Description

Obtaining sensitive information and intelligence can sometimes run counter to human rights, including the right to privacy. It is therefore very important to understand the importance of this right to privacy as a human right. Through this module, security professionals will understand the links between intelligence activities and human rights, master exceptions such as the collection of public data, and recognize prohibited intelligence activities.

1 hour

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Understand the importance of the right of private life
  • Master the exceptions (e.g. collection of publicly available information)
  • Know the prohibited intelligence activities

Modules

  1. Context
  2. Report: the right to privacy in the digital age
  3. Private Security

Key Points

  • LPSP
  • Human Rights
  • IHL
  • Privacy
  • Digital Era
  • Intelligence Activities

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Description

This module enables security professionals to understand and master the legal standards and procedures governing arrest and detention, and the good practices to be applied when dealing with so-called vulnerable persons. Understanding the legal standards relating to arrest and detention helps to reduce, avoid, or prevent any form of human rights violation.

2 hours

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Understand laws and good practices relating to arrest and detention
  • Be familiar with procedures to ensure a professional and law-abiding manner
  • Recognise the special needs and treatments of certain groups (including women and children)

Modules

  1. General Behaviours
  2. Arrest/Detention
  3. Powers and authority of law enforcement agencies

Key Points

  • Torture
  • Prisoners of War
  • Combattant
  • Behavioural Danger Signs

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Description

This module enables security professionals to understand and master the legal standards and procedures governing the search and seizure phase, and the good practices to be applied when dealing with so-called vulnerable persons. Mastery of the legal standards relating to search and sequestration can reduce and prevent any form of human rights violation.

1 hour

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Understand laws and good practices relating to arrest and detention
  • Be familiar with procedures to ensure a professional and law-abiding manner
  • Recognise the special needs and treatments of certain groups (including women and children)

Modules

  1. General Behaviours
  2. Search
  3. Sequestration

Key Points

  • Sequestration of Property
  • Search
  • Prohibition
  • LPSP

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Description

This module equips security professionals with the tools and knowledge to implement these strategies in the field, enabling them to use force while respecting human rights and reducing thus legal risks. When an incident occurs, security professionals need to know how to apply the Graduated Response model to apply an appropriate and responsible solution.

2 hours

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Understand and apply the Graduated Response model during incidents
  • Know the de-escalation strategies and communication skills for each threat level, as well as their limits
  • Understand and apply the human rights principles that guide the use of force

Modules

  1. General Behaviours
  2. Use of force
  3. Use of force and IHL

Key Points

  • Use of Force
  • IHL
  • Distinction
  • Proportionality
  • Precaution

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Description

This module provides security professionals with useful tools for recognizing signs of dangerous behavior and identifying possible threats. They learn how to manage verbal and physical aggression and how to positively influence a critical situation. Communication and de-escalation strategies are essential for security professionals whether for conflict, risk, or people management.

2 hours

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Master and employ de-escalation strategies and skills
  • Recognize behavioural danger signs
  • Understand how behaviour influences the outcome of critical situations

Modules

  1. General Behaviours

Key Points

  • De-Escalation Strategies
  • De-Escalation Measures
  • Communication Skills
  • Behavioural Danger Signs

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Description

This module enables security professionals to understand the importance of knowing how to interact with the local population to build a relationship based on trust and ensure the quality of security and protection services that need to be provided. Security professionals acquire the tools and practices necessary to reduce tensions and incidents during different interactions with the population.

2 hours

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Master how to treat the surrounding community with dignity
  • Understand how good practices reduce incidents
  • Understand how to build good relationships with local community

Modules

  1. General Behaviours
  2. Interactions with local communities
  3. Security Risks

Key Points

  • Organizational and Individual Security
  • Interaction with local communities
  • Security Risks
  • Engagement with Stakeholders
  • Interaction with Public Safety
  • Dignity Respect

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Description

This module trains security professionals to master the regulations governing the conduct of hostilities and to recognize direct participation in hostilities, to protect them from possible human rights abuses during their activities and missions, and to maintain ethical conduct and responsible practices. They will also be trained to recognize human rights abuses and to master responsible security practices.

3 hours

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Recognize direct participation in hostilities
  • Recognize human rights abuses
  • Master responsible security practices

Modules

  1. Introduction
  2. Direct participation in hostilities
  3. Weapons management

Key Points

  • LPSP
  • Corporate Responsibility
  • IHL
  • Direct Participation
  • Weapons Management
  • LOAC

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Description.

This module aims to train security professionals in the basics of human rights and international law and to help integrate what is the responsibility of the hierarchy. A high level of reactivity in the face of incidents implies a high command requirement. Security professionals will understand the importance of giving clear orders that are respectful of human rights, and the responsibility to correct and punish illegal behavior.

4 hours

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Understand key human rights standards
  • Understand the requirements for command and control of responses to incidents
  • Know how to give clear orders that are respectful of human rights standards
  • Be aware of the responsibility to correct and punish illegal or inappropriate behaviour by subordinates

Modules

  1. General Behaviours
  2. Responsibilities of the security team
  3. Document de Montreux

Key Points

  • Individual Criminal Responsibility
  • Responsibility of Superiors
  • Hierarchy and Order of Law

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Description

This module imparts knowledge related to the responsible management of incidents and conflicts, the rapid and effective reporting of an incident, and the procedures to be followed before, during, and after an incident. Security professionals will recognize human rights and international laws governing the behavior to be adopted and maintained in the management of incidents and conflicts.

3 hours

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Understand and apply human rights principles governing the behaviour of security personnel
  • Understand the procedures to be followed before, during and after the use of force
  • Recognize the importance of prompt and accurate reporting of incidents

Modules

  1. General Behaviours
  2. Reporting of Incidents and Accidents

Key Points

  • Incidents
  • Accidents
  • International Code of Conduct
  • Incidence Rsponse

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Description

The notions of security, protection, responsibility, and human rights are at the heart of the activities and missions of security professionals. Good security management must be carried out with defined procedures and standards. This module aims to impart the rules and standards that govern responsible security management and the necessary knowledge of the legal risks involved in case of human rights abuses.

1 hour

 

 

 

 

Goals

  • Understand the key human rights that apply to security personnel
  • Understand the link between security management and human rights
  • Be aware of the repercussions of the PSSA on the provision of security services

Modules

  1. Human rights
  2. PSSA FIELDS OF APPLICATION AND CONCEPTS Training requirements for military and private security companies

Key Points

  • PSSA
  • Human Rights
  • International Humanitarian Law (IHL)
  • International Repression Mechanisms

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