Personal and Public Safety Defensive Tactics |Personal Safety| Use of Force Consultation & Training| Workplace Violence Prevention.
Security 2J2 is a division of Fitness 2J2 Ltd. First Nations owned and operated, community based social responsible company. Based out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, providing services since 2011.
We provide training in virtually every area associated with personal and public safety, confrontation management, and assault prevention, dealing with workplace violence, force response, use of force, arrest and control tactics.
At 2J2 we train in a holistic approach that covers: Mental; Emotional; Spiritual and Physical. We are committed to improve safe and current training information and methods that are effective. 2J2 has reputable current and retired law enforcement and military trainers. Our training will ensure you have one of the most humane methods of defusing and controlling situations that occur in life.
2J2 can provide you and your organization with proactive strategies, tactics and techniques to manage and mitigate risk, to enhance physical safety and legal security. To increase employee confidence and competence in dealing with situations that may be high risk or confrontational in nature. We specialize in: Women’s and Youth Assault Prevention; Unruly Client/ Office Safety Management; Health providers and staff; Site planning and risk analysis. Potentially Violent Patient/Client Management Training. Security Guard use of force options, defensive tactics, hand cuffing. Casino Security Professionals and Loss Prevention Officer (LPO) Training. All training is thoroughly court-defensible and supportive of personal and organizational goals.
All training concepts have been pressure-tested in the real world and before the Courts in Canada. Your personal and organizational liability position will be greatly enhanced through 2J2. Albert Boucher, Leon Durette, and Joel Pedersen Defensive Tactic Instructors can be reached at 306-281-5338 or email to email@example.com
Personal Safety | Use of Force Consultation & Training | Workplace Violence Prevention Seminar’s and Training Options: Women’s and Youth Assault Prevention Designed specifically for women and youth wanting a usable skill set, and a greater sense of control in dealing with the challenges faced in today’s world.
Potential Violent Patient/Client Management Tactics Designed specifically for Hospital Security Staff, Health Care Workers, Victim Service Case workers. Review of Assaults on Health Care, Victim Service Workers. Health Care Professional Response Options. Identifying Patient, Client Resistance. Dealing with Confrontational and Aggressive Behaviour.
Casino Security Professionals; Security Guard and Loss Prevention Officer (LPO) Training. Designed specifically for LPO’s and Security Guard professions. Legal rights & responsibilities. Use of force options. Confrontation management. Empty hand control tactics. Defensive tactics. tactical handcuffing Disengagement tactics. Report writing. Authorized by the Saskatchewan Justice Department to provide instruction for Provincial Security Guard Certification; Use of force; Handcuffing; Less than lethal force options including pepper spray and baton.
Unruly clients/ Safety Management Designed specifically for retail; office and business environment; Public service industry providers. Pre-emptive threat assessment/recognition. Safety & security options. Confrontation Management Training Designed for the Corporate and Public Sector where clients may become aggressive and/or confrontational with the Service Provider’s: Real Estate Professionals; Probation and Parole Services; Transportation. Cyberstalking/harassment &information gathering. Managing aggressive & confrontational behaviour. Dealing with violence in the workplace.
Personal Safety |Use of Force Consultation & Training | Workplace Violence Prevention. Half day, full day and two day training options. Leon Durette; Albert Boucher; and Joel Pedersen Defensive Tactic Instructors can be reached at 306-281-5338 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org