TRAINING THE PROTECTORS OF THE UNITED STATES
Controlled F.O.R.C.E. has been providing a low-liability method of defensive tactics and subject control training for the nation's Law Enforcement, Military, Corrections, and Security sectors since incorporating in 1997. Our unique ability to develop training curriculums and standardizations that integrate into existing curriculum has time and again exceeded expectations.
The Controlled F.O.R.C.E. Mechanical Advantage Control Holds™ (M.A.C.H.) based system establishes a national standard of Close Range Subject Control (CRSC) training and has been adopted into doctrine, training curriculum, and use of force policy at all levels of law enforcement, corrections, security, and military.
The Suburban Law Enforcement Academy (SLEA) at College of DuPage and Controlled F.O.R.C.E. now offer a 16-Hour in-service training program for Law Enforcement and Military K9 Working Dogs and Handlers. This program provides an overview of in-service training and fundamentals of strategies in apprehension work, narcotic detection, and explosive detection. Handlers and their K9s will be exposed to practical scenario-based training that will provide for continuing development and reinforcement of perishable skills. Read more >>>
Controlled F.O.R.C.E. is expanding on our dedication to Counter-Terrorism preparation by offering research and development expertise to Law Enforcement and Military K9 Working Dog programs. This new service, Controlled F.O.R.C.E. Working Dogs, offers students and clients with K9 training, K9 handler training, and fully tested and certified dogs. Read more >>>
United States National Standards of Training Association (U.S.N.S.T.A.) announces its 13th Annual Training Seminar that provides contemporary instruction in a variety of use of force topics. The event, titled 2012 Instructors Academy, will train departmental instructors, trainers, and training coordinators how to maximize their agency’s return on investment. Read more >>>
Controlled F.O.R.C.E. Mobile Training Team (MTT) delivers its Xtreme Corrections Program to Correctional Officers at Naval Consolidated Brig (NAVCONBRIG) Miramar on 13-17 February 2012. The MTT, including Instructors Tony Grano, Toby Flaget, and Jim Roncal, provided Reinforcement Sustainment Training to the Brig instructor cadre in order to maintain the Department of Defense (DoD) standard of Close Range Subject Control (CRSC) Corrections training established with Miramar Command Emergency Response Team (CERT) members in 2009. Read more >>>