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Training

   Our Training School - Top Gun Security Training Academy - offers a number of comprehensive private investigative and security officer training programs.  These range from State certification courses and examinations to general continuing education courses.

   We do not set a time limit on the course because we allow each individual student to take his or her time to comprehend and review the material as necessary. Studies continue until a student believes that they are ready to take the final written examination. A word of
caution. The final written examination is extremely difficult and diplomas are awarded only to students who obtain at least a 90% or above grade. 80% or below is considered failure. 

 

Security Courses

   The Introduction to Security Course deals with many aspects of security.  Item reviewed include: The present public image as related to the professional officer.  The role and effect of education, attitude, and uniform & personal appearance.  Typical post assignments and responsibilities, making initial rounds, general instructions, and emergency procedures.  Typical post manuals, log books, reporting methods, and following the chain of command.  Further courses detail specific situations such as, loss prevention, employee theft, the detection and apprehension of shoplifters, strike situations, picket lines, civil disturbances, crowd control, and traffic control.  

    Weapons courses deal with firearms (revolvers, automatics, riot guns, etc.) batons, tear gas, hand cuffs, electronic stun devices, and other equipment.  The proper use, procedures, care, and safety issues are detailed; a demonstrated proficiency is required for certification. 

First Aid deals with why first aid, the heart and brain, the blood and circulatory system, respiratory system, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system and vital body functions, airway obstruction, control of bleeding, shock, unconscious states, heart attacks, strokes, chest wounds, abdominal wounds, internal injuries, head injuries, eye injuries, burns, chemical burns, diabetes, allergic reactions, poisoning, convulsions, electrical accidents, drowning, impaled objects, carbon monoxide poisoning, fractures and dislocations, splinting, soft tissue injuries, amputations, initial and secondary survey, diagnosis, moving the victim, the mental or intoxicated patient, the drug victim and legal responsibilities. 


Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation deals with techniques and procedures
while training with a mannequin. Fire Fighting Training deals with classes of fires, hoses, nozzles, extinguishing agents, types of portable extinguishers; water, soda and acid, foam, dry powder, liquified gas (C02), operation of portable extinguishers and fighting specific types of fires. 

Basic Civil and Criminal Law deals with crime, tort, crime classifications,
parties to crimes, duty to assist law enforcement, burglary, larceny, robbery, citizen's arrest, use of force, self defense, rights of accused, rights of an officer, citizen's search, court appearance. 

Private Investigation Courses

    The Investigator's course deals with why investigation, preliminary work, evidence and care of, protecting crime scenes, accident scenes and/or incident scenes, reports, records, statements, admissions and confessions, photography, diagrams, various investigative procedures. 

   The private investigative training course we offer is the only program of it's kind.  The course consists of classroom, video and in-field instruction. Each student is provided with a training manual and a personal mentor. 

   Topics include obtaining clients, interviewing potential clients, setting fees, the investigation, case files, reports and daily notes, investigative tools, interviews and written statements, the affidavit, the deposition, trial, evidence and surveillance as well as extensive training in various types of investigations, serving subpoenas, theft detection chemicals and various investigative forms. 

Domestic Investigations - Topics include the modern marriage, adultery,
typical signs of adultery, coping with adultery, the private investigator, obtaining proper evidence, divorce or an alternative, selecting your attorney, the legal process, marital mind games, child custody, parental kidnapping, alleged child molesting, are you being investigated, stop electronic invasion, and a domestic synopsis. 

Commercial Theft Investigations - Topics include the shoplifting dilemma, shoplifting defined, a shoplifter's profile, the arrest procedure, reports and evidence, the municipal trial, dealing with lawsuits, lawsuit examples, the trauma of employee theft, approaching theft problems, should you prosecute, avoiding civil liability, theft controls, case examples and commercial alarm systems.

 
Information Sources - Topics include information available in Circuit,
County, State, Federal and Justice Courts, County, State and Federal sources, both public and through the Freedom of Information Act, military assistance, and various available information directories including the use of a computer.

 
Truth Verification Testing - Topics include the Polygraph as a useful investigative tool and the procedures for testing one-on-one or analyzing pre-transcribed examinations.

 
Electronic Invasion Countermeasures - Topics include the proper
procedure for identifying and locating tape recorders attached to telephone lines in residences or businesses with either single line or multi-line telephone systems and the procedure for identifying and locating Radio Frequency "RF" transmitters placed in homes, businesses or on vehicles and specifically how to deal with any device located. 

 

 

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