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TRAINING PROGRAMME

KA2 STANDARD OF USAGE OF PHYSICAL FORCE- TRAINING PROGRAMME

Erasmus + KA2 project No.2016-1-LV01-KA202-022708Training and preparedness of the Baltic Sea region (LTU, LVA, EST, POL) police officers in usage of a single model of application of physical force

 

ERASMUS+ PROJECT TRAINING PROGRAMME

 

Title of the programme:

Training and preparedness of the Baltic Sea region (LTU, LVA, EST, POL) police officers in usage of a single model of application of physical force

 

Aims of the programme:

 

 

The target group for the programme:

 

 

Number of group:

 

Duration of the programme :

To create a single and uniform practical training methodology training program for officials of the Project Member States within formal education programs

 

Cadet’s and police officers with special service ranks, who are involved in providing public order or detecting criminal offenses, as well as persons who need to know and be able to use methods and techniques of close combat

15-20

240 academic hours

 

Developers of the programme:

 

Training experts of Erasmus + KA2 project No.2016-1-LV01-KA202-022708 Training and preparedness of the Baltic Sea region (LTU, LVA, EST, POL) police officers in usage of a single model of application of physical force

 

Year of the developed programme:

2018

First level (basic level or the lowest level of physical condition)

 No.

Topics

Subtopics

Taxonomy level

Number of academic hours

Methodology

Theory

Practical lessons

Total

1.

Methodical recommendation in training of close combat tactics

1.1.    Safety rules for close combat training.

1.2.    „Pain points” in close combat technique application.

1.3.    Basic principles on the use of force application.

Understanding

4

-

4

Lecture (seminar)

2.

Set of exercises for close combat training

2.1.    Set of exercises to prepare for close combat training.

2.2.    Special exercises on falling techniques, close combat stance and acrobatic elements training.

2.3.    Stance, movement technique of hands and legs.

2.4.    Practical application of pain point techniques.

Understanding and application/use

-

18

18

Practical lesson

3.

Detention and pain techniques

3.1.    Pain holds (hands).

3.2.    Pain holds (legs).

3.3.    Development of detention and pain techniques – pair work, modelling of situations.

Understanding and application/use

-

30

30

Practical lesson

4.

Methodology of several fighting sports in  release technique training

4.1.    Preparatory exercises in release technique.

4.2.    Technique of stance, movement, and grip.

4.3.    Technique of ground wrestling and standing - possibilities of usage of arm bar.

4.4.    Release technique from handgrips.

4.5.    Release technique from different body locks.

4.6.    Release from submission holds.

4.7.    Development of release technique – group work, modelling of situations.

Understanding and application/use

-

24

24

Practical lesson

5.

The defensive technique training

5.1.    Special preparatory exercises in defensive technique.

5.2.    Technique of stance, steps (movements), hand-and-leg technique.

5.3.    Technique of stance, steps (movements) and hand movements using a partner.

5.4.    Defence against blows by a hand.

5.5.    Defence against blows by a leg.

5.6.    Defensive and offensive activities in controlled contact fight.

Understanding and application/use

-

16

16

Practical lesson

6.

Defensive and offensive techniques  using objects

6.1.    Preparatory exercises in defensive and offensive techniques.

6.2.    Defence against a knife attack.

6.3.    Defence against weapon attacks.

6.4.    Technical activities (execution) of close distance against a knife and weapon attacks.

6.5.    Development of techniques by using force methods.

Understanding and application/use

-

24

24

Practical lesson

7.

Techniques of using special means (baton, telescopic baton)

 

7.1.    Types of stance using a baton.

7.2.    Pain techniques (points) using a baton (with effect on the joints of the wrist, elbow, shoulder, knee, foot).

7.3.    Defence types using a baton.

7.4.    Detention techniques using a baton.

7.5.    Striking techniques using a baton.

7.6.    Blocking techniques using a baton.

Understanding and application/use

-

24

24

Practical lesson

8.

Techniques of use of  means of binding (handcuffs, rope, belt)

8.1.    Technical sequence of handcuffing (position, grip).

8.2.    Handcuffing (from the front, from the side, from the back, lying position).

8.3.    Handcuffing in pairs (modelling situations).

Understanding and application/use

-

6

6

Practical lesson

9.

