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Setting the Standard

with science-based training for law enforcement and public safety

Law enforcement and public safety officers of all ranks should have access to research-based and unbiased facts about the way use-of-force encounters unfold as well as techniques to employ in attempting to avoid the use of force. This scientific approach also benefits individuals and groups tasked with investigating or reviewing such incidents, including internal affairs units, review boards, and municipal politicians.

Force Science fulfills this need for psychological and physiological analysis of the demanding and often-controversial situations in which force is used, up to and including officer-involved shootings. Through a full slate listed below, Force Science puts its extensive research and experts’ contributions to practical use. These courses explain the scientific background behind high-pressure and rapidly unfolding encounters.

Course Offerings

Introduction to Human Dynamics and Conflict Resolution

2-Day Course

Force Science Certification

5-Day Course

Fundamentals of Realistic De-Escalation

1-Day Course

Realistic De-escalation Instructor Course

2-Day Course

Force Science Advanced Specialist

18-Week Course

Body-Worn Cameras

2-Day Course

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Programs

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Course Instructors

All Force Science Institute courses are taught exclusively by an impressive team of renowned experts who make up the elite Force Science Institute instructional team. These groundbreaking professionals, whose personal work directly impacts our understanding of the complex areas we explore will instruct on a wide variety of important dynamics that affect the analysis and investigation of force encounters and will lead to a new certification for investigators of force-related incidents.

  • Attorneys
  • Behavioral Scientists
  • Physicians
  • Psychologists
  • Other Leading Professionals

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Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM CT

1-800-526-9444
help@forcescience.org

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