Security Training Programs

With the recent increase in workplace violence, gang activity and school shootings in the U.S., businesses, schools and community leaders are doing everything they can to be prepared; proper training is a big part of that. True Security Design teaches today’s modern professionals vital skills through courses designed to engage and empower its participants to serve with excellence and integrity. True Security Design is guided by the principle that the paramount responsibility of leadership is to prepare and mentor the next generation of leaders. Its Director of Training Services, Lt. Joseph Pangaro, is a highly-commended, 27-year police veteran with 12 years in the detective bureau and 7 years as lieutenant in charge of the training division.



  • Protecting your buildings; Threat Vulnerability Risk Assessments assess the latest safety equipment.
  • Evaluating the Active Shooter Drill; finding inconsistencies and unifying district procedures, deadly mistakes to avoid, coordinating with local police.
  • Developing a Threat Matrix and appropriate responses:
    • Profiling potentially dangerous students
    • Internal vs. External Threats
  • Creating a Threat Review Team.
  • Planning evacuation and reunification drills.
  • Writing policies on emergency responses.
  • Liability management and training documentation.
  • Identifying transportation security risks and evaluating transportation drills and procedures.
  • Crisis Intervention; teachers and support staff can learn techniques to diffuse and resolve a crisis situation, effective strategies to influence and communicate with the person in crisis.


Liability insurance rates can be reduced when a business offers yearly training for staff. Each course participant receives a certificate of attendance. Choose from the topics listed or call for a personalized program tailored to your particular needs.

  1. Supervision, Leadership and Mentoring
  2. Violence in the Workplace
  3. Sexual Harassment
  4. Business Ethics
  5. Active Shooter in the Workplace
  6. Presenting a Professional Appearance & Attitude
  7. Handling Customer Complaints
  8. Conflict Management & Diffusing Confrontations
  9. Effective Communication
  10. Making Presentations
  11. Employee Development Plan – Documenting Discipline & Performance
  12. Interviewing Skills


Law Enforcement

Police Departments require ongoing training to help hone existing skills or to teach newer and more effective techniques. True Security Design covers the following topics and can be tailored to your specific needs.


Supervisor Courses

  • Supervision, Leadership & Mentoring
  • Planning the Active Shooter Drill
  • Internal Affairs Investigation
  • Creating & Implementing an Employee Development Plan
  • Train the Trainer
  • Forming a Quality of Life Unit
  • Policy Writing

Investigator Courses

  • Narcotics Investigation
  • Criminal Investigation
  • Liquor License Investigation
  • Sexual Assault Investigation
  • Juvenile Investigation
  • Pre-Employment Background Investigation
  • Interview & Interrogation
  • Working with Informants
  • Working Undercover & The Tools of the Trade
  • Writing Search Warrants & Affidavits & Courtroom Procedure & Testimony

Patrol Courses

  • Building Successful Cases through Report Writing
  • Patrol Tactics
  • Advanced Street Interview Techniques to Uncover Criminal Activity
  • Investigation for the Road Cop
  • Crisis Intervention for the First Responder
  • Essential Patrol Updates, Domestic Violence, Search & Seizure and CUMMA Law
  • Tourism Policing
  • 1st Responder Interactions with the Special Needs Community

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