Addressing The Entire Spectrum Of Human Conflict

Principles Of Subject Control II

Principles of Subject Control (POSC) II

Learning Objectives

POSC I is a prerequisite to POSC II

By the end of the 5-day POSC Instructor II course, the student should be able to do each of the following:

General

Must be able to perform all of the Learning Objectives from the POSC Instructor I course

Uphold the course social contract

Continue to nurture an emotionally safe performance-driven instruction environment

State personal expectations for the course

Verbalization Skills

Continue to utilize Verbalization Skills with advanced tactics

Psycho-Motor Skill Development

Conduct advanced technique Tactical Warm-up and cool down exercises

Conduct advanced technique Stance and Movement, Ground Defense and Power Development drills

Intervention Options

Perform a Wrist Lock Compliance Hold to control a resistive subject while utilizing verbal direction

Perform Pressure Point Compliance Holds to control a resistive subject while utilizing verbal direction

Perform a 2 person Hug Yourself decentralization as a Control Alternative

Perform a 2 person Lower Your Center decentralization as a Control Alternative

Perform a Pull In / Push Down decentralization as a Protective Alternative

Perform a Modified Pull In /Push Down or Shoulder Lock decentralization as a Protective Alternative

Perform a Hug yourself decentralization as a Protective Alternative (after partner is incapacitated)

Perform a Lower Your Center decentralization as a Protective Alternative (partner is incapacitated)

Perform a Secure the Head decentralization as a Protective Alternative

Perform a Vertical Stun on a (simulated) violently resisting subject

Perform each of the Focused Hand Strikes on a (simulated) actively resistive or combative subject

Perform each of the Focused Leg Strikes a (simulated) actively resistive or combative subject

Perform a Diffused Strike to incapacitate (simulated) a violently resisting subject

Utilize the Defensive Chair Tactic as an Impact Weapon to impede a subject (simulated)

Utilize a Baton as an Impact Weapon to impede a subject (simulated)

Follow Through Considerations

Place a wall stabilized subject into handcuffs

Demonstrate stabilization of a prone (bed or floor) subject’s arms, head and legs

Place a prone stabilized subject into handcuffs

Transition a prone subject in handcuffs to a sitting then standing position and then escort

Transition a supine stabilized subject to a prone stabilized position

Transition a prone stabilized subject to a sitting Escort Position stabilization

Demonstrate Monitoring / Debriefing tactics

Demonstrate Searching tactics

Demonstrate hands on Escort Procedures