PRIDE ASSET PROTECTION, INC.'s commitment to officer training is one of the major differences between our security officers
and those of our competitors. Our professional training department has developed an easily understood training program which
our officers can readily implement at your facility.
PRIDE'S training department is constantly updating our programs to keep up with the latest advances in the security industry.
These programs include basic subjects as well as those of a specialized nature which relate to a specific industry or type
of facility. These porgrams are designed to maintain the interest of our officers while providing them with the knowledge
to protect themselves and your facility. Classroom instruction, video, and other hands-on exercises are utilized to round
out our officer training program. This program includes but is not limited to -
(A) INTRODUCTION - A general orientation covering company philosophy and policy which stresses our dedication to delivering
quality security services to our clients, along with our companies' organizational structure and career
(B) DUTIES OF A SECURITY OFFICER - An overview of the duties and general responsibilities of the security officer; what
is expected of him/her, and how he/she is looked upon by the client and the general public.
(C) SAFETY HAZARDS AND FIRE PROTECTION - This program provides our officers with instriction to identify potential hazards;
outlines procedures to follow in various situations, an provides instruction for reporting them. Fire prevention and suppression
and control methods are emphasized, along with the various types of fires and the methods used to extinguish them.
(D) REPORT WRITING AND OBSERVATION TECHNIQUES - This area of instruction teaches an officer to be observant, and uses
several exercises to develop this skill. Emphasis is placed on observing and reporting accurate information, as well as what
should be included in a written report. Officers use PRIDE's Daily Activity Reports and Incident Reports, and are instructed
in the basic elements of reporting (Who, What, Why, When, Where and How) that should be included in every report.
(E) POWERS OF ARREST AND SPECIALIZED TRAINING - All officers must pass a powers of arrest module that delineates the differences
in a police officers authority and that of a security officer.
Specialized training is offered in optional baton, pepper spray, Taser, and exposed firearms training