ASP Integrated Baton, Restraint And Light Seminar

This Training Is Sanctioned By Armament Systems And Procedures (ASP)

For over 40 years, conducted on seven continents, in over 100 countries, Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP) is the largest manufacturer and the industry’s foremost suppliers of Tactical Batons®, Tactical Handcuffs™ and Performance Lighting to state and federal law enforcement in the world. The ASP Tactical Baton is the dominant intermediate force impact weapon in the law enforcement community. ASP training is the most widely utilized baton program in the profession. The techniques are universal. The curriculum is constant. The instruction is dynamic. Each officer completing ASP training will endure the most rigorous curriculum of its type in the world. This is a program for the street officer. Easy to learn. Effective when used. Defensible in court. ASP techniques are designed to work for all officers, not just those with a high level of physical skill. These are honest techniques with over a decade of experience and has been proven that they work on the street, not just in the ideal environment of a classroom or gymnasium. Simple to learn and easy to remember. ASP techniques will be used long after training has ended.

Prerequisites:

Participants must have a valid Utah Armed or Unarmed Private Security Officer License.

Course Requirements:

Fitness Criteria

  • No known heart or lung problems
  • No known bone or joint disorders
  • No history of back problems
  • Mouthguards are required

Preparation
Regular exercise is recommended in preparation, with focus on:

  • Wrist, elbow, and shoulder limbering and strengthening
  • Leg strengthening
  • Back limbering
  • Aerobics conditioning (fast walking, jogging, running, swimming, and bicycling)

Liability Release
A Release from Liability must be signed by each participant prior to the training program.

Participants must pass:

  • Written Examination
  • Physical Performance Test

ASP BASIC CERTIFICATION (ABC)
This field-level certification program is designed to acquaint participants with operational use of the ASP Tactical Baton, Tactical Restraints, and Performance Flashlights. The training includes basic portation (carrying) and presentation (drawing) techniques as well as defensive application procedures. Certification acknowledges that the individual officer met a competency-based standard of knowledge and performance.
This is a competency-based training program, mere participation does not guarantee certification. “ASP Certification is Earned NOT Given”.

Equipment Requirements:

Only ASP Equipment (Batons, Restraints, Flashlights) Will Be Used
No functional firearms, knives or other weapons, ammunition, or OC spray are allowed in the classroom or training area
If you do not have these required items you will not be able to attend this course

1. Each participant must wear the following type of clothing:
No jewelry will be worn during training including watches, necklaces, rings, etc.

  • Pants suitable for training (e.g., uniform/tactical) with belt
  • A sturdy leather belt or duty belt with belt keepers
  • Athletic groin protector (optional)
  • Shoes/boots that have good lateral and linear support (not running shoes)

2. Each participant must bring the following items

If you do not have these items you can purchase a complete ASP tactical setup – Baton, Handcuffs, Flashlight, and belt cases for each – in one value-priced bundle, including three FREE items.

Options Available

Optional / Recommended Items:

  • Red Gun or another plastic training firearm which is the same as your duty firearm
  • Duty Belt for equipment
  • Pen and paper to take notes in the classroom

Cost:

$200/person
Company/Agency rates are available for 6 or more participants

Cost includes the following items for each participant:

  • Training Manual
  • Certificate
  • ID Card
  • Information/Test/Waiver & Answer Sheet
  • Injury Evaluation Form
  • Lapel Pin
  • Mouthguard
  • Training Critique Form
  • Use of Force Card

Seating is limited. Participants/Agencies must register and pay at least 3 weeks prior to the scheduled course date.
This course must have a minimum of 4 students.
For safety, this course has a maximum of 10 students.

Contact Us to let us know you are interested. When the minimum number of participants has been met we will contact you to purchase this course.

Length:

16 Hours

Class hours are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm each day, with a total program length of 16 hours, unless otherwise noted. A lunch break and other breaks will be provided throughout the day. This is a physically demanding course, so participants are encouraged to bring what they need to stay hydrated.

Participants are on their own for lunch. It is recommended to bring food and snacks due to the limited time to leave for lunch especially depending on the training location.

Schedule:

Day 1:

  • Course Introduction
  • Fundamentals PowerPoint
  • Baton PowerPoint
  • TRAINING SESSION ONE
    Baton Training

LUNCH

  • Test Review
  • TRAINING SESSION TWO
    Baton Drills
  • Debrief Day 1

Day 2:

  • Restraint PowerPoint
  • TRAINING SESSION THREE
    Handcuff Training

LUNCH

  • Test Review
  • PowerPoint Flashlights
  • TRAINING SESSION FOUR
    Flashlight Drills
  • Written Test
  • Program Debrief and Evaluation

Location:

TBD Based on the number of Participants

Security Licensing / DOPL

Certification in this training program does not automatically authorize an individual to carry or use batons. It is the responsibility of the individual student to obtain permission from their agency or company to carry any less-lethal device and follow all laws.
The information contained within this training program may only be used by security officers while in the performance of official duties. Any unauthorized, illegal, or unethical use of the information in this training program is prohibited.
Although every effort has been made for this training course, manual, and related materials to be complete and accurate, it is impossible to predict, discuss or plan for every circumstance or situation which might arise in the course of training, or when encountering a resistive or aggressive individual. Each trainee assumes the risk of loss, injury, and damages associated with this training and the use of the information obtained through this program.
Therefore, the trainee must always take into consideration the trainee’s experience, physical abilities, professional responsibilities, agency procedures, legal requirements and the recommendations and techniques contained in this training course, manual, and related materials, before deciding which techniques should be used and under what circumstances.

Currently there is no state certificate or permit required for a security officer to carry a baton or handcuffs in Utah. However, most contract security companies as well as their clients have policies which require a security officer to obtain proper training and certification in the use of all less lethal devices and restraints such as Baton, Taser, OC Spray and Handcuffs before they can be carried or used by a security officer.
If a licensed security officer abuses and/or fails to use these items correctly, the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL) could file criminal charges against the security officer and revoke his/her license. You may also be terminated by your employer and open yourself, your employer and client to Civil lawsuits. You must be aware of the following:

58-1-501 Unlawful Conduct
(2)(i) Practicing or attempting to practice an occupation or profession regulated under this title beyond the scope of the licensee’s competency, abilities, or education”.

58-1-502 Unlawful Conduct – Penalty
(1) Unless otherwise specified in this title, a person who violates the unlawful conduct provisions defined in this title is guilty of a class A misdemeanor.

R156-63a-502 Unprofessional Conduct
(7) being incompetent or negligent as an unarmed, an armed private security officer or by a contract security company that results in injury to a person or that creates an unreasonable risk that a person may be harmed;
(8) failing as a contract security company or its officers, directors, partners, proprietors or responsible management personnel to adequately supervise employees to the extent that the public health and safety are at risk.