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Use of Force – Training Needs & Deliveries CSIS Presentation Stay Safe Instructional Programs October 18, 2007.

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1 Use of Force – Training Needs & Deliveries CSIS Presentation Stay Safe Instructional Programs October 18, 2007

2 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Seminar Objectives 1. Regulation Status 2. Duty of Care 3. Documentation 4. Use of Force Model

3 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Seminar Objectives 5. Training Needs 6. Trainer Credentials

4 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Regulation Status Bill 159 – Aug 23 rd 2007.Bill 159 – Aug 23 rd Currently in Development.Currently in Development. Training Curriculum.Training Curriculum. Testing Standards.Testing Standards. Instructor Standards.Instructor Standards. Announced - Fall 2007?Announced - Fall 2007? Into Force – 2008?Into Force – 2008?

5 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Duty of Care n Particular standard of conduct toward another person. n May be subject to liability to another to whom the “duty of care” is owed for an injury sustained by the other person.

6 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Use of Force Documentation Compliance with OR #434/07 (Record Keeping Requirements for Business Entities). Compliance with OR #434/07 (Record Keeping Requirements for Business Entities). Must be completed each time a licensed employed in the course of employment: Must be completed each time a licensed employed in the course of employment:

7 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Use of Force Documentation Uses handcuffs, a baton, a firearm or any other weapon. Uses handcuffs, a baton, a firearm or any other weapon. Uses any other kind of force. Uses any other kind of force. Is accompanied by a dog that attacks a person. Is accompanied by a dog that attacks a person. Separate form completed for each employee involved in a single incident. Separate form completed for each employee involved in a single incident.

8 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Use of Force Documentation Signature required by authorized representative of the licensed employee. Signature required by authorized representative of the licensed employee. Signature required by the licensed employee involved in the incident. Signature required by the licensed employee involved in the incident. Retention level – 4 years or longer as required. Retention level – 4 years or longer as required.

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10 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Situational Factors 1. Environment. 2. Number of Subjects. 3. Personal Perception. 4. Knowledge of Subjects.

11 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Situational Factors 5. Time & Distance. 6. Potential Attack Signs.

12 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Profiled Behaviour (1) Co-operative Responds Appropriately to your Presence, Words, Requests or Direction Responds Appropriately to your Presence, Words, Requests or Direction

13 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Profiled Behaviour (2) Passive Resistant Refuses with little/no physical action to cooperate with lawful direction Refuses with little/no physical action to cooperate with lawful direction

14 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Profiled Behaviour (3) Active Resistant Use of Non-Assaultive physical action to resist Use of Non-Assaultive physical action to resist Includes pulling away to prevent/escape control or running away Includes pulling away to prevent/escape control or running away

15 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Profiled Behaviour (4) Assaultive Applies/Attempts to apply Force Applies/Attempts to apply Force Threatens by Act/Gesture to apply Force Threatens by Act/Gesture to apply Force

16 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Profiled Behaviour (5) Serious Bodily Harm/Death Behaviour (acts) that you believe is intended to or likely will cause Serious Bodily Harm or Death. Behaviour (acts) that you believe is intended to or likely will cause Serious Bodily Harm or Death.

17 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Perception Strength/Fitness Levels. Strength/Fitness Levels. Experience. Experience. Training/Skill Levels. Training/Skill Levels. Fear. Fear. Social Training/Responses. Social Training/Responses.

18 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Perception Fatigue. Fatigue. Injuries. Injuries. Stress. Stress.

19 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Tactical Considerations Disengage / Consequences Disengage / Consequences Engage / Consequences Engage / Consequences Uniform / Equipment Uniform / Equipment Backup Available Backup Available

20 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Use of Force Response Options 1.Your Presence Your presence can affect both the subject and the situation.Your presence can affect both the subject and the situation. Visible signs of authority (uniforms) can alter a subjects behaviour.Visible signs of authority (uniforms) can alter a subjects behaviour.

21 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Use of Force Response Options 2. Communications Verbal and non-verbal communications may control and/or resolve a situation.Verbal and non-verbal communications may control and/or resolve a situation.

22 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Use of Force Response Options 3. Physical Control Soft techniques are control orientated - lower probability of causing injury.Soft techniques are control orientated - lower probability of causing injury. Hard techniques are intended to manage a subjects behaviour/allow application of a control technique - have a higher probability of causing injury.Hard techniques are intended to manage a subjects behaviour/allow application of a control technique - have a higher probability of causing injury.

23 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Use of Force Response Options 4. Intermediate Weapons This use of force option involves the use of a less-lethal weapon that is not intended to cause injury or death…i.e.. impact weapons and aerosols.This use of force option involves the use of a less-lethal weapon that is not intended to cause injury or death…i.e.. impact weapons and aerosols.

24 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Use of Force Response Options 5. Lethal Force This use of force option involves the use of any weapons or techniques that are intended to, or are reasonably likely to cause serious bodily harm or death.This use of force option involves the use of any weapons or techniques that are intended to, or are reasonably likely to cause serious bodily harm or death.

25 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Training Needs Use of Force Principles. Use of Force Principles. Crisis/De-escalation Training. Crisis/De-escalation Training. Effective Communications Training Effective Communications Training Documentation Principles Documentation Principles

26 Stay Safe Instructional Programs Trainer Credentials Adult-Education Background. Adult-Education Background. Lesson Plan/Course Training Standards. Lesson Plan/Course Training Standards. Subject Matter Expertise. Subject Matter Expertise. Experience in Judicial Procedures. Experience in Judicial Procedures. “Your” Legal Teams Approval. “Your” Legal Teams Approval.

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