The Training Department is happy to announce 200 guards have been successfully trained in Managing of Resistant Behavior. Managing of Resistant Behavior covers nonviolent de-escalation techniques in a safe and productive way. The goal is to have all guards well versed in de-escalating stressful situations through talking. Guards learn about what it feels like to be in a crisis, the different stages of a crisis, and how to handle each stage. Guards also learn difference between a threat and venting. This training consists of lectures, role playing activities, case studies, observing recorded videos, and classroom discussions. RES CIC is very proud to have this as an integral part of its Use of Force training and part of our division’s culture.
“200 guards have been successfully trained in Managing of Resistant Behaviour.”