Friday, November 16, 2018, 1:30 – 4:30 pm.
Force Dynamics of a Force Encounter
WILLIAM J. LEWINSKI, Ph.D. – Force Science Institute
The presentation will focus on historical, just completed and in-process research on assailant dynamics and speed when assaulting an officer in force encounters including ambushes. The latest research involves the use of accelerometers and gyroscopes for very precise measurements. Classical officer approaches and response patterns will be examined for effectiveness in coping with assaults. We will take a brief look at why training, to be effective against the variety of situations officers face, needs to be based on a problem orientated foundation and include modern principles of learning that incorporates an interdisciplinary, integrated, and clinical foundation.
Saturday, November 17, 2018, 1:30 – 4:30 pm.
A Wakeup Call to Police Union Leaders:
A Paradigm Shift has brought a New Reality
RON DELORD – Police Labor Attorney, Georgetown, TX
The goal of this class is to prepare the attendee to recognize and adapt to paradigm shifts in the police profession that have a direct impact on law enforcement officers and their unions. It includes identifying the agents of change that are driving the paradigm shifts, a case study and reacting to the demands of the police reform movement.
POST Conference Certification. POST # 9900-28000-18-001.
MUST BE PRESENT AT BOTH SESSIONS TO GET CERTIFICATION