december 6 (Thursday) - 7 (Friday)
50810 SE Grouse Ridge Road North Bend, WA 98045
HTMBPR 16-hr LEO Basic Course Sponsored by King County Sheriff's Office and King County Metro Transit Police DATES: December 6th - 7th, 2018 COST / TIME: The price per officer is
HTMBPR 16-hr LEO Basic Course
Sponsored by King County Sheriff’s Office and King County Metro Transit Police
DATES: December 6th – 7th, 2018
COST / TIME:
- The price per officer is $305.00, which includes course registration, student materials, light snacks, and refreshments. Students should arrive at 0700, to sign in, as the class will begin promptly at 0730. On both days the course will run from 0700-1700 with a working lunch. Once your registration is complete your class seat will be reserved and we will invoice you or your organization.
- King County Metro Transit Police
5303 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
Human Terrain Mapping is designed to equip officers with the ability to effectively articulate and defend their decisions based on published science. With this informed awareness, officers can predictively and proactively deescalate potentially dangerous situations they may encounter during the performance of their duties; thereby, reducing department liability by stabilizing potentially catastrophic situations and improving the law enforcement organization’s rapport with the community they serve.
HTMBPR fosters intelligence based policing by improving the reporting and information collection skills of officers at the ground level. It can also be used internally to improve officer morale and welfare by giving the officers the ability to observe a problem before it starts. The course curriculum is an aggregate of various disciplines including; psychology, physiology, neuroscience, criminology, biometrics, kinesics, and geographical observation. This program is intended to be used as a tool for the reinforcement and enhancement of current policy and procedures. No other course empowers the Law Enforcement Professional with rapid decision making and advanced critical thinking; on a legal, moral, and ethical framework without the influence of cognitive/implicit bias.
For more information specific to this course offering or training venue please contact Sergeant Brett Davis at Sgt. Brett Davis (206) 510-6557 or Brett.Davis@kingcounty.gov. For any specific questions regarding our training please call us at (929) 277-8867 or write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.