on-demand webinar

New California Use of Force Laws - 5 Things You Need to Know

James Tacchini

Sergeant,
San Francisco
Police Department

Jason Louis

Sergeant,
Ventura County
Sheriff's Department

Scott Savage

Founder and Current LEO
New use of force laws have dramatically changed policing in California. Unfortunately, many officers are confused on how these new laws affect them and their ability to perform their duties. Our instructors walk you through the top 5 things you need to know.

What's included?

  • The specific changes you should make because of AB392
  • The new requirements before you use deadly force on a fleeing felon.
  • What the laws specifically say about de-escalation (and what you are supposed to do)
  • How the New Laws Affect Use of Force Investigations
  • The Carotid Restraint

On-Demand Training

This webinar recording is  broken up into 7 easy to understand chapters that you can move through at your own pace. 

Protect Yourself and Your Agency

California law enforcement officers have entered a new era of liability. Make sure you understand the liability pitfalls in the new laws. 
This is an on-demand course. Students can move through the chapters at their own pace. The total run time of the videos in this course is approximately 2 hours. However, the course also contains materials for the students to read, so the total time needed to complete the course will vary.
Meet the instructors

James Tacchini & Jason Louis

Sergeant James Tacchini is a full-time use of force investigator with the San Francisco Police Department. He specializes in officer involved shooting investigations.
Sergeant Jason Louis is a full-time training sergeant with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office. He recently completed an exhaustive study of new California laws.
Patrick Jones - Course author
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