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This two-evening course addresses low-light issues for law enforcement & governmental agencies that work in this environment and how agency instructors can train for them. Evening #1 starts with human factors and legal considerations. The class moves on to using hand-held and weapon-mounted lights before concluding with judgmental drills and practical application.
Evening #2 begins with a practical application exercise before shifting to patrol rifles in the low-light environment.
The class will emphasize the importance of target discrimination vs. target illumination. Also, the student will understand how ambient and direct lighting can hinder an officer's ability to see in low-light settings. After completing the course, the student will be able to demonstrate and employ hand-held and weapon-mounted light skills as well as being able to present this material to patrol officers.
This course addresses low light issues for law enforcement and how agency instructors can train for them. Starting with human factors and legal considerations, the Evening #1 concludes with judgmental drills and practical application. The class moves on to using handheld and weapon-mounted lights.
Evening #2 begins with practical application before shifting to patrol rifles in the low light environment. After completing the course, the student will be able demonstrate and employ handheld and weapon-mounted light skills with an understanding of how to present this to patrol officers.
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Sworn, L/E credentials
Equipment: 20gb thumb drive; note taking matrerials; duty pistol and
patrol rifle (with sling) each with three magazines; duty grade handheld
light; weapon-mounted lights are preferred but not required; duty belt
with appropriate holster, magazine pouches, and flashlight holder. You
will also need eye & ear protection, clothing (including gloves)
appropriate for the weather; Lunch, fluids and snacks.
Ammunition requirements pistol - 250 rounds, carbine - 200 rounds;