Security Training

  • D.C. 40 Hr. Armed Special Police Officer Course                                                   
  • Maryland 16 Hr. Handgun Permit Course
  • 8 Hr. Monadnock Expandable Baton (MEB) Certification                                          
  • 8 Hr. Handcuff Certification
  • Red Cross CPR and First Aid          
  • 8 Hr. O C Spray Certification    
  • DHS 40 Hr. Officer Training Course
  • DHS 64-80 Hr. Initial Training
  • DHS Supervisory Course     
  • DHS Security Manual and Resource Tool  (SMART Book ) Course
  • DHS 40 Hr. Initial Weapons (A-9) Course
  • DHS 8 Hr. Weapons Refresher (A-9) Course                                                                                              
  • All Renewals
     

 

                                                                                                             


Civilian Training

  •  Maryland 4 Hr. Firearm SafetyCourse (HQL)   

  •  40 Hr. Beginners Firearm Course    

  •   40 Hr. Beginners Shotgun Course              

  • Maryland 16 Hr. Concealed Carry     

  • D.C. 16 Hr. Concealed Carry   

  • American Red Cross CPR and First Aid                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

Red Cross CPR and First Aid

American Red Cross CPR, First Aid and AED courses are designed to give you the confidence to respond in an emergency situation with skills that can save a life. Whether you are a law enforcement or security professional, work with children, want training for employees, or simply want to know how to help someonein an emergency, Abraham Security & Training Services, Inc. has a course for you.      

  • Adult CPR                                                                                                                                                               

  • Infant and Child CPR                                                                                                                                         

  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Essentials                                                                                  

  • First Aid and Safety                                                                                                                                              

  • Comprehensive Red Cross CPR, AED Essentials, First Aid and Safety Course

                              

 
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Handcuff Certification :

Handcuffs are among the most often used tool by officers, yet training is severely lacking. Handcuff Studies show that over 67% of resistance by subjects occurs after the first handcuff has been applied. All too oftenthe result is injury and/or death to either the officer or the subject. This program teaches officers how to safely and successfully apply handcuffs on compliant and non-compliant subjects.

 

Monadnock Expandable Baton Certification:

This certification is a hands-on course which trains participants in operational use of the Monadnock tactical   baton which covers you for use of the ASP baton. The program is simple to learn and easy to understand. The techniques were designed to work effectively for all officers. The program provides carrying and drawing procedures, as well as striking techniques. These tactics are quickly learned, easily practiced and readily maintained long after the program is completed.

 
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OC Spray Certification:

The OC Spray Certification provides officers with information on the physiological effects, the use and the after use of oleoresin capiscum. The course will present principals, skills and techniques of understanding and using “OC”; control violent and aggressive behavior, reduce personal injury to officers, subjects, and the general public;  increase an officer's confidence in physically threatening situations; and reduce the exposure of civil liability of the officer and the employer for unnecessary of improper force used to control violent and aggressive people.

 

Handgun and Shotgun Course:

This course is designed to teach officers how to be safe, effective, and timely in the use of their firearms.  Mounting the weapon, ammunition selection, stress fire, shotgun-handgun transition, and maintenance are some of the topics covered during this training course. This course is also designed to enhance firearms skills of officers in responding to a sudden deployment of a handgun against them, weapons retention, stress fire, reloading, and officer safety skills.

 

H.R. 218 Law Enforcement Officer Safety Re-Qualification Course:

President George W. Bush signed H.R. 218, The Law Enforcement Officer’s Safety Act of 2004, which exempts qualified active and retired law enforcement officers from State laws that prohibit the carrying of concealed firearms. The Metropolitan Police Department Security Officers Management Branch has implemented a re-qualification course for retired Metropolitan Police Officers. This is a mandatory course that must be taken in compliance with H.R. 218. Items needed for the course are as follows: the firearm and holster that you wish to use and carry concealed, ammo (a minimum of 52 rounds), eye & ear protection, and target(s). Any or all of these items can be purchased or rented at the range.

