactics, Part 2
  • Mentally Ill Persons: Strategic Verbal Strategies
  • Non-aggressive Defense: The S.T.A.R. System
  • Officer, I Can’t Find My Child
  • Parking Lot Security
  • Patrol Operations
  • Patrols and Fixed Posts
  • Physical Security and Crime Prevention
  • Physical Security Surveys
  • Post Orders, Pass-on Logs & the Flow of Information
  • Professional Communication
  • Proxemics and Personal Space
  • Report Writing
  • Safe Driving for Security Officers
  • Safe Driving Strategies
  • Security and Police Relations
  • Security in a Lobby or Reception Area
  • Tactical Communications
  • Traffic Control and Direction: Concepts and Procedures
  • Traffic Safety and Control
  • Unspoken Dialogue, Part 1: Body Signs
  • Unspoken Dialogue, Part 2: Interactive Dialogue
  • Weapon Retention Tactics
 
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