Training

Professional Protection Corp meets the security needs of the community by providing training, background screening and the development of security officers.

The primary function of a Security Officer is to protect the assets of his or her client. At times, the Security Officer can be faced with critical decisions such as whether or not to detain an individual under certain circumstances, or make a lawful arrest, or “when to use necessary force to detain a citizen”. It is imperative for Security Officers to understand and follow these guidelines in order to remove liabilities from oneself, employer and /or the perpetrator.

Professional Protection Corp provides training for Security Officers in the following areas:

  • Powers & Authority
  • Authority To Arrest/Detain Under Indiana Law
  • Criminal Laws vs. Civil Laws
  • Use of Force
  • Protection of Persons
  • Protection of Property
  • Indiana Criminal Codes
  • Crisis Intervention for the Mentally Impaired
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
  • Firearm Training and Range Qualifications
  • Physical Security Controls
  • Surveillance Equipment
  • Access Control
  • Interviews
  • Field Notes
  • Report Writing
  • Bomb Threats
  • Communications
  • Public and Community Relations
  • Defense Tactics
  • Parking Lot Safety
  • Violence in the Workplace
  • Patrol Procedures
  • Narcotics and Alcohol Abuse Detection
  • Personal Protection (Bodyguard)
  • Security in Treatment Units
  • Handling the Disturbed Patient, Visitor or Employee