CA Pepper Spray Training
This course is required by the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services and the State of California in order to legally possess and utilize OC, Pepper Spray, and other Chemical Agents while on duty, and allows you to purchase containers in greater than 2 oz.
This Course is 4 hours:
Students will learn the Legal, Moral, Ethical, and Safe deployment of the OC agents. Topics covered are legality, liability, and safe handling, deployment techniques, first aid and post contamination procedures. Contamination/Exposure Drill is not required to complete course. Public Safety Organizations and Departments may elect to have Contamination/Exposure Drills incorporated into course.
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COURSE FEE $70
Why Southwest Training Center?
TRAINING MEETS OR FAR EXCEEDS THE BASELINE TRAINING STANDARDS YOU WILL GET AT OTHER TRAINING CENTERS.
HAVING TRAINING WILL HELP YOU IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN COURT HAVING TO JUSTIFY YOUR EXPERIENCE.
NOTHING IS %100 PERCENT SAFE OR EFFECTIVE! LEARN HOW TO MINIMIZE YOUR LIABILITY AND MAXIMIZE SAFETY!
If you plan to use it, you should KNOW how to use it. Pepper Spray and other Chemical Agents are not a perfect 100% solution to all situations. In fact, when used improperly these devices can create a worse situation. Most device failures or serious risks are because of improperly or inadequately trained officers. Southwest Training Center can teach you how to maximize your effectiveness, minimize your risks, and help facilitate smooth and consistent application of the most iconic policing tool, the baton. If you are a Public Safety Organization or Department contact us for custom training packages. We can help you train for when it counts.
YOU MUST TRAIN FOR WHEN IT COUNTS.
Choosing Southwest Training Center guarantees you are training among the best in the industry.
“Chemical agents are among the most used and yet misunderstood policing tools in use today. OC can provide massive advantages to an officer who truly understands the importance of proper selection and deployment strategies of defensive sprays to maximize their results. “
Director of Training Operations
Southwest Training Center
Law Enforcement and Public Safety Training Division
“Train for when it Counts”