Field Force Protective Services (FFPS) has developed  a proprietary training program that enables the company to begin the contract with personnel that are knowledgeable and up to date with all State and Federal laws, community posts orders and specific site training procedures.

The following is  training to be implemented at your site prior to and during our term as your security provider.

  1. INITIAL TRAINING: This training will take place at our office and will encompass most of the material included in our training manual. The officer will also receive computer training (If required) and will be tested in their ability to handle stressful situations and handle public relations situations as needed.
  2. POST-TRAINING PHASE I : One week prior to commencement, FFPS will send the  Account Manager to meet with the Property Manage/ Security Director. The meeting will occur at the site where training information will be reviewed and a custom training program in accordance with all the rules and regulations set forth by the client will be implemented.
  3. POST-TRAINING PHASE II: This phase will take place two days prior to the commencement of the post. The training will be held at the client’s site and the Property Manager/ Security Director will be asked to attend and say a few words on behalf of the Community/Facility. The attendees will include all officers, supervisors and the account manager  assigned to your post,
  4. POST-TRAINING PHASE III: After the first month of  service FFPS will have monthly meetings at the site with the officers. This will serve as continuing education for all officers and a review of new orders or changes that have been made per management request. All new staffing, due to turnover will go through the training beginning with number the initial training.


  • Proper Radio Communication
  • Responding To Bomb Threats
  • Interior Patrolling
  • Exterior Patrolling
  • Report Writing
  • Customer Service
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Crises Intervention
  • Use Of Force
  • Fire Extinguisher Use
  • Slip & Fall Documentation
  • Suspicious Vehicle And Suspect Approach
  • •Vehicle Safety
  • •CCTV Patrolling
  • •Alarm Response