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Boerne Police Department

100 Club of Kendall County | The C.A.L.M. Approach®

The C.A.L.M. Approach® is a comprehensive program designed to provide law enforcement a practical skillset they can exercise when dealing with open, empty-handed force encounters; skills that encompass proper communication strategies, sound decision-making, and lifesaving medical considerations.

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100 Club of Kendall County | The C.A.L.M. Approach®
100 Club of Kendall County | The C.A.L.M. Approach®

Time & Location

Aug 15, 2023, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM CDT

Boerne Police Department, 124 Old San Antonio Rd, Boerne, TX 78006, USA

About the Event

The C.A.L.M. Approach® was created by a retired San Antonio police officer with over 27 years on the force in close concert with a 24-year defensive tactics instructor, a Board-certified emergency medicine doctor with decades of experience, and a Board-certified psychologist with nearly 20 years in the field.

This FREE grant-funded training is made available by the 100 Club of Kendall County and is open to all Kendall County first responders.

C.A.L.M.® incorporates four basic principles that serve as essential tools for today’s progressive law enforcement agency:

Communication

Active Physical Control Maneuvers

LRR™

Minimization

This approach is designed to provide officers a practical skill set they can exercise when dealing with open, empty-handed force encounters; skills that encompass proper communication strategies, sound decision-making, and lifesaving medical considerations. This methodology underscores the need to avoid physical confrontation whenever possible; however, should such confrontation be unavoidable, this concept provides critical direction to increase the safety of everyone involved, including the subject(s).

Training also includes a newly designed, medically-approved recovery/restraining position, the LRR™. Subject(s) can be placed in this position when they have been involved in a violent physical encounter or are under the influence of a drug. The LRR allows subject(s) to recover more effectively thus increasing survivability while still giving officers a positive control technique.

This 8-hour training encompasses both an interactive classroom portion and a physical, hands-on element. C.A.L.M. certification is achieved upon successful completion of this training. 

For information on how your department can receive this training, please visit www.thecalmapproach.com or contact us at info@con10gency.com.

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    This FREE grant-funded training is made available by the 100 Club of Kendall County and is open to all Kendall County first responders.

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