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    360 Degree Vehicle Anti-Ambush

    Learning Objectives:
    • Demonstrate the ability to use sighted fire from a seated position (mimicking being in a vehicle) in a complete 360-degree arc.
    • Demonstrate the optimal way of transitioning the pistol from one hand to the other.
    • Identify and describe the slight change of the support hand to enable full 360 degree rotation with a pistol.
    • Demonstrate the 360° CQD unique weapon protection and defensive techniques to retain their pistol. This includes the ability to regain full control of a pistol being grabbed and held by an attacker with two hands when the officer only has one hand due to injury.
    • Identify components of the 360° CQD methodology and the optimal situational contexts/environments to utilize them to gain an advantage.
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    5 Core Principle for Effective Policing

    *Previously recorded from a Street Cop Training seminar.
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    5 Keys to Improved Officer Safety & Performance.

    Learning Objectives: Given an officer/citizen encounter case study, the student will identify the components of the Think CLEAR approach and achieve a satisfactory score on a final exercise. Discuss the current research related to the biggest threats to officer safety. Identify the common characteristics of officers who are feloniously assaulted or killed in the line of duty. Identify the elements of the Think CLEAR approach to law enforcement professionalism. Identify effective communication techniques for improved officer safety and de-escalation. Identify legal aspects of officer/citizen encounters. Identify the role of emotional intelligence in officer/citizen contacts. Discuss the role of adaptive decision making in improving officer performance and safety. Discuss the role of unconditional respect to counter bias.
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    Ballistic Media In Investigations

    This session will increase your basic knowledge of physics as it relates to an injury involving firearms. Specifically, we will be focusing on the injury biomechanics of terminal ballistics. This discussion will flow into how this knowledge can be exploited through testing in various ballistic mediums to understand the trajectory and therefore the location of the firearm at the time of discharge. The body orientation of either the shooter or the person being shot will not be discussed. Hence, this discussion forms half of the equation but is the first critical step in finding the truth in your forensic investigation. - Understand how to determine injury causation. - Traditional Methods or Testing? - Relating data to injuries. - Physical locations and movement. - Identifying likely narratives.
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    Beyond Human Performance – Officer Created Jeopardy

    Learning Objectives: Discuss the challenges that face law enforcement as reform activists push to implement heightened officer-created jeopardy theories, theories that sometimes imagine performance beyond human capabilities. Discuss the importance of cross-trained instructors who understand the intersection of communication, de-escalation, tactics, and use of force. Provide expert insight into how human factor considerations apply in law, policy, and practice. From charging decisions through litigation, threat assessments through force encounters, policy development through training and operations. Students will learn how Force Science observations can provide transparency and accountability for police decision-making, including how to expertly defend street-level enforcement decisions to supervisors, review boards, attorneys, and our communities.
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    BONUS SESSION – Ballistic Micro-Fights

    This session is from the 2020 ILET Summit. In this session, Tony shares videos and examples of what the SPEAR System utilizing the BMF formula actually looks like. Learning Objectives: “Experience is something you get shortly after you need it.”
    • Realism in training.
    • Relevancy of training.
    • Is the training rigorous?
    Ballistic Micro-Fight (BMF) Formula
    • Replicate a credible threat o Include realistic pre-contact dialog.
    • Reverse engineer it into a mini scenario o Use common street assaults o Use dynamic scenario gear so role-player movement is fast & hard.
    • Don’t spar, keep the engagement short so tactical stamina & endurance is a positive by-product of the drill.
    • Repeat over and over.
    Out of Control Tactics vs Control Tactics
    • “The people who manage their fear manage the fight.”
    • In a real violent encounter, it is the opponent’s movement that influences the level of violence and tactics needed to dominate the scenario.
    • “Don’t confuse technical with tactical; you need both.”
    • When there’s consent, there’s awareness and preparedness.
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    BONUS SESSION Becoming Trauma Informed Service Providers

    This session was originally created for the 2021 International Summit on Counter Sex Trafficking that took place in June.  This webinar is aimed at professionals and organizations who are in contact with survivors of human trafficking and slavery - law enforcement officers, legal professionals, government and non-government officials, health professionals, NGO employees, and medical practitioners.  It is also suitable for schools and individuals who want to create and implement trauma-informed practices. Description The aim of the webinar is to broaden your knowledge and skills in relation to the impact of trauma and will equip you with practical guidelines so that you will be able to best support survivors with confidence and sensitivity. Learning Objectives · A new understanding of trauma · The different types of trauma · The Signs, Symptoms, and Behaviours of Developmental Trauma (Complex PTSD) · Our Threat Response System · How trauma affects the brain and body · The importance of the Polyvagal Nerve Theory and Co-Regulation · The key principles of Trauma-Informed Practice · How to foster sensitive communication with survivors The webinar includes a workbook that is designed to encourage self-awareness, self-reflection, and conscious action.
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    Bringing Evidence – Based Practices Into Law Enforcement

