In-Service SPT - Elements of Lawful Arrest

    • Special Police Training

$150 Per Seat

Please choose from the available times and days in the calendar below

This Law of Arrest program is completely new and more comprehensive.  This training session gives a basic overview of the law of arrest. It  demonstrates to the security officer the laws of arrest. It is designed to teach the limitations of their authority and to help reduce liability exposure, not only for the officer but for their company and their company’s clients as well.

Some of the subjects 

  • Felonies and misdemeanors
  • Sources of authority
  • Criminal and civil law
  • Avoiding lawsuits
  • Overview of legal authority
  • What constitutes an arrest
  • When is an arrest legal
  • What is a citizen arrest
  • Probable cause
  • Questioning a suspect
  • Making an arrest
  • Maintaining an arrest
  • Restraining a prisoner
  • Searching a prisoner
  • What are the fruits of a crime
  • What is contraband
  • What is a weapon
  • Search authority
  • Searching procedures
  • What constitutes excessive force
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  • If you don’t see any schedule of classes here and you want to request a class then please call this number: (443) 702-7891
  • In order to ensure you get the best training possible, we adhere to a simple cancellation policy. If you cannot attend a scheduled paid class, please give us the courtesy of 24 hours notice. Thank you. 
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In-Service Special Police Training – Elements of Lawful Arrest

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