This unit is only available to Tasmania Police recruits/professionals.
This unit provides knowledge and direct practice of operational conflict management strategies and defensive and restraining tactics used in police interventions to de-escalate and resolve conflictual situations in a variety of contexts. "Use of force" principles and concepts - including the "reasonable force equation" and the "force continuum" - are examined. Tactical options and risk assessment measures used when approaching, restraining, searching and detaining suspects and offenders - including those who are violent and/or drug/alcohol intoxicated and those who are situated in an intercepted motor vehicle - are taught. Integrity issues associated with the "excessive use of force" are analysed.
|Unit name||Social Conflict Resolution B|
|College/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Social Sciences
|Discipline||Policing and Emergency Management|
|Coordinator||Doctor Romy Winter|
|Available as an elective?||No|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- The skills, judgment and resolve to effectively and safely respond manage and resolve violent or potentially violent incidents with a minimum amount of force.
- You will understand the concepts of de-escalation and the force continuum and be able to identify and interpret the legislation, policy and procedures that provide the relevant guidance and apply this to your practice.
- You will be proficient at using a range of skills to avoid confrontation and conflict.
- You will be able to recognise risk to yourself and others and apply appropriate strategies to reduce that risk.
- You will understand the link between theory and practice, and draw on a range of theories and knowledge to reflect on and refine their practice.
- You will demonstrate a growing understanding of how the values of integrity, accountability and equity are, and can be, embedded in practice.
- You will be able to identify the relevant accountability measures, eg: reporting, locate the sources of guidance for these measures and apply this guidance to the required procedures and the production of accurate and reliable records.
- Communicate knowledge and research/investigation related to the subject matter in an ePortfolio (eWorkbook).
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