Please call 530-491-1731, or 530-635-2265 if you wish to sign up for a class.  We will need a deposit and your information to save a seat for you for the class or classes you wish to take.  Classes are held at Security Code 3 at 1735 North First Street, Suite 104, San Jose, CA. 95112, San Francisco,  Woodland, and in Yuba City.  When you call and secure your seat the location, date, and time for the class will be solidified and directions will be e-mailed to you.  You will need to call to secure your seat for the class or classes you wish to take.  Training Manuals are supplied.


Firearms and baton training classes are conducted per the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services.  Geibig Protective Services has a licensed security academy.  Geibig Protective Services Training which Joe Puccio is one of the licensed trainers.  Firearms and re-qualifications are conducted in San Jose at Geibig Protective Services, and in Sacramento Valley, Woodland, and Yuba City.  Classes follow the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services Requirements and include an officer safety component. Officers must shoot the course of fire and qualify as per the guidelines of the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services standards.  All students are required to pass a written examination as well as the proper handling of a firearm and be able to show proficiency on the range shooting a minimum score of 200 out of 250. 

Baton instructions include a minimum of four (4) hours of classroom instruction and passing a written examination.  There is an additional four (4) hours of physical training where the student learns how to properly use the baton including blocking, swinging, and carrying.  The student must demonstrate the ability to properly use the baton in hand to hand combat.  

Electronic and chemical less than lethal weapons training sessions are based upon California Peace Officers Standards and Training requirements.  Officers must take the training and pass a written test showing they understand the laws, rules, regulations, codes, policies, and civil liabilities when deploying less than lethal weapons in a combat situation.

Handcuffing techniques are taught in hand to hand combat and the procedures taught are the same used by public safety peace officers.  Students must be able to receive four hours of lecture and four hours of hand to hand combat working with the instructors and a partner.  There will be some exercise during this type of training.

The general classroom training will consist of DVDs, lecture, power point, classroom discussions, handouts, and demonstrations.  Students are required to participate in all areas of the training and classroom discussion.  Written tests for some subject areas are required. 

All firearms and less than lethal weapons training requires the student to speak clear English and be able to write a report which must be grammatically correct.  If an officer or guard is required to use a firearm or less than lethal weapon, the officer or guard is required to write a report to the local law enforcement agency as well as to the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services.