What is P.R.O.M.P.T.

Our mind is the engine of all the fundamental aspects of the life of each individual, just as for a police officer it can represent the great difference between life and death.

The P.R.O.M.P.T. has the great objective of focusing its efforts on the aspects that are defined as the “police fundamentals”. Each student will have the opportunity to experiment, analyze and learn the necessary tools that are crucial to perform their operational functions in the best possible way.

Institutions sometimes differ in the ways and techniques of operation, all of them based on extremely useful experiential and statistical foundations, in this case, in addition to “refreshing” and analyzing the different techniques, we want to focus on the fundamental operational responses, in the Mind. – asset of each officer in such a way that he has the possibility, following the training given, to learn the concept of “Do It Right”. This means that the student himself must face himself and be able to manage situations of high level of stress and pressure, understanding what is the most correct way to achieve the objective he wishes to achieve. In a scenario like this, the instructors take a different figure, rather than “instructing” the operators, we identify ourselves more as “facilitators” and the scenarios (the real heart of the activity) are used by the participants to confront themselves, with the way it has been done up to that point and replace it with better actions.

Police response, operations management, patrols and techniques means exactly this: police operational response, daily operations management, patrolling and related techniques.

Police Response

The fundamentals of police activity, before any specialty or special operation, every policeman must have known the reactions and a level of care that makes you fit for law enforcement service.

Before being a specialist, a police officer is, above all, a police officer and as such must be capable of acting.

Police activity is very complex and articulated, where actions are usually in rapid succession and where each operator must act with maximum speed and millimeter precision. Every agent has the duty to guarantee the law and the security of the citizenry, as well as the right to be able to return home safely. The police response must, therefore, incorporate aspects related to the protection of citizens and the law, through continuous and constant training and with a high level of security and focus, so as to minimize the percentage of injuries or homicides of the operators.

Operation Management

The importance of managing operational situations. Each policeman, in addition to the various operational techniques, must have the possibility and the ability to handle low and high risk situations, with special emphasis and emphasis on actions with apparent low risk.

The loss of focus, of the level of attention can represent the real danger for situations of daily operation for any operator. Training and updating constant, linked to the fundamental work on Active-Mind, are the key to making the response and operational management work.

Managing the situations that each operator will encounter in their operational life, allows them to assess risk situations, apparent and non-apparent, and decide in a few moments the best action to take. Every technique, no matter how effective it is, any equipment, no matter how sophisticated it may be, and every technological device, no matter how advanced, is useless if we do not have “mentally” trained operators to live, concentrate, manage and solve everyday situations.


Patrolling, control and prevention tasks. The ability to keep focus and attention high even in repetitive situations or habitual interventions.

The concept of “no routine interventions” is our main objective. Every intervention and even the mere fact of being on the street is, in itself, a high risk factor to be taken into account and managed correctly. When a police officer carries out his important work, many times he will have to deal with the total unpredictability of the situations for which he will be called to intervene, as well as the situations that could happen simply by “being there in that particular place”.

The concept of patrol is seen in a much broader way and is not limited only to those who “perform” patrol service. Each agent is, by the sole concept of representing that institution, a subject at risk and potentially an object of violence and aggression. This concept, linked to the mind-asset, is a fundamental factor to understand the concept according to which all policemen are constantly on patrol. Therefore, you must maintain that adequate mental operational response of fundamental importance.


Operational intervention techniques, the result of the field experience of all "facilitators" in different international operational contexts, are of fundamental importance to give the participant the possibility of "Do It Right", to do the right thing, to learn better techniques and to adapt to operational situations.

The better we know the different techniques, the better we will have the opportunity to correctly learn the one that best suits the security, tactical, national, political, legal and social context of the reality where we are going to operate.
The exchange of different operating techniques is the key to always being able to understand “how to do it better”. Are there unique and better techniques? We believe that it is not unique, absolutely better yes. There is always the possibility of improving existing techniques, applying a concept of openness and experimentation in protected contexts.
It is obvious and, of course, it is taken for granted that an operator cannot “experiment” with new techniques, refine them or improve them during operational activity, except at a potential cost, in our opinion, too high to accept. The operational scenarios, clearly protected contexts, have the fundamental purpose of experimenting and possibly learning new techniques, new mental assets useful to do “something better” than what was previously certain and surely was the best. It is better to be able to experience the fallibility of a certain operating technique in a controlled context, where the damage is low, compared to operating in that failure mode in operational contexts where the cost could be the same as the life of the operator.


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