The Santa Fe College and High Springs Police Departments will train together @ SF College this week in high-stress scenario based training. It involves law enforcement officers being presented with realistic and potentially dangerous and threatening situations in a simulated environment. This professional development emphasizes accurate but timely decision making, options, judgement, and use of skills and force.
When: Thursday – By invite only 1-3pm
Time reserved in a 30 minute increment (1, 1:30, 2, or 2:30pm)
Where: Santa Fe College Northwest Campus, 3000 NW 83 Street, Gymnasium Building V, Room V-14
The training and equipment is being provided in partnership with the Newberry High School Academy of Criminal Justice using the MILO system (Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives). Training will be coordinated by Academy Director Patrick Treese, a High Springs Police Department Reserve Officer with Santa Fe College