July 13, 2019 to July 14, 2019 - High Point PD training facility
Xray Alpha will provide a mobile training team to conduct open enrollment LE only course at High Point Police Department training facility with a custom designed training program. The focus will be tactical shooting with rifle and carbine.
Xray Alpha Provided
Instructors: 2 instructors Consumable Materials: Target Tape, Staples, Steel Paint, Spray Glue and other training aids Targets: 200 IPSC Targets, 60 Target Stands, 6 C-Zone Static Steel Targets, 6 Falling Steel Targets, 8 Walls/Barricades
Patrol Carbine (unmagnified optic preferred), Pistol, Pistol Belt or Duty Belt, Holster w/ 2 pistol and 1 rifle mag pouch minimum, Eye and Ear Protection. Bring Lunch and water to the Range each day. Ammunition 1000 Carbine/1000 Pistol
Xray Alpha rifle/pistol course is designed to enhance the individual officers’ hard skills and provide him or her the tools to continue to develop as a professional gun handler and tactician. This training course is a 2-day live fire high volume training that will briefly refresh pistol and carbine fundamentals and progress rapidly into more advanced skills that are necessary for officers to win critical incidents. This course will also give officers the ability to understand measuring performance and how to train effectively maximizing time and resources.
July 23, 2019 to July 25, 2019 - Virginia International Raceway 1245 Pine Tree Rd Alton VA 24520
The class is designed to provide training to instructors who will run training in your perspective department. The class covers all aspects of reality-based training and provides product information, program development, scenario design and implementation, instructor development and procedures to run training safely. Officers/Agents/Operators are injured enough on the street; they should not be injured in training. Officers/Agents/Operators can obtain additional information and register for the class on the web: www.simunition.com. Class size is limited so early registration is recommended. Officers/Agents/Operators will receive a confirmation letter along with an equipment list. Class start at 8 a.m. local time. Course tuition: Law Enforcement $620.00 each Military $495.00 each Re-certification $320.00 each SIMUNITION® will provide pistol conversion kits as well as their associated equipment. SIMUNITION® will also provide basic protective equipment, all training ammunition as well as training aids such as training impact weapons and inert chemical agents. If you choose to bring your own converted weapon(s) please see your instructor before the course starts. AT NO TIME ARE ANY LETHAL WEAPONS OR AMMUNITION NEEDED NOR ALLOWED DURING ANY OF THE TRAINING EVENTS For further information regarding the course please feel free to contact Simunition® at 800-465-8255. To register for the course please visit www.simunition.com Host Agency information may be obtained from: Clayton Myers at 434-822-7700 ext. 111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Equipment Requirements In the SIMUNITION® Scenario Instructor and Safety Certification Course, the goal is to train as close as possible to reality. Students should bring to the course all of the duty operational equipment which he or she would normally wear; this should include a duty-belt or other personal tactical equipment including taclights, hand-cuffs/keys and appropriate footwear. Live OC, Taser and impact weapons are not needed. The first day will be spent in the classroom in casual, comfortable attire. The final two days will be spent conducting Scenario-based training. It is during this time that the students will need his or her personal operational clothing and equipment. SERVICE AMMUNITION IS NEITHER NECESSARY NOR PERMITTED AT ANY TRAINING SITE AT ANY TIME DURING THE COURSE! Students should also bring athletic and seasonal outdoor clothing, wrap around ANSI-approved eye protection, long sleeve BDU’s or coveralls, Nomex or other type of protective gloves, a cap or hat, notebook and pen. SIMUNITION® will provide pistol conversion kits as well as their associated equipment. SIMUNITION® will also provide basic protective equipment, all training ammunition as well as training aids such as training impact weapons and training gas.
July 30, 2019 to August 2, 2019 - Wake County Sheriff’s Office 2300 Law Enforcement Drive Raleigh, NC 27610
Date: July 30-Aug 2, 2019
Host Agency: Wake County Sheriff’s Office Class Info POC: 800-347-1200 Opt Training email@example.com
All Courses Provide Instructor Development For In-Service Training, Including Reviews Of Policy Development And Civil/Criminal Liabilities. Safariland Training Group Supplies All Munitions For Live-Fire Exercises.
