We were founded on the idea that cognitive training based in the principles of neuroscience can dramatically improve officer safety, performance, and professionalism. Based on nine major principles of brain function, Cognitive Command engages the nonconscious brain, which is the part of the brain that almost all training methods ignore. The nonconscious brain, what we call the backchannel, not only guides thoughts and behaviors at a primary level, but also dictates thought and behavior during stress. Cognitive Command is the science of developing automatic thought to guide behavior, particularly in high-stress situations.
To greatly enhance officer safety and professionalism by using fundamental principles of neuroscience to train automaticity around perception, processing, and performance.
To help officers, teams, and organizations reach their maximum potential by enhancing the way they see, understand, and interact with their environment.
Cognitive Command Group, LLC was formed in 2016 by Dr. Jonathan Page, PhD and successful executive Chris Richardson. Cognitive Command is based on Dr. Page’s extensive research in cognitive neuroscience. His two decades of research on how stress impacts performance and how to overcome it led to the Cognitive Command approach to training. Cognitive Command has been implemented in a variety of law enforcement agencies and departments.
Preflexive, a sister company to Cognitive Command Group, LLC, applies the same neuroscience-based micro-training to ensure a safer work environment in industrial settings, construction sites, and in transportation.