Techniques using a gas can

9.1.    Techniques and tactics of spraying gas cans (preparation, stance positions).

9.2.    Techniques and tactics of spraying gas cans during detention (modelling situations).

Understanding and application/use

-

4

4

Practical lesson

10.

Security check techniques and convoying

10.1.  Search of a person (a person is standing (bending forward)).

10.2.  Search technique (a person is standing against the wall).

10.3.  Search techniques (a person is kneeling).

10.4.  Search technique (a person is laying).

10.5.  Convoying from different positions.

Understanding and application/use

-

6

6

Practical lesson

TOTAL:

6

154

160

 

Second level(medium level of physical training/condition)

No.

Topics

Subtopics

Taxonomy level

Number of academic hours

Methodology

Theory

Practical lessons

Total

1.

Legal aspects of force application

1.1.    Law “On Police”.

1.2.    The decision on the use of force (the avoidance of the use of force) 

1.3.    Application of power methods. Persons’ safety.

Understanding

2

-

2

Lecture (seminar)

2.

Detention of an offender with close combat, pain and strength techniques.

2.1.    Detention and pain techniques. 

2.2.    Escape techniques.

2.3.    Protection techniques.

2.4.    Disarming technique.

Understanding and Usage

-

10

10

Practical lesson

3.

Special and other tie up tools tactics and techniques

3.1.    Technical – tactical sequence of handcuffing (position, grip, form);

3.2.    Tie up techniques in different positions

3.3.    Handcuffing in pairs (situation modelling)

Understanding and Usage

-

4

4

Practical lesson

4.

(Telescopic) baton usage techniques and tactics

4.1.    Stance using a baton

4.2.    Detention tactics using a baton

4.3.    Pain holds using a baton

4.4.    Attack and defence using a baton

4.5.    (Situation modelling) using a baton in offense situations

Understanding and Usage

-

8

8

Practical lesson

5.

Pepper spray  usage techniques and tactics

5.1.    Pepper spraying methods and tactics while detaining (situation modelling)

Understanding and Usage

-

2

2

Practical lesson

6.

Handgun usage techniques and tactics

6.1.    Basics of handgun usage methods and tactics (positioning, grip, stance, etc.)

6.2.    Handgun defence and offense (threat analysis, taking away)

6.3.    Handgun usage techniques and tactics in groups or pairs (situation modelling)

Understanding and Usage

-

4

4

Practical lesson

7.

Offender detention and search

7.1.    Body search methods and tactics

7.2.    Working with passive offender (in pairs)

7.3.    Working with active/aggressive offender (in pairs)

Understanding and Usage

-

2

2

Practical lesson

8.

Force and special combat techniques application-defusing

8.1.    Work in pairs or groups (police officer’s actions in concrete situations) practical work (active/passive offender) applying force, pain holds, and special techniques near a vehicle.

8.2.    Work in pairs or groups (police officer’s actions in non-typical situations) close quarters, staircases, ambushes. Practical work.

Understanding and Usage

-

6

6

Practical work

TOTAL:

2

38

40

 

Third level(High level of physical training/condition)

No.

Topics

Subtopics

Taxonomy level

Number of academic hours

Methodology

Theory

Practical lessons

Total

1.

Professional competences in methodology of training special fighting techniques

1.1.    Pedagogical conditions of professional competences.

1.2.    Pedagogical styles.

 

Understanding

6

-

6

Lecture (seminar)

2.

Basic principles of special fighting techniques and professional physical training

2.1.    Methodical principles of special fighting techniques and sport.

2.2.    Methodology of professional physical training.

2.3.    Exercise efficiency.

Understanding and application/use

4

4

8

Practical lesson

3.

Training methods in martial sports

3.1.    Methods used in martial sports.

3.2.    Method of adaptive and practical training.

Understanding and application/use

-

8

8

Practical lesson

4.

Methodological principles of giving  practical lessons

4.1.    Methodology of lessons.

4.2.    Use of innovative or unconventional methods in teaching.

Understanding and application/use

-

12

12

Practical lesson

5.

Assessment criteria of the first level and second level programmes

5.1.    Detention techniques.

5.2.    Release techniques.

5.3.    Defensive techniques.

5.4.    Disarmament techniques.

5.5.    Search. Tying the hands.

Understanding and application/use

-

6

6

Practical lesson

TOTAL:

10

30

40