    Learning Objectives: How to prevent crime in public spaces using the limited resource you have available. How to reduce re-offending, keep people safe and save money in the long term. How to use geographic and behavioural profiling to get to the right suspect more quickly. How to use the cognitive interview to assist witnesses in providing their best possible account. How to interview suspects to increase our chances of obtaining an account that is truthful. How to gather the evidence in sexual offences cases, when usually there doesn't seem to be much evidence.
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    Changing Police Personal Safety Training (PST) Using Scenario-Based Training (SBT)

    Learning Objectives:
    • Provide an analytical framework for considering critically police trainers’ practice, in particular related to officer safety training and use of force.
    • Understand issues impacting the delivery of officer safety training that impacts its effectiveness and day-to-day use of force encounters.
    • Issues impacting the implementation of Scenario-Based Training (SBT).
    • Provide insight to improving the ‘traditional’ delivery of police training through the use of SBT.
    • Outline and provide an understanding of authentic SBT and its principles for developing police training.
    • Explore alternative pedagogical approaches to deliver innovation not just for policing but to police training systems.
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    Culture Change in Policing Roundtable

    • Dr. Tracie Keesee
    • Joel Pedersen
    • Dan Greene
    • Christopher Mannino
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    Excellence in Career. Excellence in Life.

    Learning Objectives:
    • Eliminate lack of self-care, blurred boundaries, and a stressful lifestyle.
    • Discover the core components of a life by design.
    • Learn 8 simple leadership-of-self habits.
    • Learn to perform service with excellence while discovering your own personal path to happiness.
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    Gangs and Organized Crime: Myths, Realities, and Challenges

    Learning Objectives:
    • Define gangs including the historical background of Latino gangs,
    • Gang nexus with organized crime and how it uses them to mainstream its operations.
    • How gangs and organized crime units are used by terrorist organizations.
    • How gangs communicate and operate.
    • How to generate effective law enforcement and criminological policies.
    • Future challenges to be faced in order to counter gang operations.
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    Guilty until Proven Innocent: The New Reality

    Learning Objectives:
    • Instructors will learn how to evaluate their current conflict management training programs, in order to improve their effectiveness, court defensiveness and sustainability.
    • Instructors will review and discuss several incidents that have been litigated in court, for the purpose of discerning lessons learned.
    • Instructors will learn how to train their officers to verbally defend their attempts to non-escalate and/or de-escalate conflict situations.
    • Instructors will learn how to provide their officers with a template for reviewing and writing reports that serves as a memory prompter, for threat assessment and incident review.
    • Instructors will understand how to explain the difference between the classroom model, the dynamic application of techniques, and untrained but justifiable techniques, in order to improve their ability to evaluate officers’ conduct.
    • Instructors will learn how to review incidents with an eye on improving future performance, in terms of training, policy development, supervisory overview, and administrative leadership.
    • Instructors will learn how to request and review all available evidence including interviews, witness statements, officer reports, incident scene walk throughs, interviews, and video footage in their review of incidents under investigation.
    • Instructors will discuss and share their experiences defending their officer’s righteous actions in court.
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    Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis

    Learning Objectives:
    • Develop your ability to use our proprietary HBPR&A training principles in conjunction with the SPE²CK tenets in order to conduct real-time threat assessment using human behavior-based pattern recognition and analysis
    • Improve your ability to conduct constant, rigorous, fidelity-filled human behavior-based baseline (environment) assessments and analysis in order to aid their personal defensive posture, assist in conflict management or resolution, promote de-escalation and improve report writing and subsequent court testimony.
    • Improve your ability to conduct behavior prediction, detection, and prevention through the recognition of human behavior-based indicators.
    • Improve your ability to plan for the strategic, operational, and tactical planning and critical thinking necessary to conduct predictive analysis and mitigate potential threats or danger in any environment.
    • Improve the aided (technology-assisted) and unaided (naked eye) surveillance and awareness capabilities.
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    Human Factors, Ergonomics, and Tactical Flashlights

    Learning Objectives:
    • Recognize how ergonomics contributes to human performance.
    • Right-angle tactical lights vs. standard straight tube lights.
    • Improve officer safety, efficiency, and effectiveness through specific techniques and properly designed equipment.
    • Duty gear applications.
    • Tactical advantages to red light.
    • Utilizing light with a firearm.
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    Human Trafficking Roundtable

    This session was recorded LIVE on Monday, September 27th, 2021. Panelists: Andrea Sparks, Nick Pailthorpe, Sarah-Jane Vegas, Jeff Tiegs, Joseph Scaramucci, Jason Piccolo (moderator)
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    ILET Summit Closing Session

    Presented by Adam Kinakin, the closing session wraps up the 2nd Annual International Law Enforcement Training Summit. Thank you to all of the Partners and Supporters for your continued dedication to changing the standard of law enforcement. Special thanks to all of our amazing presenters at this year's event. Collaborations like this are not possible without the selfless support each and every speaker gave to this endeavor.  Join us as we announce the 1st ILET Instructor of the Year and stay tuned for updates on new training and the release of the new ILET Network Community. Thank you for being a part of this world-leading training event.