 
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Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) Training For Protective Service Officers (PSO's) - 64-80 Hour Initial Training for Protective Service Officers (PSO's)

(Depends on contract or company)

Security Manual and Resource Tool (SMART Book) and hands-on requirement for Protective Service Officers (PSO) who work on government contracts. Candidates will learn about working on government contracts. Ethics and professionalism, communications, the law and the PSO’s authority to detain, use of force and search/seizure, patrolling, reporting writing and response procedures are covered. Additionally, access control, records and report forms, handling special situations like Code ADAM, terrorism, natural disasters, civil disturbances, hostage situations and sabotage/espionage will be learned by PSO’s. PSO’s will also receive certified training in defensive tactics, expandable baton, handcuffing, OC spray, and first aid/CPR/AED. A practice exam will also be given to help prepare PSO’s for the government provided exam. All certification courses and practice test must be successfully completed for a candidate to receive an Exhibit. The candidate will have to take the 50-question test, 8-hour orientation course, and attend the X-Ray Machine/Magnetometer certification course provided by the government before they will be recognized as a Protective Service Officer (PSO) depending on the contract assigned.

NOTE: A practice exam will also be given to help prepare PSO’s for the government provided exam. All certification courses and practice test must be successfully completed for a candidate to receive an Exhibit.

NOTE: The candidate will have to take the 50-question test, 8-hour orientation course, and attend the X-Ray Machine/Magnetometer certification course provided by the government before they will be recognized as a Protective Service Officer (PSO).

Tuition:

 
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DHS 40 Hour Tri-Annual Refresher Training for Protective Service Officers (PSO's)  

Refresher course required every three years to maintain eligibility as a Protective Service Officer working on a government contracts. Officers will receive refresher training and updated information based on the Security Manual and Resource Tool (SMART Book).  This course only covers the SMART book portion of training. If contract requirements have to be met in other areas, those courses must be taken as well to maintain eligibility. A practice test will be given and must be passed for a student to receive an Exhibit.

NOTE: A practice test will be given and must be passed for a student to receive an Exhibit

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DHS Supervisory Course                                                                  

Required training for all individuals in supervisory positions on government contracts. Supervisors or candidates will learn the duties and responsibilities of a supervisor on a government contract along with the contract requirements. Different methods and theories of supervision and how to be an effective leader will be covered in the course. Additionally, supervisors will learn about communications, discipline and motivating their employees. Lastly, supervisors will learn about scheduling for a government contract.


NOTE: Upon completion the supervisor or candidate will receive an Exhibit.

PREREQUISITE: Must be a current supervisor or moving into a supervisor position.


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DHS Security Manual and Resource Tool (SMART Book) Course 

DHS SMART Book Training Up to 40 Hours

The SMART Book requirement for Protective Service Officers (PSO) who work on government contracts. Candidates will learn about the working specifically on government contracts. Ethics and professionalism, communications, the law and the PSO’s authority to detain, use of force and search/seizure, patrolling, reporting writing and response procedures are covered. Additionally, access control, records and report forms, handling special situations like Code ADAM, terrorism, natural disasters, civil disturbances, hostage situations and sabotage/espionage will be learned by PSO’s.

NOTE: Practice test must be successfully completed in order for a candidate to receive an Exhibit.

NOTE: The candidate will have to take the 50-question test, 8 hour orientation course, and attend the X-Ray Machine/Magnetometer certification course provided by the government before they will be recognized as a Protective Service Officer (PSO) depending on the contract assigned.


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DHS 40 Hour Initial Weapons (A-9) Course                                                                                                  

DHS 40 hours Intitial Weapons Training (Does not include a qualification)

The weapons requirement for Protective Service Officers (PSO) who work on government contracts. Candidates will learn firearms maintenance, safety and handling, as well as familiarization with the weapons they are to be assigned on contract and become familiar with the A-9 Qualification course. Students must meet the minimum requirements half-way through the course of 185 or better and on the last day of the course of 200 or better to receive an Exhibit for completion of the course. A-9 Qualification must be taken with a company to be recognized as a qualified Protective Service Officer (PSO).


NOTE: Students must meet the minimum requirements half-way through the course of 185 or better and on the last day of the course of 200 or better to receive an Exhibit for completion of the course.

NOTE: This course does not include the purchase of ammunition.

NOTE: This course does not include the qualification. That must be done with an assigned weapon from a company employed.

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DHS 8 Hour Weapons Refresher (A-9) Course                      

DHS 8 Hour Weapons Refresher (A-9) Training

The 8-hour weapons refresher course required for Protective Service Officers (PSO) who work on government contracts that fail their semi-annual qualification. This course is a mandatory requirement prior to attempting to re-qualify on the A-9 Qualification course. Students will learn firearms safety, basic marksmanship and the step by step techniques for shooting the A-9 Qualification course. Students will receive an 8A Exhibit for successful completion of the course.

NOTE: Students will receive an Exhibit for successful completion of the course.

NOTE: This course does not include range fees, firearm and eye/ear protection rentals or the purchase of targets and ammunition.

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