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2019 Mock Prison Riot

 IRON OPERATOR CHALLENGE

Mock Prison Riot (Moundsville, West Virginia)

Train Together 

Fight Together 

Survive Together

DESCRIPTION - The C2 TTC/MPR Iron Operator Challenge is an individual physical fitness competition consisting of the following events:

Event #01 - Bench Press (body weight for repetitions)

Event #02 - Weighted Carry / Tire Flip

Event #03 - Towel Hang 

Each event will have its own unique scoring system. A description of each event to include scoring procedure is as follows:

Event #01 - Flat bench for repetitions (body weight)

  1. You will be weighted one day prior to the event. This weight will be rounded up to the closest 5lb increment. 

  2. A warm up period will be provided. 

  3. The lifter must lie on his/her back with shoulders and buttocks in contact with the flat bench surface. 

  4. His/her hands may grip the bar with a "thumbs around" grip or a thumb-less grip; a reverse grip is not allowed. 

  5. His/her shoes must be flat on the floor. This position must be maintained throughout the repetitions. 

  6. The head may be raised off the bench or move during the event. 

  7. In order for a repetition to count, the bar must be pressed to the full extension of the arms. 

  8. Heaving or bouncing the bar off the chest is not allowed. 

  9. The event staff will demonstrate the proper technique prior to the competition and will provide spotters. 

Event #02 - Weighted Carry / Tire Flip (90 seconds)

  1. The event will begin by grasping two weighted containers. 

  2. The participant will carry the containers a designated distance, placing them in a designated area. 

  3. The participant will retrieve a weighted dummy and move it to a designated area. 

  4. The participant will move to the tire and flip it the remainder of the designated time. 

Event #03 - Towel Hang 

  1. The event will begin by placing two hands on two hand towels placed over a pull up bar. 

  2. The participant will grip both ends of each towel. 

  3. The time will begin when both feet are freely hanging. 

  4. Time will end when one or both feet touch the floor. 

  5. Wrapping of the towel around one or both hands is not allowed. 

  6. Event staff will demonstrate proper technique prior to the competition. 

SCORING 

Event #01 Bench - each rep is worth one point 

Event #02 Weighted Carry / Tire Flip - each tire flip is worth one point 

Event #03 Towel Hang - each full fifteen seconds is worth five points 

Participant weigh-ins will be conducted at the C2 TTC booth between 0800 and 1300 on Tuesday, May 7th. 

A pre-competition meeting will be conducted: time and location TBA

Each event will be demonstrated to include the scoring system. 

COMPETITION PLACE AWARD WINNERS

FIRST PLACE - Glock 43 pistol provided by MT Arms LLC

SECOND PLACE - To be announced 

THIRD PLACE - To be announced 

FOURTH PLACE - To be announced

DATE:  Tuesday, May 7th, 2019

TIME: 1500

LOCATION: North Yard

COMPETITION LIMITED TO 25 PARTICIPANTS. ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST BE LAW ENFORCEMENT OR CORRECTIONS PERSONNEL.

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CELL EXTRACTION PROCEDURES COURSE

This course is compliant and directly covers the American Correctional Association (ACA) standards on cell extraction. This course is not endorsed by the ACA. 

SPECIAL PRICING FOR MPR: $450 per student

COURSE LENGTH: 32 Hours / 4 Days

                            8am - 5pm each day

DATE: May 1st - 4th, 2019, prior to start of the MPR

LOCATION: Moundsville, West Virginia

                  Classroom 3

A dynamic cell extraction course designed to address the needs of both the correctional administrator and cell extraction team member. This training will apply both intermediate and advanced tactics related to the resolution of inmates refusing to comply with lawful orders to exit their cells. Additionally, this course will discuss the use of crisis intervention members to gain inmate compliance before force is utilized will also be examined in depth.

Students will be introduced to the use of force associated with cell extraction, three-member compliance teams, individual team movement, chemical agent, less lethal and equipment overviews. Briefing – debriefing and completing proper cell extraction documentation will also be covered. The students will complete multiple force on force cell extractions and three-man compliance exercises, which will improve and enhance their skill sets.

New to this course: Students will receive an Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) user certification. This section will enhance the knowledge of students in the use and deployment of pepper sprays directly related to their use during cell extractions and compliance team deployments. Students will learn the essential facts about pepper spray, ways to carry and deploy it effectively, decontamination techniques as well as actual practice.

INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS:

  1. Students will be introduced to the use of force associated with cell extraction and three- member compliance teams.

  2. Identify staff responsibilities for cell extractions / three-member compliance teams and their equipment. 

  3. Describe the briefing procedures and its relationship to team member responsibilities.

  4. Conduct an inclusive debriefing and generate proper cell extraction documentation.

  5. Complete and / or critique a force on force cell extraction.

  6. Describe techniques utilized to gain inmate compliance without the use of force.

  7. Describe the techniques related to the proper use of Oleoresin Capsicum (OC)

EQUIPMENT LIST:

  • Law enforcement/Agency I.D.

  • Protective helmet

  • Body armor/cell extraction vest

  • Groin/neck protection

  • Chemical agent mask

  • Eye protection

  • Handcuffs with key and case

  • Leg irons

  • Suitable clothing for cell extraction training

  • Knee/elbow pads (recommended)

  • Note pad and pen

PLEASE CONTACT CGROVE@C2TACTICALTRAINING.COM TO RESERVE A SPOT IN THIS COURSE.

CELL EXTRACTION & THREE MEMBER COMPLIANCE TEAM STANDARDS WORKSHOP

An in-depth look at current techniques utilized in forced cell moves to include new procedures that lessen use of force occurrences.

This workshop will identify best practices as related to intervention teams and compliance teams prior to forced cell moves. When implemented correctly, these procedures can effectively reduce use of force occurrences, staff injuries, and overall liability. It will also review new American Correctional Association standards directly related to cell extraction and compliance teams. 

COURSE LENGTH: 1-2 Hours

COST: Free with Mock Prison Riot registration fee

ASSESSING YOUR CELL EXTRACTION & TACTICAL TEAM PROGRAMS WORKSHOP

COURSE LENGTH: 1-2 Hours

COST: Free with Mock Prison Riot registration fee

This workshop is directed towards correctional administrators and team leaders. 

 

Agencies, cell extraction programs, corrections tactical teams: no matter how big or small, unfortunately all operate inside their own bubble at all times. This bubble can open your agency to significant risk. Not only is it important to be aware of what the national standard is on a particular tactic or piece of equipment, but how it is being utilized in similar agencies. Our challenge to you is to get outside your bubble. 

Best practice and national standard assessments, either developed by yourself or conducted by an outside entity, can be invaluable. 

These assessments are intended to provide agencies the necessary verification and protection from litigation for tactical programs in today's world, and to identify strengths in performance as well as areas of concern. 

The goal of such reviews is to to enhance the capability and professionalism of the agency and its tactical teams. 

Talking Points:

  • National standards compliance 

  • Tactics 

  • Three member compliance 

  • Policy & procedures 

  • Lesson plans

  • Equipment 

  • Leadership 

  • Organization & structure 

  • Firearms 

  • Less lethal 

  • Documentation requirements 

  • Performance related tasks