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Crime Prevention for Religious Institutions

Instructor: Brian Kanicki

This one day course will discuss the uniqueness of balancing the openness of religious institutions while preventing crime and acts of violence.  The development of emergency preparedness policies and training of staff and volunteers will be addressed.

Crime Prevention Strategies for Educational Facilities

Instructor: Brian Kanicki

This one day course discusses the necessity for schools, campuses, and all educational facilities to take steps to prevent crime and violence.  Best practices for Lock Downs, Shelter-in-Place, and Bomb Threats will be examined.

Crime Prevention for Businesses

Instructor: Brian Kanicki

This one day course addresses the crime issues specific to our business communities, from conducting risk assessments, establishing emergency preparedness policies, preparing for acts of violence, and preventing workplace crime.

Residential Crime Prevention

Instructor: Brian Kanicki

This one day course discusses crime prevention initiatives specific to neighborhoods and residential properties, from target hardening to developing resident based crime prevention programs.

Crime Free Multi-Housing

Instructor: Brian Kanicki

This is a proven crime prevention program designed to reduce crime, and the perception of crime, within rental apartment communities by law enforcement partnering with owners, landlords, property managers, and residents.  This is a two day train-the-trainer certification course.

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

Instructor: Brian Kanicki

This 3 day class is based on the premise that “the proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear of crime and incidence of crime, and to an improvement in quality of life.”  CPTED examines the “why here” factor.  This course is beneficial to a wide range of professions ranging from law enforcement professionals to security consultants, to municipal managers, planners and code/zoning enforcement, and even schools officials, property managers, shopping districts and downtown development authorities.  Concepts learned can be applied to provide useful risk assessments and security surveys of existing properties as well as the development of new projects.  Attendees will learn about how lighting, landscaping, access control, signage, and the use of social activities can help in preventing crime, as well as how to utilize CPTED in existing crime prevention and community policing programs.

Crime Prevention on Patrol

Instructor: Brian Kanicki

This unique fast paced course has quickly become a favorite among police officers and administrators nationwide. While designed for front-line law enforcement officers to do more than merely respond to crime in their communities, this one-day class is a must for anyone in law enforcement who strides to provide a more preventative, customer service based approach to policing. This course will examine the basics of preventing crime, why crime occurs where it does, and how to successfully engage citizens to partner in community crime prevention efforts. While theories of crime prevention will be discussed, this course offers “real world” crime prevention examples along with providing tools and resources for officers to make an immediate impact within their own communities. Security surveys, risk assessments and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) theories will also be examined.

Olympic Weightlifting & Power Training For Police

Instructor: James Di Naso

By popular demand, Police Kinesiology Company presents a new course:

This course will teach officers how to properly perform and integrate the use of the Olympic lifts (snatch/clean & jerk) and variations into the physical preparation programs of police officers. All who attend will gain insight and understanding of the ways to correctly incorporate these techniques into a police specific training program to improve and maximize job related performance and physical skills. The course will be taught by PKCO Police Performance Director James Di Naso, an advanced level coach with the United States Weightlifting Federation. This course is ideal for LE officers and LE fitness instructors who have previously attended any of the following PKCO courses: Weight Training for Police, Injury Prevention for Police, Specialized Fitness Training for Female Officers, or Tactical Police Performance Instructor courses (formerly know as the Practical Police Kinesiology course).

Fitness for Baton & Shooting Skills Improvement (4 or 8 hours)

Instructor: James Di Naso


Baton strikes need to be fast and powerful to insure compliance
so that resistance is brought to a prompt conclusion.  Firearms,
when employed, rely on forearm strength, arm stability, and
quickness in order to improve shooting performance.  In this
course, officers will learn how to apply the principles of kinesiology
to the development of skills in both areas. Tactical movement skills
including evasive maneuvers and improving shooting proficiency
while moving are addressed.  This course is ideal for baton and
firearms instructors and will help improve performance and reduce
overuse injuries sustained during baton and firearms training.

 


Dynamic Police Workout (4 or 8 hours)

Instructor: James Di Naso


This course will introduce police officers and police fitness trainers to innovative
physical training methods that will increase officer fitness levels, enhance the
ability to perform job related physical skills and prevent injury. No equipment is
needed, and all exercises and routines can be modified and adapted to suit
different populations including less active or older officers, female officers, and
DT/tactical personnel. This course is very helpful for departments & agencies
wanting to offer department wide exercise programming to diverse populations.
This course is also a great tool for use in academy settings.

 

 

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