OC Aerosol Projectors ICP 8 hrs – 1st Day Tuition: $ 100.00 Oleoresin Capsicum Formulations / Carriers Projectors / Propellants / Delivery Systems Effectiveness / Safety / Liability Factors Criteria for Selection Operational Guidelines / Practical Exercises Decontamination / First Aid Officer Survival Techniques Integrated Use of Force Options Deployment Methods Tactics for Surviving an OC Attack Contamination Exercises
Less Lethal Impact Munitions ICP 8 hrs – 2nd Day Tuition: $ 275.00 Introduction to Specialty Impact Munitions Weapons and Munitions: 12ga. / 37mm / 40mm Single Projectiles / Multiple Projectiles Operational Considerations - Skip Fire / Direct Fire Crowd Control Considerations (open and contained) Single Target Acquisition / Dynamic Entry Support Physiological / Psychological Effects Incident Case Studies / Liability Consideration Test Data: Blunt Trauma / Ballistics and Energy Development of Policy and Procedures Live Firing Exercises / Operational Scenarios
Chemical Munitions ICP 8 hrs – 3rd Day Tuition: $ 350.00 Types and Forms of Chemical Agents (CN/CS/OC) Technological advancements in Pyrotechnics, Blast, and Aerosol Munitions Escalation of Chemical Deployment Crowd Control Principles / Outdoor Considerations Barricade Subject / Space Denial Powder OC / CN / CS Contamination Exercises Tactical Deployment of Hand Held Grenades, and 37 mm/40mm Launchers Techniques and Tactical Considerations Decontamination / First Aid / Protective Masks
Distraction Devices ICP 8 hrs – 4th Day Tuition: $ 350.00 Introduction to Explosives Distraction Devices: Types and Nomenclature Reloadable and Non-Reloadable Devices Decibels / Candela / P.S.I. Overpressure: Cause and Effect / Anderson Blasgage Handling / Storage / Rendering Safe Tactical Deployment / Safety Considerations Incident Case Studies Gripping, Handling and Deployment Drills Live Firing Exercises / Operational Scenarios
If you register for all 4 days then you get a discounted rate of $895.00.
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August 20, 2019 to August 21, 2019 - Oak Grove Training Facility Hoffman NC
Description: This OGT Mechanical Breacher Course is designed to provide tactical operators with the tools and skills necessary to effectively analyze a target and determine the safest and most effective means of providing a positive breach.
Topics will include target analysis, tools and equipment, mission planning and advantages/limitations of specific breaching methods. Targets will include doors (inward and reverse opening)-wood/aluminum clad/steel/mobile home/security doors/windows and garage doors.
September 9, 2019 to September 11, 2019 - Oak Grove Training Facility Hoffman NC
Description: This OGT Explosive Breacher Recertification/Refresher Course is a 3-day block of instruction for law enforcement and military personnel who have previously completed explosive breacher training. This course was established for current explosive breachers that are required to maintain their certification to ensure their technical skills are current and up to date. Our instructors are subject matter experts with scores of real world operational law enforcement explosive breaches. Our instructors are current and retired Master Breachers from the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team (HRT).
Charge calculation review Overpressure concerns (internal/external) Minimum safe distances Advanced target analysis (to include· multiple scenario's) Current charge placement tactics and techniques No/Low-light breaching operations Medical issues and concerns Advanced charge construction and configuration (doors/walls/gunports) Current trends in breaching A substantial number of scenario based runs to include all aspects of the breaching process (planning, target analysis, charge construction, medical, placement and execution) Review of real world breaching evolutions (good and bad)
September 23, 2019 to September 27, 2019 - Oak Grove Training Facility Hoffman NC
Details: This is a challenging course that will focus on the effective deployment and use of a handheld and weapon mounted light for pistol and carbine. Teaching to think omni-directional and making use of cover and concealment. The course elevates to light usage in a stressful, uncertain tactical environment. The student must have a very good foundation with basic handgun and carbine handling skills prior to attending this challenging class. We use a building block approach to build the needed confidence in each student to progress into more assertive movement, speed and communication. These concepts taught will provide the foundation necessary to prevail in a low light deadly force encounter. Training Topics:
Review of the fundamentals of marksmanship The Importance of safe firearms handling under low light Correction of grip, stance and trigger control issues under low light Reloading in low light Transitioning with a malfunction in low light Handheld flashlight techniques Firearms mounted flashlight techniques Movement techniques Position to position Shooting on the move
Multiple target engagement tactics One handed weapon operation/manipulation Unsupported shooting The importance of communication in low light
Location: North Carolina Justice Academy, 200 West College St., Salemburg, NC
Class Coordinator: Ron Pastino, Ronald.Pastino@oakgrovetech.com, Cell (919) 909-3631
January 13-14, 2020 - Wake County Sheriff's Office Law Enforcement Training Center 2300 Law Enforcement Drive Raleigh, North Carolina 27610
Wake County Sheriff's Office and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grants workshop in Raleigh, January 13-14, 2020.
