B.S.I.S (8) HRS SECURITY OFFICER COURSE
The course objective is to familiarize and instruct each student on the training topics delineated at Business and Professions Code section 7583.7, including, legal aspects, liability, and company requirements relating to the arrest of an individual. The training will utilize the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Power to Arrest Training Manual and may include lecture, discussion, exercises and role-playing. Students are required to take a written exam at the course end with a 100% passing.
In addition, students become familiarize on the subject matter and observation skills required to identify and report precursor activities to a terrorist event, react appropriately, report the occurrence of a terrorist event, and remain safe while helping control the scene after a terrorist event. The training will utilize the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Weapons of Mass Destruction & Terrorism Awareness for Security Professionals Course.
B.S.I.S. (40) HRS SECURITY OFFICER COURSE
The course objective is to familiarize and instruct each student in basic employer requirements relating to the performance of guard duties. Additionally, to provide the employer and the individual with the opportunity to select additional course work to improve the skills and knowledge of the individual. The listed courses should include a mixture of written materials, lecture and exercises. Completion of this course and students are eligible to apply for security guard card, firearm permit and baton permit, as well as awarded O.C. Pepper Spray Completion Certificate and First Aid/CPR Certificates.
B.S.I.S.(14) HRS FIREARM COURSE
This course is sanctioned by the California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS) and meets the mandatory qualifications for the State Firearms Permit. The course is a total of 8 hours; 8 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours range instruction/qualification.
+ Legal and moral responsibilities
+ Firearms nomenclature/ maintenance
+ Weapons handling/ safety
+ Fundamentals of shooting
+ Mindset and situational awareness
+ Emergency procedures
+ Firearms qualification
Upon completion of this course, you will need to submit an application to BSIS. Per BSIS regulations, you must qualify for each specific caliber you intend to carry. Proof of US Citizenship or permanent residency is required for this course, along with proof of current security guard card.
B.S.I.S. (24) HRS SB 1626 CALIFORNIA CAMPUS SCHOOL SECURITY COURSE
This course meets all State requirements. Course content includes the following:
History and Development of Campus Responsibilities in the Educational Environment
The Role and Responsibilities of School Security Officers
Laws and Liabilities
Security Awareness in the Educational Environment
Mediation and Conflict Resolution
Disasters and Emergencies
Dynamics of Student Behavior
Examination of (1) hour.
O.C. PEPPER SPRAY COURSE
California's security guards are authorize to carry O.C. Pepper Spray on duty with the proper training. This is a 4-hour training course facilitated through lecture, classroom discussion and a written examination. Students will be physically exposed to the chemical agent on a mild level. At the conclusion of the course, students must present proof of current security guard status and upon presentation students will be awarded a course completion certificate.
ACTIVE SHOOTER COURSE
In this course, students will learn that an active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and other populated area. In most cases, active shooters use firearms and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims. Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Students will learn how to help prevent and prepare for potential active shooter situations. This course provides guidance to security professionals, law enforcement personnel, private citizens, including managers, employees, students so that they can prepare to respond to an active shooter situation.
REPORT WRITING COURSE
This is course is an exploration of effective security and law enforcement report writing while emphasizing the practical aspects of gathering, organizing, and preparing written reports and presented in a hands-on practical matter. The course will focus on the ABC’s (Accuracy, Brevity, and Completeness), and the legal and practical aspects of police report writing and courtroom testimony. There will be in-class writing and role-playing exercises, and take-home assignments. The course will take the student through the essential elements of written and oral law enforcement communication and documentation, from crime scene to courtroom.
ARREST MECHANICS/UNARMED SELF-DEFENSE
One of the most dangerous times for a Security Professional is making a lawful arrest. Students will learn how to properly make a lawful arrest, arresting at gunpoint, and coordinating efforts with law enforcement. Students will also learn self-defense techniques to maintain officer and public safety. Course content includes professional presence, situational awareness, and verbal communications, and weapons retention, use of force, handcuffing and search and seizure.