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Seminar Title:  
Prisoner Control

DATES:  8/23/2017 through 8/25/2017

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Perry Hollowell

LOCATION:  Marion County Sheriff's Office Multi-Purpose Room - 3300 NW 10th Street, Ocala, FL  34475

HOTEL:  Hampton Inn  - Ocala, FL  1-352-867-0300
$112 Single or Double
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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $295.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Perry W. Hollowell recently retired as Chief of Police, but has also been a Sheriff, Chief Deputy, Captain, Lieutenant and Sergeant while serving with three jurisdictions. Along with a thirty-five year law enforcement career he has also had a successful military career retiring after twenty-two years of service. A strong training background includes training law enforcement and military on both a national and international basis. Along with educating thousands of police and military, Perry has been adjunct faculty for three colleges. He has also pursued numerous hours of professional development programs to include the FBI National Academy, U.S. Army Sergeant’s Major Academy and a Master of Business Management Degree. His training, experience and education has provided the opportunity to train in a wide variety of topics


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Course Objectives

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Course Objectives:
The class is designed for officers who transport prisoners in custody or new arrestees. Street officers, correctional officers, probation officers and court officers required to move prisoners from one location to another will benefit greatly from this programs. Officers will be provided with information concerning all aspects of transportation from restraints to legal issues. Transporting suspects may be the most dangerous thing an officer does and all too often it is done with minimal resources. The danger to officers, civilians and the suspect themselves is great. This class will offer solutions to the most hazardous situations. Officers will also be given the material to allow them to meet FAA/TSA regulations for law enforcement flying while armed.

Upon Completion:
Students will be provided the knowledge and skills to:

    Carry a Firearm Onboard Aircraft (Certification in Compliance with FAA/TSA Regulations)

    List Six Types of Common Restraints

    Identify Tools and Procedures for Defeating Restraining Devices

    Demonstrate the Most Effective Placement of Restraining Devices

    Perform Pre-Transport Search

    Complete Transport Checklist

    Demonstrate Vehicle Seating of Suspect for Maximum Officer Safety

    Use Indirect Lighting to Enhance Officer Safety

    Establish/Plan Routes for Transportation

    Complete a Plan for Escorting Outside the Vehicle

    List at Least Four Elements Outside the Officer’s Control and How to Deal With Them

    Identify Areas of Civil Liability Prior, During and After the Transport

    Identify and Comply With Requirements For Out of State Transports

    Describe the Difference Between New Arrest and Custodial Transport

    Develop, Interpret and Comply With Agency Transport Regulations

    List/Recognize the Fatal Danger Signs During Transport


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