BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

San Diego office of Academy Security Training

Please note:  This is a copyright of BSIS and is provided for the benefit of students.  As a state-licensed BSIS training facility, we are providing this for instruction to our students seeking the guard card.

Guard Card Training - California Security Training VIP Bodyguard - Executive Protection Agent Patrol Officer Executive Protection Agents Powers To Arrest course WMD/Terrorism Awareness course

united states of america - american flag
Academy
Security Training
702 Civic Center Drive

Suite 103
Oceanside, California 92054
United States of America
Phone: (310) 490-3697
Email

Map of Location

Our Oceanside Location

CLICK TO PAY FOR A COURSE

Home - Security Training
Who We Are
Course Schedule
Course Fees
Links

Livescan Fingerprinting

Our Other Locations
Los Angeles/Torrance
Inland Empire

San Francisco

 

BACK TO MAIN PAGE

 Firearm Training Manual  54

situation and consider an appropriate response to each case. An appropriate response to the case may be one of the following: the use of a firearm; use a lessor type of force, such as a baton; engage in de-escalating behaviors to reduce the conflict and avoid the use force, such as physically withdrawing from the conflict; or engage in cover and concealment and prepare to only observe and report. CASE STUDIES Case Study #1

You are patrolling a large parking lot of a retail store when you are told that there is an armed robbery in progress. You turn towards the entrance of the store and see a man with a gun in his hand run out the front door, turn and run away from you and down the public street. Case Study #2

You are working in a shopping center. You are told by a citizen that there is a person acting strangely in an outdoor parking lot. The citizen believes that the person is drunk or possibly under the influence of drugs. You arrive at the scene where a crowd has gathered around a large male approximately 16 to 18 years old in an incoherent and agitated state. You identify yourself and the subject becomes even more agitated. The subject takes a large knife from his pocket, extends the blade, and begins to advance toward you as the crowd moves out of his way. Case Study #3

You have been told that a burglary has occurred earlier in the evening at a warehouse you are guarding. The suspects were observed leaving the scene in a blue 1995 Dodge.

Later that night, while patrolling the parking grounds in a well-marked security vehicle, you observe a similar vehicle traveling through the parking lot at a slow speed with the headlights off. You see a flash come from the driver's side of the suspects' vehicle and

 

 

CALL (310) 490-3697 for Security Training in San Diego

 

NEXT | PREVIOUS | TABLE OF CONTENTS

 ....................................................................................... 

 

Copyright 2006-2009,  Academy Security Training All rights reserved.  Webmaster Ruperto Elpusan Jr., Chief Firearms Instructor