The course will be held at the decommissioned West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville.
Doylestown, Pa. (January 2017) – The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) is pleased to announce its training department is presenting a Cell Extraction Procedures course at the Mock Prison Riot in Moundsville, West Virginia, at the Decommissioned West Virginia Penitentiary April 27-29 2017. NTOA is proud to partner with the corrections community in enhancing tactical training and technology deployment.
The NTOA’s three-day Cell Extraction Procedures course is designed to address the needs of both the correctional administrator and cell extraction team member. This training will apply both intermediate and advanced tactics for the resolution of incidents in which inmates refuse to comply with lawful orders to exit their cells.
Students will be introduced to the use of force associated with cell extraction, three member compliance teams, individual team movement, chemical agent, less-lethal and equipment overviews, as well as employing crisis intervention to gain inmate compliance before force is utilized. Briefing, debriefing and completing proper cell extraction documentation will also be covered. Students will complete multiple force-on-force cell extractions and three-man compliance exercises.
$304 for individual members $329 for team members (includes one-year digital membership to NTOA) $359 for nonmembers (includes one-year membership to NTOA)
To register for the course visit http://training.ntoa.org/courseRegistration/?num=20170690
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