Here is the detailed course information, our registration package will be posted on our main webpage www.amea.ca.
If you would like a copy e-mailed to you please message me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel booking info:
OCT 26 -27, 2016 - COAST CANMORE HOTEL,, CANMORE AB - TEL:: 1-800-716-6199
For reservation call 1.800.716.6199 & quote group name “AMEA” or group code “CCM-GFC2318”
OR make reservations online using the web link: http://coa.st/kecy
Address: 511 Bow Valley Trail, Canmore, AB T1W 1N7
Course info:PROPERTY AWARENESS SAFETY
TRAINING (P.A.S.T.) - WED. OCT 26 [1300 - 1630 hours]
The presentation is designed to give Law Enforcement Officers tactics and skills for approaching properties and effectively dealing with citizens at the residence. Some of the topics that will be covered are:
· Right to enter onto property
· Pre – Trip Preparation
· Approach considerations
· Cover and Concealment options
· Contact and Cover Principles
· Pre- Attack Indicators
· Body Language
· Communication skills
Presenter: Peace Officer Chris Terry from Parkland County. Chris was born and raised in the City of Edmonton, AB. He began his law enforcement journey in 2007 when he graduated from the Police & Security Program at MacEwan University. In April 2009 Chris began his employment with Parkland County Enforcement Services as a Peace Officer (CPO 1). For the Past four years he has been a certified Commercial Vehicle Inspector; Field Training Officer; Certified instructor in Control Tactics Survival Skills (CTSS), Pressure Point and Control Tactics (PPCT), ACE Knife Defense and Ground Fighting; SABRE Pepper Spray and recently obtained his instructor certification in RADAR and LIDAR. Chris is also currently working towards his certificate in the Police Management Program at the University of Alberta.USE OF FORCE SCENARIO TRAINING
(KNIFE DEFENSE) – THUR. OCT 27 (will
have shock knives available) 1300 - 1630 hours
The Edged Weapons potion of the training will be based on the combined concepts from C.I.P.S TDPE and also Winning Mind A.C.E. Edged Weapons Defense.
As the course is only 4 hours, we will be unable to cover all aspects. We will focus on the foundation of surviving and winning any edged weapon attack.
With regards to A.C.E. Edged weapons defense, which will make up majority of the class, we will focus on the 3 main components: Avoid, Control,
Eliminate. The class will be physically demanding, so please ensure that you are ready."
Presenters: Chad Catena & Allison Cunningham (City of
Edmonton Community Standards Peace Officer Section)NOTE TAKING AFTER USE OF FORCE
SCENARIOS – THUR. OCT 27 [0830 - 1200 hours]
Learn the importance of taking notes, Supplement your knowledge and practical skills related to note taking. Note taking is an important part of any Peace officers job; this presentation will help you
set up good habits for your career. The presentation is designed to coach you through basic note taking to ensure you have good records to assist you in your investigations, help resolve citizen complaints and if needed to be used in court.
Presenter: Susan Wall, Inspector with Calgary Community Standards General bylaw division. She has been with Bylaw since 2008 and began teaching the
importance of note taking in 2009. She has 15 years of experience in law enforcement originating in the United Kingdom with The Metropolitan Police Service London.VICIOUS/DANGEROUS DOG ORDERS -
WED. OCT 26 [0830 - 1200 hours]
Presenters: Doug Anderson & Peace Officer Mel
Parkinson (City of Calgary Animal Control)
The vicious dog investigation process will examine from start to finish what happens once the initial investigation is completed on a seized dog or on a dog where a court order is required. We will discuss what evidence is required for a successful court order and the process of how to obtain one. We will also look at the court process and evidence required for dangerous/ vicious dog trials so an order can be successfully granted by the courts.
We will also explore other avenues of seizing dogs if the local agency's Bylaw has no provision for this. Additionally, we will discuss different ways to declare animals as vicious. For example, the City of Chestermere uses their City Manager/Council to declare a dog as vicious. The City of Calgary is currently looking into a Tribunal process. Presenter info:
Inspector Doug Anderson has been with the City of Calgary for 27 years and has been an inspector for the last 10 years. During his time as an inspector, he has been directly involved in all animal aggression cases in the City of Calgary.
Peace officer Mel Parkinson has been with the City of Calgary for over 8 years working in Animal Control. She is involved in most of the serious aggression and higher level files reported to the City, and is now working on the Aggression Team full time.Training related questions? Please contact our Education Officer James Brooke at email@example.com.
Member rate is $250 for both days, $130 for 1 day.
Non-member rate is $320 for both days, $200 for 1 day.
See you in Canmore!
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