Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : May 11th 2015 Contents Key Elements of Programme:
Incident Command Systems for Single and Multiple Incidents
Managing Dangerous Situations
Approaches to Dangerous Scenes
Securing a Scene, Communications, Setting-Up
Perimeters, Preparation for Perimeter Searchers
Local legislation and policies
Conduct of Area Searches, Searching
of Buildings, etc.
Police officers, security officers, defence force personnel,
supervisors and managers of responding officers
and interested members of the public.
About Miami Dade College:
Trains over 175,000 students annually
The largest institution of higher education in the US
About MDC's School of Justice:
Offers degree & certificate programs in various areas
of public safety, including fire, police, corrections
and private security
Joint Certificate from Miami Dade College School of
Justice and Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety
for Security and Public Safety
Lunch and Refreshments
FACING DANGEROUS SITUATIONS
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
MAY 15TH 2015
THURSDAY MAY 21 --
SATURDAY MAY 23, 2015
MARACAS CONFERENCE ROOM:
BUREAU OF STANDARDS, MACOYA
Captain Manuel Arrebola
has been an adjunct instructor at
Miami Dade College for over 25
years. He boasts experience in Rapid
Response Training, Incident Command,
SWAT and Defensive Tactics. He has
30 years experience as a Law
Enforcement Officer and has delivered
training in Brazil, Dominican Republic
and the Bahamas.
TACTICS AND STRATEGIES FOR RESPONDING OFFICERS
Officers in their line of duty face a range of dangerous and threatening situations. They must be adequately prepared and trained
to respond appropriately to such situations. Officers may be responding to robberies, break-ins , shootings, emergency alarms,
domestic violence, community protests, etc. This course empowers Responding Officers with the necessary tactics and strategies
using international and local standards. Participants will experience hands-on training on all areas.
Scenario-Based Training - Practical Training of all techniques taught
This is the 2nd collaborative training with the
Miami Dade College School of Justice and the
Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety.
The first was on "The Use of Force".
Windows 10 is going to be the last
major revision of the operating sys-
Jerry Nixon, a Microsoft development
executive, said in a conference speech
this week that Windows 10 would be
the "last version" of the dominant
His comments were echoed by
Microsoft which said it would update
Windows in future in an "ongoing man-
Instead of new stand-alone versions,
Windows 10 would be improved in reg-
ular instalments, the firm said.
Mr Nixon made his comments during
Microsoft s Ignite conference held in
Chicago this week.
In a statement, Microsoft said Mr
Nixon s comments reflected a change
in the way that it made its software.
"Windows will be delivered as a serv-
ice bringing new innovations and
updates in an ongoing manner," it said,
adding that it expected there to be a
"long future" for Windows.
The company said it had yet to decide
on what to call the operating system
beyond Windows 10.
"There will be no Windows 11,"
warned Steve Kleynhans, a research
vice-president at analyst firm Gartner
who monitors Microsoft.
He said Microsoft had in the past
deliberately avoided using the name
"Windows 9" and instead chose Win-
dows 10 as a way to signify a break
with a past which involved successive
stand-alone versions of the operating
However, he said, working in that
way had created many problems for
Microsoft and its customers.
"Every three years or so Microsoft
would sit down and create the next
great OS ," he said.
Microsoft has developed the
HoloLens augmented reality system for
use with Windows 10.
"The developers would be locked
away and out would pop a product
based on what the world wanted three
Microsoft also had to spend a huge
amount of money and marketing mus-
cle to convince people that they needed
this new version, and that it was better
than anything that had come before,
Moving to a situation in which
Windows is a constantly updated
service will break out of this cycle,
and let Microsoft tinker more with
the software to test new features and
see how customers like them, he
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