Prove to yourself you can win when it happens to you
Designed to increase your awareness, skills and abilities in dealing with an unanticipated deadly threat at close range, this course will provide you with inoculation against the affects of stress by providing you an opportunity to train and learn through experience. This course also includes case studies, emotional reactions, statistics and behavior analyses.
08/27/2014 - 08/27/2014
09/18/2014 - 09/18/2014
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The classroom portion of the class will deal with critical stress and the physiological effects associated with such an event as well as the techniques for mitigating those affects. Officers will then move to the range where they will perform core shooting skills using Airsoft training weapons. Officers will then begin facing armed adversaries and applying the skills they brought with them from the square range using Airsoft pistols. They must be able to shoot, move and communicate under stress to win. From the static range officers will then move into scenarios facing suspects (Instructors) and apply their training in both shoot and no shoot situations. The national hit rate for officers involved in shootings hovers around 30%, that means officers are missing 70% of the time. A major factor for this is the affect of high stress on an officer’s ability to function while under that stress. High stress causes physical skills to drop dramatically and training in a simulated, realistic environment provides inoculation through mental and physical preparation to the affects of an unanticipated, deadly threat at close range.
Subjects include, but are not limited to:
- Police Officers are expected to use that force which is reasonable and necessary when:
- Making arrests
- Preventing escape
- Department policy? What does yours say?
- Is there a conflict?
Each attendee must be physically fit for duty and able to perform the physical skills associated with tactical applications with the use of this product. The Safariland Training Group trains only sworn law-enforcement officers, correctional personnel, state-licensed security personnel or active military personnel.
- Any extra protective gear they wish to have with them such as Gloves and cup. Women should wear a padded bra during training.
- Personal wrap-around eye protection
All Safariland Training Group courses are available for hosting by your agency. Contact us for information on the requirements and benefits of hosting a course.
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