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Suspect Apprehension Pursuits (v.4.0) Basic Refresher On-Line
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Adapted from traditional self-study components of the Ontario SAP Training program, Suspect Apprehension Pursuits Basic Refresher On-Line focuses on current pursuit regulations, techniques, and reality-based scenarios. Based on the Ontario Police Service Act's Suspect Apprehension Pursuits Regulation, this course will reinforce pursuit practices covered in the SAP training manual and will aid police officers, supervisors, and dispatchers in establishing appropriate procedures to safely prevent, manage, and/or terminate pursuits.
The Suspect Apprehension Pursuits Basic Refresher On-Line training course uses a variety of learning applications including high-quality animations, games, illustrations, and tutorials, to demonstrate techniques and explain course materials. This course can be utilized as a stand-alone training tool or as part of a blended training curriculum to meet the requirements of individual Police Services.
|Suspect Apprehension Pursuits (v.4.0) Basic Refresher On-Line training features enhanced graphics, interactivity, and video content. Essential content for this version does not significantly vary from v3.0.|
Upon completion of the course, learners will be able to:
- Understand the Suspect Apprehension Pursuits Regulation
- Define suspect apprehension pursuit
- Explain the three-part test
- Assess factors that may impact public safety in a pursuit
- Explain the importance of collecting vehicle and occupant identifiers before directing a violator to stop
- Explain the primary methods of violator stops that increase the likelihood that the violator will obey an order to stop
- Explain safety considerations when approaching a stopped vehicle
- Explain alternative stopping methods to prevent a pursuit from happening
- Maintain a perspective that will allow you to control the outcome of a pursuit
- Explain the responsibilities of team members and the importance of debriefing and reporting on pursuits
- Recall the techniques and technology used to terminate a suspect apprehension pursuit
Suspect Apprehension Pursuits Basic Refresher On-Line training provides essential information for all police officers who operate a police vehicle. It is also valuable to support personnel (e.g. dispatchers, supervisors) involved in pursuit actions. With a better understanding of police officers' roles and responsibilities during a pursuit, these individuals can provide more effective and timely assistance.
The Suspect Apprehension Pursuits Basic Refresher On-Line training course is a very effective method of achieving SAP maintenance training as recommended in Ontario's All Chiefs # memo 99-0100.
In the Province of Ontario, Section 13 of Ont. Regulation 266/10 (previously Section 14, Ont. Regulation 546/99), states that any police officer, dispatcher, communications supervisor or road supervisor that requires their INITIAL SAP training must, at least:
- Read the SAP training Manual and answer the questions in the back of the manual.
- View the OPVTA SAP training video.
- Complete the SAP consensus test followed by discussion with a facilitator.
- All persons that receive this training during the Police Vehicle Operations course during Basic Constable Training at the Ontario Police College also receive practical "hands-on" training.
In jurisdictions other than Ontario, Suspect Apprehension Pursuits (v.4.0) Basic Refresher On-Line will provide police officers and other support personnel with fundamental information on pursuit procedures and techniques. Please contact the appropriate authority regarding accreditation requirements.
Blended Learning Option
For further information on incorporating this course into an blended training program, please contact:
Ken Lester, Coordinator/Instructor
Police Vehicle Operations, Ontario Police College
Content for this course has been provided by the Ontario Police College.
Content Provider: Ontario Police College
Length: 2 hours
Release Date: 2007-01-22