In this class you'll learn how to find grants and write winning grant proposals. This training is applicable to grant seekers across all disciplines.
More information including learning objectives, class location, graduate testimonials and online registration is available here: http://grantstraining.com/raleigh0120 Multi-enrollment discounts and discounts for Grant Writing USA returning alumni are available.
Tuition payment is not required at the time of enrollment. Tuition is $455 and includes everything: two days of terrific instruction, workbook,and access to our Alumni Forum that's packed full of tools, helpful discussions and more than 200 sample grant proposals. Contacts:Tammy Pitts Grant Writing USA 888.435.7281 toll free firstname.lastname@example.org Major Scott Earp Wake County Sheriff's Office 919.890.7871 email@example.com
More than 10,000 agencies across America have turned to Grant Writing USA for grant writing and grant management training.
DRUG INVESTIGATIONS FOR PATROL
February 18-20 2020 - Piedmont Community College
PCC is sponsoring a 3 day class “Drug Investigations for Patrol” with BlueLine Training Group, LLC February 18-20, 2020. I have attached the Course Objective and Instructor bio, Instructional Objectives, and the Class schedule. Class will hold a maximum of 35 people. If you plan on sending any officers, please give me an estimate of how many spots you would like for me to hold for you. Free for sworn NC officers, of course. I’d like to make sure your officers have the opportunity to take this course. It will be held on the Caswell campus, in the new Public Safety Training Building. To register please contact: Nancy S. Oberman Director/Instructor, Law Enforcement Piedmont Community College Public Safety Training Center Building P331 Piedmont Drive Yanceyville, NC 27379 (336) 694-5707 ext 8070 Nancy.Oberman@piedmontcc.edu
Narcotic investigations can be the most dangerous type of investigation that a uniform officer might encounter in the performance of his/her duties. The officers attending this class will not only gain a complete awareness of the drugs facing them today, but they will acquire the expertise needed to make quality observations and sound judgments in determining drug use. Officers will be better equipped to identify drug distribution and smuggling not only in roadside situations but in the community that they patrol. The officer safety issues learned in this seminar will not only benefit the officers attending the seminar but the members of their community as well.
COURSE TOPICS INCLUDE: Drug identification Drug Packaging Search and Seizure Knock and Talks Use of Informants Testifying in Court on Drug cases Officers safety is stressed through this class
INSTRUCTOR: TRACYC. SPARSHOTT Tracy served for 24 years with the Montgomery County, Maryland Police Department. While with the department, he spent time in uniform, Decentralized SWAT, Special Assignment Team, Narcotics and K-9. He has been deputized as a U.S. Marshall and been assigned to the FBI, DEA, Customs and theIRS. Tracy has been involved in undercover operations that have taken him to Florida, New York, Connecticut, as well as California. State, county and U.S.federal courts recognize him as an expert in the field of undercover narcotics investigations as well as drug interdiction. Organizations that have benefited from Tracy’s expertise include Law Enforcement Academies throughout the United States, all branches of the U.S. Military, Narcotic Enforcement Officers’Association, International Chiefs of Police, U.S. State Department, Peruvian National Police Force and the Scandinavian Narcotic Officers’ Association. Tracy has been the guest speaker at Narcotics Conferences in Arkansas, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio,Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Kansas, Iowa, North Dakota and Utah. He has also been an honorarium at several major universities, and has served as Co-Chairman for the Council of Governments Subcommittee on Narcotics.During his career with Montgomery County, Tracy was involved in many long-term drug investigations. One such investigation took place between Washington, D.C. and Florida. Both the FBI and IRS were brought into the case because of the amount of money, property and statewide issues involved. Tracy Sparshott is featured in the nonfiction book entitled "Trust Me" by Richard Rashke, which depicts this case. "Trust Me"
