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Combating Inmate Disturbance Plans

Combating Inmate Disturbance Plans

STL Joseph Garcia

High Risk Security Patrol training features Tactical SCBA Operations, High Risk Inmate Escort Ops, Less Lethal Combat Operations, ECOS Operations and a number of other critical operations. At the conclusion of the training course, these operators become your highly skilled security defense systems.

Be Proactive, not Reactive

The argument “we cannot afford a CERT Unit” is now irrelevant. Although not a substitute for a fully-qualified and equipped Cert Battle Unity, High Risk Security Patrol operations give agency a 24-7-365 roving security patrol unit.

As the headlines above demonstrate, inmate escape plans are increasingly sophisticated and even rehearsed. Unannounced and unpredictable “visits” from your facility’s certified High Risk Security Patrol unit can deter these plans and rehearsals, potentially curtailing gang fights, contraband movement and inmate mischievousness.

An ancillary benefit of HRSP units is that in many cases, your staff is overloaded with increasing duties and responsibilities. A roving High Risk Security Patrol unit can transfer from line officers a large part of their random, “other-duties-as-assigned” responsibilities.

Three Levels of Operations to Suit Your Facility’s Needs

Level – 1: Patrol Day shift capability

Level – 2: Day and Evening operational capability

Level – 3: 24 hours a day operational capability

Who Is A Member of a HRSP Unit?

The High Risk Security Patrol unit member has a highly professional appearance and a spotless conduct record. He/She represents the department and serves as an example to his/her fellow officers. They are meant to serve and not to be served. These operators:

  • Are in excellent health
  • Are highly trained and tactically proficient
  • Posses superlative IPC skills
  • Possess knowledge of SOP from front to back and back to front
  • Are well-groomed and mannered
  • Have no reported Use-of-Force incidents or violations

Take the Security of Your Facility to the Next Level

As you’ll see from the headlines above, our bosses – that is, administrators, legislators, and the public – are demanding that we be accountable for everything that takes place within our facilities. In short, it’s a new day for security operations.

Instead of spending a lot of money on fence lines, security cameras, and additional hardware, find out about US C-SOG’s High Risk Security Patrol operations course. Implement this cost effective and proactive program ands take your facility’s security to the next level.

  • Photo_user_blank_big


    about 4 years ago


    I have seen US C-SOG in action. They are HIGHLY trained, professional, and perform their duties to the max. I've been in the field for 31 years, and am not easy to impress, but once trained, these folks are very impressive. I'm lgad the C-SOG is there to move corrections patrols forward.

  • Pug_max600_max50


    over 4 years ago


    Inmates thrive on routine and that can be danger.

  • Photo_user_blank_big


    over 7 years ago


    I agree that in most situations the department would not be offered the funding to get one of these units put together. I am a member of a day and evening jail security patrol unit. We are a 670 bed facility and our teams are 7 days a week and the day team has 7 and the evening team has 7. We have just started and we are kind of developing it as we go. The team members are determining what goes and what we do. We have use of force training, gang training and other weapons training. You just have to work on the right people in the administrative ranks to get what you need. They aren't on the floor, we are. It take persistance and time.

  • Site113_logo3_max50


    over 7 years ago


    Good Article. However, as everyone knows, with high turnover and limited funding, it is hard for departments to get the approval for such units. Sadly, it would take a tragic incident to get the ball moving.

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