Response to Resistance Training for Adult and Juvenile Detention

Reduce Liability with Controlled F.O.R.C.E. Training

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Mechanical Advantage Control Holds™ (M.A.C.H.) are a highly effective subject control tool for detaining and escorting non-compliant inmates and youth motivated by fear, anger, drugs, alcohol, medication, or lack of medication. M.A.C.H. redirects a non-compliant inmate’s or youth's resistance. This means that the inmate or youth determines the correctional officer’s response rather than the correctional officer coercing a desired action from the inmate or youth.

Adult Corrections / Juvenile Justice
Court Security / Marshals Units
Probation and Parole

Adult Corrections and Juvenile Detention Training and Consulting Capabilities

Controlled F.O.R.C.E. has been adopted into training curriculum for Adult Detention Agencies across the nation, including Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC) and Nevada Department of Corrections.

Controlled F.O.R.C.E. has been adopted into training curriculum for Juvenile Justice Agencies across the nation, including the Alabama Department of Youth Services and New Hampshire Division for Juvenile Justice Services.

2013 CORPORATE BRIEF | Training Synopsis

Registration for Departmental Defensive Tactics Instructor Certification Courses

Level 1 & 2 Departmental Instructor Certification Course

Level 3 Departmental Instructor Certification Course

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Documentation for Departmental Defensive Tactics Instructors

Pre-Course Checklist (equipment needed for Controlled F.O.R.C.E. Departmental Instructor training)

Departmental Instructor Certification Policy (expectations and requirements of certification)

Transfer of Certification Form (transfer your Controlled F.O.R.C.E. Certification to your new agency)

Certificate Re-Issue Form (order a replacement copy of your Controlled F.O.R.C.E. Certificate)

Maintaining Departmental Master Instructor Certification Policy

Qualification for Departmental Master Instructor Certification Candidacy Policy