LEO Force Options and Lt. Salvador Moralez make the following services available to LEO defense attorneys and law enforcement agencies. For a free initial telephone consultation or for information on services, costs and scheduling please Contact Us.
Salvador Moralez provides professional law enforcement consulting services that, in part, include: a comprehensive case review and assessment of all documents, materials, video, audio, and complaint(s); a summary of all the relevant facts of the case; an evaluation of the propriety of police conduct based upon standardized law enforcement training and analyzed pursuant to generally accepted law enforcement officer training regarding the application of the United States Supreme Court Decision on Graham v. Connor; analysis of the course and scope of the law enforcement officer's actions; evaluation of an officer's discretionary versus ministerial functions; and an evaluation of the reasonableness of a law enforcement officer's actions.
Salvador Moralez also provides Expert Opinion/Expert Witness services on schedule and at a reasonable cost.
review of policies & procedures
Evaluates an agency's existing Use of Force policies and procedures and provides written recommendations based on the evaluation. The review and evaluation address key use of force definitions and issues as they accord to: case law; the Texas Penal Code, Chapter 9; the Texas Code of Criminal Procedures; Texas Statutes; and the application of the United States Supreme Court Decision on Graham v. Connor. The review also examines an agency's definitions and considerations in regards to the determination of reasonableness, what constitutes a threat, non-deadly force, deadly force, the components of reasonable techniques, and the law enforcement officer's cycle of responses (force options).
arrest & control tactics (act) training for law enforcement officers
ACT Training for Law Enforcement Officers begins with course work on Use of Force Theory. LEOs are introduced to: foundational ACT principles; the Triangle of Subject Attitudes; the Components of Reasonable Techniques; LEO Responses to Threats and/or Resistance; Pre-Incident Indicators; and the Law Enforcement Cycle of Responses. Following the theory comes the hands-on training of an integrated system of psychomotor skills designed to stop, control, and/or neutralize resistance and threats, and effectuate seizures. ACT furnishes the law enforcement officer with the use of force know-how requisite to articulating his or her response to resistance and/or threats, and the tactical skills necessary to protect citizens and themselves while in the performance of their duties and responsibilities. 40 Hours.