(1 Day / 8 Hours)

This program is designed to give jail personnel and correctional officers training for a forced cell extraction.  Studies conducted reveal that approximately 35% of injuries sustained by corrections and jail officers are a result of conduction of a forced cell move.  Although corrections officers are required to conduct a forced cell move on a limited basis, it is one of the most dangerous assignments an officer can be asked to perform.  Traditionally, officers have not been trained in a pre-planned or systematic method in which to perform the cell extraction. 

The goal of this eight (8) hour program is to better equip and prepare the corrections administrator/officer in implementing procedures and subject control tactics when responding to a “forced” cell extraction/insertion of an unresponsive prisoner.  The emphasis of this training program is to focus on developing systematic procedures which utilize a team approach when faced with a cell extraction which maximizes both officer and prisoner safety.