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It is astounding how versed Craig Geis is in the area of neuroscience and how it relates to human behavior.

Officer Tom UrsoAnaheim PD, CA

Force Encounters Analysis should be mandatory training for lawyers, administrators, and officers in the academy.

Officer Brett KlevosAnaheim PD, CA

One of the better courses I've attended in the 24 year law enforcement career.

Officer Dan HurtadoAnaheim PD, CA

LTC. Geis delivered relevant content that will aid in saving lives.

Deputy Chief Jeff VanceFederal Reserve Police

Great class for supervisors to help us understand the brain's physiology and its effects on human behavior.

Sgt. Dan RosenSan Francisco SO, CA

Craig Geis and David Blake are extremely knowledgeable in course materials.  Good visuals, both kept class engaged and provided real life stories relative to the course.  Both were also available and engaging during breaks for one-on-one questions and conversation.

Dispatch Supervisor Maria NeilsonSan Francisco Emergency Management Comm. Center

I will be utilizing the curriculum from this course in my work environment as a training coordinator and instructor, as well as in my academic pursuits.  I am planning to weave a lot of the scientific data and theoretical concepts into my dissertation.

Shannon Starzyk, TCContra Costa County SO, CA

An excellent class for law enforcement professionals who are assigned to internal affairs, force options, and critical incidents.  I will bring this information to the department FOS/LEDS PowerPoint presentations.  It is great information.

E. Molina, FOS/LEDSDE-TAC Trainer, Ventura County SO, CA

This course (Force Encounters Analysis) should be mandatory for Command Personnel and Risk Managers.

Det. Sgt. Daron WyattAnaheim PD, CA

This was one of the best and most relevant courses I've taken since attending the FBI National Academy.

Captain David BondLa Mesa Police Department, CA