Private Security Training Academy
What is Oleoresin Capsicum?
Commonly called "Pepper Spray", Oleoresin Capsicum is a convenient aerosol spray that is used as a protection device.
When used before hands-on defense, there is less risk of injuries to all parties. OC affects the skin, face, eyes, and respiratory system and is usually immediately debilitating.
This court-defensible deterrent is reliable and has no long-term harmful effects on the recipient. OC is widely accepted as a safe control option for human service personnel.
Through a combination of Practical Exercises and Classroom instruction you will learn how to:
1. Identify the stages of conflict in order to: recognize the threat, reduce the threat, and determine how and when to use force.
2. Apply state-of-the-art tactical concepts such as: spraying techniques, disengagement, proper defensive positions, methods of movement, multiple opponent defense, contact and cover system, defense against moving attacks, ground defense, and drawing techniques.
3. Avoid liability suits through: Certified training, understanding the effects of OC spray, identifying factors which justify OC use, and proper OC incident documentation.
Certification for Security Officers is granted under the self-defense statute in Texas under Section 9.31 of the Texas State Penal Code.
Classroom instruction is now mandated for defense of civil law suits arising out of (Vicarious Liability) for consent to carry by Security Companies and their employees.
his class is a (4) hour course of instruction available every WEDNESDAY from 2pm to 6pm
The Price is $50.
1. Heat of OC, Concentration Levels and Calculating Capsaicin Content
2. Spray Patterns
3. Skin Sensitivity, Effects on the Eyes and Respiratory System
4. Other Effects and After Effects
5. How to Use OC
6. General After Use Guidelines and Post Exposure Cleansing
7. In-Custody Deaths and Recognizing Excited Delirium
8. General OC Information, Number of Bursts, Flammability, Area Recovery, Storage and Shelf Life
9. Material Safety Data Sheets
10. Resistance and Control Management
11. Officer and Individual Factors and Escalation Through the Levels of Control
12. Recognizing the Threat
13. Elements of Reporting Resistance and Control14.Agency Policies and Procedures
15. Principles of Balance, Movement, Center and Reaction Time
16. Defensive Position
17. Relative Positioning
18. Drawing Techniques
19. Spraying techniques for single or multiple aggressors
20. Contact and Cover System
21. Moving Attack
22. Ground Defense
23. Defense from an OC Attack
This class is no longer regulated by the Texas Board of Private Security and can be carried by both commissioned and non-commissioned security officers.
A certificate of completion must be on file in the companies employment records to enact
the vicarious liability mandates.
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