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Law Enforcement, Use of Force, & Department Procedures.
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Continuing to serve the community and law enforcement:

Ken Wallentine Chief, West Jordan Police Department Chair, Salt Lake Valley Officer-Involved Critical Incident Investigation Protocol Board

"We brought the CIR Enhanced Force Investigations & Cognitive Interviewing course to our area to strengthen the knowledge and skills of our Salt Lake Valley Officer-Involved Critical Incident Investigation Teams. The response was outstanding. Our already-skilled investigators gained deeper understanding of the cognitive interview technique, improved the comprehensiveness of our investigative scope, identified issues in applying human factors and confronting assumptions in the investigative process. Moreover, the teams learned together, under the direction of superb instructors, promoting an even more cohesive and effective team effort. I highly recommend this certification course."

Major Carlos D. Gonzalez Director of the Miami-Dade Public Safety Training Institute CEO of Blue Theory, LLC

Miami-Dade contacted CIR to bring the “Enhanced Force Investigations and Cognitive Interview Certification Course to our department, Jamie Borden and Paul Taylor proved to be credible and incredibly effective as instructors. The feedback was exceptional and the information has made a significant difference in our officers’ understanding of the subject matter. In my opinion, this should be a standardized course for law enforcement across the United States.

In my near 30-year career as a law enforcement officer, I have trained thousands of people from around the country and internationally. My experience has taught me that credibility and the ability to provide information in a relatable manner is invaluable in the process of teaching others. Naturally, it is important to me to work with and learn from others who possess both of these attributes.

Chief Scott Hughes Hamilton-Township, Ohio

Last week, C.I.R. taught “A Street Cop’s Perspective on Critical Force Dynamics and Human Factors” at my agency. Let me tell you…In my twenty-plus years in law enforcement, this was the most informative course that I have attended. In today’s environment, it is imperative that law enforcement officers – of all ranks – understand how the physiological and cognitive factors impact performance, perception, and behavior. This class should be mandatory training for EVERY police officer in America – especially if you are investigating use of force cases. I highly recommend this course, and I am looking forward to more training presented by Critical Incident Review!
Available Courses
06 June 2024
Uncategorized
Use of force - Policy Considerations: Policy as Conceptual Guidance: • Provides overarching principles, values, and objectives to guide decision-making. • Focuses on setting a framework and direction for actions and behaviors. • Emphasizes the organi...
27 March 2024
Video Review and Examination
Analysis of Force Through Video Review and Examination  General Perception Issues; Analysis of Force Through Video Review and Examination The phenomenon where an officer involved in a critical incident may perceive a weapon where there is none, ...
27 March 2024
Video Review and Examination
Looming Effects Related to Visual Principles and the Effects on Video Review and Examination  Enhanced Force Investigations; Cognitive InterviewCourse: Click Here Force Analysis: Video Review & ExaminationCourse: Click Here Looming Effects R...
21 March 2024
General Force Investigations
Click on the image above to see the conversation; Danny and Jamie have a brief discussion about where to begin in the development of foundational expertise in police use-of-force cases. Join us for our Enhanced Force Investigations Course or our Forc...

The CIR Team has logged thousands of hours of continued and focused education in the field of Human Behavioral Sciences as it relates to law enforcement and has also logged thousands of hours of documented instruction time with multiple law enforcement entities as instructors, lecturers and authors.