Date(s) - 03/05/2018
7:00 am - 4:00 pm
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When Law Enforcement Professionals use force on combative suspects, it is commonly referred to as “Ugly” or “Like Making Sausage”. This does not have to be the case. Typically, use of force focuses on pain compliance techniques or devices, however, for some suspects, these will be ineffective and prolong the use of force, exposing the subject and officers to additional injuries, criticism and liability.
A significant percentage of people that law enforcement encounter, are either under the influence of alcohol, drugs, mentally ill or a combination. They may possess an increased tolerance for pain, increased stamina and endurance, making pain compliance techniques ineffective.
The Platform, Efficiency and Proficiency (P.E.P.) philosophy will provide attendees with a greater understanding of how to effectively de-escalate force on “driven individuals” by utilizing common defensive tactics techniques, psychology and sound legal principles.
Presenter: Lieutenant John Domingo, Huntington Beach Police Department
Lt. Domingo has a 29-year career in Law Enforcement. He has been the ACT Coordinator at HBPD for 15 years. As the ACT Coordinator, he is responsible for all departmental policies, review and training regarding force use and tactics. He is a published author and recognized as a department expert in Use of Force and Excited Delirium Syndrome. He is the creator of the P.E.P. © program and force model, which Huntington Beach has been using for 10 years and is now growing within Orange County and other agencies. He has trained hundreds of police officers and instructors and conducted presentations on force use, tactics and philosophy to agencies throughout the country.
STC Certified (08496686)
Continental breakfast and afternoon refreshments will be served.