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Law Enforcement

De-escalating angry youth and adults increases everyone's safety and decreases liability now and in the future.

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Corrections

Smart correction officers use verbal de-escalation skills more than hardware for control and safety.

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Parole & Probation

Officer and client safety and rehabilitation rely upon de-escalation skills for calm, effective communication.

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Schools & Colleges

Safe schools start with smart strategies. De-escalation promotes communication, cooperation and education. Use the teachable moment.

Private Security

Keeping persons and property secure starts with keeping the peace. De-escalate to get to cooperate.

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This is a survival tool!

“This is a survival tool that should be mandatory to attend unless you want to make your job harder. This training needs to be an immediate addition to every police academy and in-service training across the nation. Jeff Golden and his crew are awesome and taught an old dog some new tricks. GREAT, NECESSARY TRAINING!”

Adam Golden, Palm Beach County, FL School District PD

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2018-05-23T14:21:54+00:00

Adam Golden, Palm Beach County, FL School District PD

This training needs to be an immediate addition to every police academy and in-service training across the nation.

This is the growing trend in courts.

“This is the growing trend in courts, in public opinion and in law enforcement organizations. It will lower the amount of force used, prevent injuries and gain compliance so we can accomplish our mission with less effort. This course is probably the future of police training.”

Kyle Totten, Daytona Beach, FL PD

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2018-05-23T14:25:44+00:00

Kyle Totten, Daytona Beach, FL PD

“This is the growing trend in courts, in public opinion and in law enforcement organizations. It will lower the amount of force used, prevent injuries and gain compliance so we can accomplish our mission with less effort. This course is probably the future of police training.”

I’ve been waiting 29 years for this training.

“I’ve been in law enforcement for 29 years and I’ve been waiting 29 years for this training.”

Sgt. Mike Mobley, IL State Police

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2018-05-23T14:31:04+00:00

Sgt. Mike Mobley, IL State Police

“I’ve been in law enforcement for 29 years and I’ve been waiting 29 years for this training.”

Valuable training.

“Valuable training. This is a skill every law enforcement officer (and corrections) should acquire. Specific tools, very clear and easy to understand to greatly reduce excessive force and more lives (both LEO and youth) can be saved.”

Ramona Schaefer, Pinellas County, FL Sheriff’s Office.

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2018-05-23T14:32:02+00:00

Ramona Schaefer, Pinellas County, FL Sheriff’s Office.

“Valuable training. This is a skill every law enforcement officer (and corrections) should acquire. Specific tools, very clear and easy to understand to greatly reduce excessive force and more lives (both LEO and youth) can be saved.”

More agencies should be using it across the United States.

“Without any doubt your course works hands down. More agencies should be using it across the United States. Good material based on real life. Simple, clear and easy to use.”

Det. Fred Neal, South Holland, IL PD

5.0
2018-05-23T14:32:51+00:00

Det. Fred Neal, South Holland, IL PD

“Without any doubt your course works hands down. More agencies should be using it across the United States. Good material based on real life. Simple, clear and easy to use.”
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2 months ago

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Sadly, these researchers have repeatedly warned departments that their poor policies and training were going to get them into trouble...yet few listen. "Investigators attributed officers’unlawful stop, search, and arrest practices to (1) key departmental policies and (2) glaring deficiencies in training and oversight. The report sassociated the widespread use of aggressive tactics with crime-control policies that incentivized officers but also damaged police-community relations. Officers appeared disposed to use force rather than employing de-escalation techniques, including with mentally ill persons."
Federal Investigations of Police Misconduct: A Multi-City Comparison (2019)
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We are once again honored to present at the annual Saint Leo University Social Work conference with Dr. Lisa Rapp-McCall! ... See MoreSee Less

We are once again honored to present at the annual Saint Leo University Social Work conference with Dr. Lisa Rapp-McCall!

 

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Jeff Golden, to what other organizations do you provide this type of training?

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1 years ago

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We are honored to be teaching DE-ESCALATE with Dr. Lisa Rapp-McCall today at Saint Leo University’s main campus to a great group of law enforcement and correction officers, 911 dispatchers and social workers. The university is leading the way in helping criminal justice and social work professionals learn from each other and stay safe. ... See MoreSee Less

Sadly, this is another example of school officials who are poorly trained (if at all) in youth-specific de-escalation techniques and safe restraints. It pains us to see such things knowing that there are safe and effective alternatives with DE-ESCALATE.

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This 7-year-old Black boy was grabbed and dragged upside down off his school bus by a white teacher
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DE-ESCALATE is proud to present the Florida Public Safety Institute graduating class of trainers! We wish them well as they begin training DE-ESCALATE in their respective agencies. We're always here for you. Congratulations all! ... See MoreSee Less

DE-ESCALATE is proud to present the Florida Public Safety Institute graduating class of trainers!  We wish them well as they begin training DE-ESCALATE in their respective agencies.  Were always here for you.  Congratulations all!

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DE-ESCALATE Train the Trainer starts in just 12 hours at the Florida Public Safety Institute in Havana, FL. We're excited and honored to teach a full class of experienced law enforcement trainers from state and local agencies! ... See MoreSee Less

DE-ESCALATE Train the Trainer starts in just 12 hours at the Florida Public Safety Institute in Havana, FL.  Were excited and honored to teach a full class of experienced law enforcement trainers from state and local agencies!

 

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come by Jeff see the shop

We'll catch you soon Mike McCaffrey

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1 years ago

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Presenting DE-ESCALATE to a great group of dedicated social workers at the 4th Annual Social Work Conference. Learn to work safer and smarter! ... See MoreSee Less

Sometimes this is necessary...but dare I share a video of what a successful verbal de-escalation looks like? With trained COs it can happen quickly and safely. www.de-escalate.org

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Correctional Officers demonstrate what it's like to deal with an angry prisoner. Could you handle this? Super thankful for all that you guys do! Credit: @hotspringspolicedepartment_ar (on Instagram)
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2 years ago

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Congratulations to everyone completing DE-ESCALATE's Train the Trainer class! ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to everyone completing DE-ESCALATEs Train the Trainer class!

2 years ago

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We are thankful and honored to be presenting our Train the Trainer course to state law enforcement officers at the FL Public Safety Public Institute. Train well; stay safe! ... See MoreSee Less

2 years ago

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As of 10/24/17 there are only two (2) open spaces in our DE-ESCALATE Train-the-Trainer session on Dec. 7-8, 2017 at the FL Public Safety Academy in Havana, FL. Contact us directly if you are interested in enrolling or getting on the wait list. ... See MoreSee Less

As of 10/24/17 there are only two (2) open spaces in our        DE-ESCALATE Train-the-Trainer session on Dec. 7-8, 2017 at the FL Public Safety Academy in Havana, FL.  Contact us directly if you are interested in enrolling or getting on the wait list.

2 years ago

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DE-ESCALATE is proud to present in Orlando at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Resource Officers. Train safe and be safe everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

DE-ESCALATE is proud to present in Orlando at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Resource Officers.  Train safe and be safe everyone!

This is a sad incident for all involved and underscores the need for professional training in de-escalation techniques specific to youth.
Clearwater police officer fired for excessive force

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EXCESSIVE FORCE: A police officer has been fired for using excessive force on a 13-year-old. The police chief says the teen broke his nose and chipped two of his teeth when his face hit the concrete in a takedown that was caught on video. FULL STORY: http://bit.ly/2rXOXde
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