CJK0051V

CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics

Course Code: CJK0051V

Credit Hours: 80 clock hours

Effective beginning: Fall 2020

 

Course Description:
A Basic Law Enforcement Academy course that deals with the minimal force necessary to overcome resistance to arrest, or control of violent behavior. Demonstration of officer presence, communication skills, falling techniques, use of restraint devices, physical frisk, searches, transporter techniques, take down maneuvers, pressure points, counter moves, escape and ground defense techniques, and prison transport. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of intermediate weapons, defense against edged weapons, and handgun retention.

Course Details

Instructors:

TBD

 

Required textbooks/ course materials:

See instructor’s First Day Handout

 

Assignment/course outline:

See your Instructor First Day Handout for individual instructor assignment schedule.

 

Discipline-level learning outcomes:

CJK 0031V, First Responder, is an approved course by FDLE for the purpose of Law Enforcement Certification and Corrections Certification (see below).

 

Course-level student learning outcomesDiscipline-level learning outcomesAssessment methods
  • Identify the legal sources that address use of force issues.
  • Identify that levels of subject T resistance may increase or decrease without going through intermediate levels.
  • Identify that the levels of officer response may increase or decrease without going through intermediate levels depending on the resistance from the subject.
  • Identify that there is always an option to escalate or disengage at any time.
  • Identify ability as it relates to response to resistance.
  • Identify opportunity as it relates to response to resistance.
  • Evaluate the constantly changing potential for harm presented by both subjects and the surroundings.
  • Identify how to gather as much information as possible to determine the potential for harm.
  • Identify the minimum reactionary gap distance when the officer has visual control of the subject hands.
  • Identify the danger zone.
  • Given an aggressive subject, demonstrate the ready stance.
  • Given an aggressive subject, demonstrate the offensive ready stance.
  • Given an attacking, demonstrate how to evade an approaching threat.
  • Demonstrate applicable verbal direction.
  • Given a situation where you are pushed from behind or tripped, demonstrate a front fall.
  • Demonstrate a side fall.
  • Complete a rear fall while giving loud, clear, concise verbal commands.
  • Demonstrate a forward roll.
  • Given a standing subject, apply handcuffs to the subject.
  • Identify the proper working mechanisms and nomenclature of handcuffs and the handcuff key.
  • Given a kneeling subject, apply handcuffs to the subject.
  • Given a subject to be transported, apply waist chains.
  • Given a subject, approach, identify and verbally control the subject to be transported.
  • Given a subject to transport, apply leg irons to the subject.
  • Position the subject with verbal commands.
  • Given a subject, conduct a frisk.
  • Given a handcuffed subject to search, perform a custodial search.
  • Given a subject to be searched in an institution, perform an institutional search.
  • Given a subject to be searched in an institution, perform an unclothed, institutional search.
  • Given a subject demonstrating passive physical resistance or greater, demonstrate the escort position.
  • Given a subject resisting the escort position, demonstrate a bent wrist transporter.
  • Given a subject resisting the escort position, demonstrate the finger lock transporter.
  • Given a resisting subject in the escort position, demonstrate a hammer lock transporter.
  • Given a subject resisting the escort position, demonstrate the shoulder lock transporter.
  • Given a subject resisting the escort position, demonstrate a straight arm bar take down.
  • Given a subject who is grabbing you, demonstrate an outside wrist take down.
  • Given a resisting subject in a hammer lock transporter, demonstrate a hammer lock take down.
  • Given a resisting subject in a shoulder lock transporter, demonstrate a shoulder lock take down.
  • Given a resisting subject, who grabs you with both hands, demonstrate a hip roll take down.
  • Given a resisting subject, who grabs you with one hand, demonstrate a leg sweep.
  • Given a resisting subject with a handcuff on one wrist, and a handcuff key, demonstrate a take-down of the handcuffed subject.
  • Given a subject demonstrating passive physical resistance or greater, demonstrate the pressure point under the jaw technique.
  • Given a subject demonstrating passive physical resistance or greater, demonstrate the hollow behind the collarbone technique.
  • Given an advancing subject, demonstrate a redirection technique.
  • Given a subject attacking with an overhead strike, demonstrate a high forearm block.
  • Given an attacking subject, demonstrate a vertical punch.
  • Given an attacking subject, demonstrate a hammer fist strike.
  • Given an attacking subject, demonstrate a forearm strike.
  • Given an attacking subject, demonstrate a front elbow strike.
  • Given an attacking subject, demonstrate a knee strike.
  • Given an attacking subject, demonstrate a front kick.
  • Given a subject demonstrating active physical resistance or greater, demonstrate a shin scrape.
  • Given a subject who has you in a front extended choke, demonstrate how to escape from a front extended choke.
  • Given a subject who has you in a headlock, demonstrate how to escape.
  • Given a subject who has knocked you to the ground, demonstrate leg defense techniques.
  • Given a resistant subject on his or her hands and knees on the ground, demonstrate how to break the subject down.
  • Given a restrained subject, in a police vehicle, demonstrate how to remove him or her from the vehicle.
  • Given a baton, demonstrate a proper draw with the strong hand to the ready position.
  • Identify the parts of the baton.
  • Given a subject facing you, holding onto the muzzle of your handgun, demonstrate the cradle retention technique.
  • Given a subject, pointing a handgun at your chest, demonstrate a front disarming technique.
  • Given a situation involving chemical agents, identify the chemical agents.
  • Identify five different deployment systems of chemical agents.
  • Given a situation involving chemical agents, identify that chemical agents are non-lethal and the effects will dissipate over time.

COR Outcome 1: Students demonstrate mastery of Correctional Officer knowledge and skills.

COR Outcome 2: Demonstrate safety skills appropriate for employees in a Correctional Officer work setting.

COR Outcome 3: Apply critical thinking and problem solving proficiency as appropriate for employees in a Correctional Officer work setting.

COR Outcome 4: Exhibit interpersonal and ethical skills as appropriate for employees in a Correctional Officer work setting.

COR Outcome 5: Exhibit leadership, organizational, and professional skills appropriate for employees in a Correctional Officer workplace.

Skills Demonstration, Skills Check-off, Tests

 

 

The course is competency-based using handouts, videotapes, textbooks, computer assisted instruction and instructor demonstrations.

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