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Personal and Public Safety| Use of Force Consultation & Training| Workplace Violence Prevention
SAFETY AWARENESS FOR EVERYONE
Security 2J2 provides training in virtually every area associated with personal safety, confrontation management, and assault prevention, dealing with workplace violence, force response, use of force, arrest and control tactics.
Security 2J2 can provide your organization with proactive strategies, tactics and techniques to manage and mitigate risk, to enhance physical safety and legal security, and to increase employee confidence and competence in dealing with situations that may be high risk or confrontational in nature.
2J2 specializes in:
- Women’s and Youth Assault Prevention
- Potentially Violent Patient Client Management Training
- Security Guard Training
- Loss Prevention Officer (LPO) Training
- Unruly Client/ Safety Management
- Office and Work Place Safety
- Confrontation Management Training
- Self-Defensive Tactics
All training is thoroughly court-defensible and supportive of personal and organizational goals. All training concepts have been pressure-tested in the real world and before the Courts in Canada. Your personal and organizational liability position will be greatly enhanced through Security 2J2.
Personal Safety | Use of Force Consultation & Training | Workplace Violence Prevention
Women’s and Youth Assault Prevention
Designed specifically for women and youth wanting a usable skill set, and a greater sense of control in dealing with the challenges faced in today’s world
- Defensive Tactics and Disengagement Training
Potential Violent Patient Client Management Tactics
Designed specifically for Hospital Security Staff, Health Care Workers, Victim Service Case workers.
- Review of Assaults on Health Care, Victim Service Workers
- Health Care Professional Response Options
- Identifying Patient, Client Resistance
- Dealing with Confrontational and Aggressive Behavior
Security & Loss Prevention Officer (LPO) Training
Designed specifically for Security & LPO’s security professions.
- legal rights & responsibilities
- confrontation management
- empty hand control tactics
- defensive tactics
- tactical handcuffing
- disengagement tactics
- report writing
Unruly clients/ Safety Management
Designed specifically for retail and business environment.
- pre-emptive threat assessment/recognition
- safety & security
Confrontation Management Training
Designed for the Corporate and Public Sector where clients may become aggressive and/or confrontational with the Service Provider’s: Probation and Parole Services.
- managing aggressive & confrontational behavior
- dealing with violence in the workplace
Personal and Public Safety |Use of Force Consultation & Training | Workplace Violence Prevention
Half day, full day and two day training options.
Joel Pedersen | April 2015 | Eagle Feather News.
For the past few years I have been an Investigator with the Saskatoon Police Service in the section of Domestic Violence. My colleagues and I would review and investigate hundreds of incidents each year. From stalking and harassment, to domestic assault and attempted murder: none of these stories are the same, and it does not matter what part of the city they live in nor the jobs or professions they may have or positions they may hold. Domestic Violence may affect all of us either directly or indirectly.
Often what we find are unhealthy lifestyles, either alcohol and drug addictions; mental health related conditions; break down of relationships full of regret, remorse, and resentment. Most involve families, and if so, always the victims are the children. Often not even realizing the environment they are living in is not healthy, it is however their reality.
Many in abusive relationships may experience a cycle, or pattern of abuse. The cycle of abuse may speed up during the course of a relationship, and the calm stage may become shorter. As the cycle continues, the abuse will likely become more extreme.
There are many reasons people live with partners that are violent and abusive. Hope, love, and fear are three emotions that keep the cycle in motion and make it hard to ask for help or end an abusive relationship. Love for your partner, because the relationship has its good points? It’s not all that bad, it could be worse? Hope that it will change, because the relationship didn’t start like this? Fear of threats to harm you or your family will become a reality; financial; being ‘alone’.
The most recent homicide in Tisdale, Saskatchewan brings once again the seriousness of domestic violence. Domestic violence should not happen to anybody, ever, period. But it does, and when it does there is help. Maybe you have lived with abuse, maybe it happened just once; maybe you work or live next to someone who is being abused right now. Know your rights, it is a crime if someone physically hurts or threatens you. No one has the right to hurt you, physically or emotionally, even if they say they love you. In Canada, victims of Intimate Partner Violence are protected under the Criminal Code of Canada. The police can arrest the abuser if the incident involves: an assault; threats of violence; use of a weapon; destruction of your personal property; harassment or stalking; an abuser in violation of a no-contact order.
In Saskatchewan, the Victims of Domestic Violence Act provides police and prosecutors legal tools to assist victims of domestic violence, in addition to the Criminal Code of Canada.
Emergency Intervention Orders (EIO) are available 24 hours a day in emergent cases. Police, mobile crisis or victim assistance workers can help victims apply for an EIO. These orders are effective upon notice to the abuser, and remain in effect for as long as the Justice of the Peace directs. EIO can restrain the abuser from contacting with or communicating the victim or victim’s family. Provides the victim exclusive occupation of the home so they are not the one to leave, among other things.
Victim’s Assistance Order is very similar to the EIO except it deals with non-emergency situations. This can also order financial compensation from the abuser for losses suffered as a result of the domestic violence.
Domestic violence and emotional abuse are behaviors used by one person in a relationship to control the other. Although both men and women can be abused, most victims are women. Children in these homes know about the violence, even if a child is not physically harmed, they may have emotional and behavior problems as a result of being exposed to the behaviors and actions. If you are being abused, you are not alone. It is not your fault. Help is available.
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