There are no upcoming classes scheduled for this course.
This class works through high-risk pedestrian and vehicle stop tactics. Day 1 covers human factors, legal considerations, historical events, officer & training safety, and best practices. We will look at ammunition performance against barriers, then officer-down rescues, before concluding with low light considerations.
Day #2 addresses positioning, commands, handling both compliant and non-compliant suspects before approaching and clearing the vehicles. The course concludes with opposed scenarios involving a variety of suspect behaviors. The goal is to train your instructors to evaluate various tactics, techniques, and procedures before teaching them to the agency.
Human factors, legal considerations, historical events, officer & training safety, and best practices relating to high-risk stops.
Ammunition performance, officer-down rescues, low light considerations.
Vehicle positioning, commands, handling subjects, approaching and clearing the vehicles.
Finally scenarios with opposition.
Expectations and Outcomes
The goal is to train your instructors to evaluate various tactics, techniques, and procedures before teaching them to the agency.
Instructor Training Courses, LEO / MIL / SEC Courses, Scenario Based Training
Law enforcement identification.
Note-taking materials & a 16Gb or larger thumb drive;
Eye & ear protection; complete duty belt with holster, pouches, & handheld light; duty firearm(s) and ammunition you wish to shoot against barriers;
UTM, Sims, or similar NLTA pistol & carbine with 50 rounds of NLTA and protective equipment (note: we are working on resourcing both);
Lunch, snacks, fluids;