Security & Public Safety Training Institute





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Uploaded on Aug 4, 2009


My name is Brian Jones and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our training school. Security & Public Safety Training Institute, a Texas Private Security Bureau licensed training school, offers all aspects of training for your security company and its officers including: PSB Level I, II and III, ASP Baton Basic, O/C Pepper Spray, TASER M26 and X26 and 1st Aid/ CPR/AED. For those not in the security industry, we now offer NRA Basic Pistol certification and Texas Concealed Handgun courses. You can feel comfortable in the knowledge that when you send your officers to SPSTI, they will have the most current training available, and will be trained to your expectations and our high standards.

Texas does not really mandate what training a security or bail officer needs to have in order to carry anything other than their firearm. Therefore, security and bail officers are carrying intermediate defense weapons without any type of training or knowledge besides what they read and what they see on TV. This increases both yours and their liability. My school is in existence to change that. To offer training to those people who are out there as the first line of defense. To give them the same training and knowledge that is normally reserved for our law enforcement counterparts. Training can be held at your facility or ours. Agency hosted training sessions, multiple course enrollment and student referrals will receive a 10% overall discount. We thank you in advance for allowing us to introduce ourselves to you, and look forward to taking care of you and all of your future training needs.


The Training Staff of SPSTI

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