Anyone reading this who lives in the upper Midwest should take advantage of this opprtunity.
If you are a martial arts Instructor and want to learn what cops need, and how to teach them - take this class
If you are a DT Instructor - take this class
If you are an Operator, even if you never want to teach a DT class - Take this class
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office presents
COLD WEATHER ONE-ON ONE CONTROL TACTICS INSTRUCTOR COURSE
Each year, Law Enforcement agencies in
are required to participate in inclement /cold weather fire arms training, and for good reason as it is a necessary skill for our environment. However, the majority of law enforcement personnel will never have to use their firearm in the line of duty. Conversely every LEO has to control and cuff suspects nearly every shift of their career including the cold weather months. But LEOs never receive training in this area. The COLD WEATHER ONE-ON ONE CONTROL TACTICS course is an excellent opportunity for Use of Force Instructors to increase their knowledge base and improve the quality of training for their Departments. Minnesota
The class is taught by Steve Jimerfield. Jimerfield is a retired Alaskan State Trooper and a state trainer in law enforcement control tactics.
Cold Weather One-On-One Control Tactics is a defensive tactics system that was developed by Mr. Steven N. Jimerfield after his partner Bruce Heck was killed by a felon in a hand to hand confrontation.
The theory behind One-On-One Control Tactics is that movement defeats strength. Application of this principle will allow you to take and retain control of a non-compliant or compliant subjects. One-On-One Control Tactics is an integrated self defense and control tactics system of managing a subject‘s body from various positions and always following through to a handcuffing position.
The One-On-One Control Tactics system took the best techniques from judo, jujitsu and karate, and developed a system that works on the street for police officers. One-On-One Control focuses on gross motor skills, high percentage techniques that are effective for all Law Enforcement Personnel regardless of their size or gender. This program is not meant to replace the defensive tactics system you have, but will enhance and supplement your program. These techniques will give your officers confidence in hand to hand confrontations both standing and on the ground.
One-On-One Cold Weather Control Tactics protect LEOs physically, legally and they also project a positive public perception. Over the last 20 years One-On-One Control Tactics have been proven effective in application on the street and 100% defendable in court. Use of these techniques have resulted in:
• 0 – LEO injuries
• 0 – Suspect injuries
• 0 – Use of Force complaints
With the courts looking at every contact police officers have with the public, this integrated One-On-One Control Tactics system has been found to be non-obtrusive to the public, while at the same time maintaining officer safety and giving the officer maximum control without causing injury to the suspect or to the officer. This system has been both court and street proven!
This is a 40 hour Instructor (train the trainer) course. Dec 12th – Dec 15th
The class fee is $250 and includes a certificate, Instructor shirt, and Challenge coin.
Classes will be held at the Alexandria Technical and Community College
Class size is limited to 30 students
40 POST credits
To register please call
1-888-234-1313 or 320-762-4510