INTERLOCK SECURITY GROUP

This training is to give Officers the ability to become proficient and be well rounded for any client's need. An example is some client's request Tasers or Batons, some don't. This allows ISG to be ready for any transitions needed without delay.

Security Officers are First Responders to accidents, incidents, crime scenes, and all the other things that can and will happen in a shopping mall, a residential area, outlets, commercial complexes, bars and nightclubs. The number of Security Officers killed or injured far exceeds the number of Law Enforcement Officers. Security Officers are usually closer, they’re more accessible, and the response threshold over the Police is much lower.

Advanced Training 

Defensive Tactics:
Arm Bar Escorts
Take Downs

Mechanical Locks

Falls
Pressure Points
Leg Sweeps
Head Lock and Escape
Chock Hold and Escape
Object Removal from Hands
30 Second Hand Control Sprawl


Tasers:
Operations
Target Areas
Reloads
Probe Removal

Chemical Agents:
Operations
Target Areas


Batons:
Operations
Target Areas


Handcuffs:
Operations
Proper Spacing


Traffic Enforcement:
Radar Use

Parking Statues

Towing Statues


Vehicle Operations:
Inspection
Standard Operations
Recording Mileage
Caster Effect
Use of Lights and Siren Statue
Legal Review of State Statue
Forward Serpentine
Rear Serpentine
3 Point Turn Backing
Peripheral Vision Driving
Positioning and Take Downs


First Aid:
CPR/AED: Child
CPR/AED: Adult
Rendering First Aid


Report Writing:
Legal Review
Trespassing Statue
Use of Force Statue
Statues that Govern Various Types of Associations
Association Enforcement of Violations Statue

Incident Report Mock Scenario Writing

Reason for Training In This Capacity:

Mandated Training:

ISG Officers Are Mandated To Attend Training Classes Throughout The Year To Ensure All Clients Are Being Provided With Quality Personnel.

Security, Investigations, & Property Management

Field Training Officer Program:

All Officers go through a Field Training Officer (F.T.O.) Program as a condition of employment. Officers must pass this program to remain employed. We train Officers in this program to ensure uniformity standards, measure their ability to perform duties, and allow Officers to conduct self assessments related to their Skills.

This program consist of no less than 24 hours of training and no more than 40 hours. Officers are responsible for the pace they progress in the program. 

Officers are trained in the following disciplines while in the FTO Program:

- Agency Reports

- Agency Policies

- Chain of Command Notification

- State Statue Laws

- Firearms

- Use of Force

- Report Writing   (Uniformed Standard)

- Life, Fire, and First Aid Safety

- Crisis Intervention Techniques

- Drug and Human Trafficking (Includes Drug Overdoses)

- Bomb Threats

- Terrorist Threats

- Active Shooter Threats

- Vehicles: Approach, Take Downs, and Operations

- Investigation Tactics

- Radio Procedures

- Special Training needed for assignment