Prisoner Control-Handling, Transporting and Search
August 23, 24, 25, 2016
The class is designed for officers who transport prisoners in custody or new arrestees. Street officers, correctional officers, probation officers and court officers required to move prisoners from one location to another will benefit greatly from this program. Officers will be provided with information concerning all aspects of transportation from restraints to legal issues. Transporting suspects may be the most dangerous thing an officer does and all too often it is done with minimal resources. The danger to officers, civilians and the suspect themselves is great. This class will offer solutions to the most hazardous situations faced during prisoner transport.
You must be a certified APOSTC police officer, Jailer, or active duty military personnel in order to attend this training. Upon completion of this course you will receive 8 accredited (CEU) hours and the cost is free.
For directions or hotel information, contact Sgt. Richard Bryant (334) 289-3073.
Our Prisoner Control course is open to sworn law enforcement, jailers and active duty military personnel. If you are a private security professional or other, please contact us before-hand to check for qualifiers.
Instructor: Jim Reeves, Retired Department of Corrections
Time: 08:00AM to 05:00PM CST
Cost: $0.00 per student
What to Bring:
- Comfortable Attire
- Handcuffs, Keys, Leg Restraints Etc.
**Please check our website www.demopd.org or by Facebook @Demopolis Police Department for further registration information. You can also register at the http://www.demopd.org/divisions/support-service-division/training. Complete and submit all information prior to the August 20, 2016 or send fax to (334-217-0077) **.
Date: August 23, 24, 25, 2016 Class begins at 8:00am.
Location: Demopolis Police Training Center @ Demopolis Police Department, 301 East Washington Street Demopolis, Al 36732
To register: Submit class request to any of the above links prior to August 20, 2016 or complete the form below and send it to the Demopolis Police Training Center.