Instructional Objectives Conducting Investigations The student officer will be able to identify the current street drugs active in the officer’s jurisdiction. The student officer will be able to list the current street values for the drugs available in the officer’s jurisdiction. The student officer will be able to identify the current street drugs by description and packaging. The student officer will have full knowledge of the paraphernalia associated with drug use to better develop probable cause for searches. The student officer will be familiar with the current technology utilized by highway smugglers to conceal drugs, currency and weapons. The student officer will be provided with the elements needed to develop informants in their patrol area. The student officer will be provided with the elements needed to conduct legal knock and talk interviews. The student officer will be able to properly document their observations, investigation development, and probable cause to search and arrest if applicable. The student officer will understand the concepts of proper court testimony needed for successful prosecution in a field narcotic arrest. Officer Safety Is Stressed Throughout This Class The student officer will learn how to interact with the community in a way that will accommodate increased community involvement to help in identifying and solving some of the drug problems facing them today. Drug Investigations For Patrol Officers Day One: 8:00-8:30 am Introduction 8:30-10:30 am Identification of Drugs Stimulants 10:30-11:30 am Drug Packaging and Street Values 11:30-12:30 pm Lunch 12:30-2:00 pm Field Testing of Drugs 2:00-4:00 pm Identification of Drugs Depressants 4:00-5:00 pm Drug Cultures and Local Trends Day Two: 8:00-9:00 am Developing Informants While in Patrol 9:00-10:00 am Legal And Ethical Vehicle Stops and Contact 10:00-11:30 am Officers Safety during the Criminal Contact 11:30-12:30 pm Lunch 2:00-3:00 pm Knock & Talks. 3:30-5:00 pm Search And Seizure of Vehicle, Persons, Residences. Day Three: 8:00-11:3am Locating and opening hidden compartments 11:30-12:30 pm Lunch 2:00-5:00 pm Patrol Techniques for Criminal Activities
CRITICAL MINDSET DEBRIEFS
February 26, 2020 - Wayne Community college Pine Building Room 121
On February 26th from 8 -5,Wayne Community College and the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office will be co-hosting day of Critical Mindset Debriefs featuring three outstanding lecturers. This class is open to ALL First Responders Including Telecommunicators. Details of debriefsare below and will also include a segment for the spouses of First Responders.
The May 20, 2010, West Memphis debrief from the Sheriff Mike Neal who heroically rammed his state police truck into two active shooters. The Suspects had killed two officers earlier on a traffic stop and shot two more in front of Sheriff Neal. Sheriff Neal engaged in a 17 second gun battle taking multiple rounds of AK-47 through his windshield as he gave back to the suspects 30 rounds of .223 killing both suspects. Sheriff Neal will walk you through and break down the day that changed his life. Sheriff Neal and his truck he was driving that day were inducted in the law enforcement museum in Washington D.C.
On June 12, 2016, the unthinkable happened in Orlando, Florida.Investigator Raul Rivas was a team leader for the Orlando Police Department SWAT team the night that 49 innocent people were killed by a terrorist. Raul was near the swat team that breached the club wall in an attempt to save survivors trapped in the bathrooms. Listen to Raul describe the chaos of the incident and how he became engaged in a gun fight with the terrorist suspect as a team member was shot in his ballistic helmet right beside him. Raul describes the incident in a way like no other as he was right in the middle of the operation.Raul speaks about how the event from that night changed his life forever as it did a lot of swat team members, and first responders.
PTSD the Silent Sniper:
Chief Jason Fitzwater was, a Homicide detective for the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office, in Bradenton Florida. Jason was a Swat team member, a highly decorated officer within his department, and was at the peak of his career at the time. What No one knew, was behind closed doors Jason used alcohol as a false comfort. On August 26, 2007 Jason crashed his patrol vehicle and was arrested for DUI W/Property Damage by his own department and resigned in October 2007. The incident spunJason’s life out of control leading him into divorce and a life of darkness.Jason became homeless, lost his car, daughter, only having his clothes. Jason Explains how his fight with his addiction to alcohol continued to get worse as he battled to get his life back together. Christmas 2008 was the darkest day in Jason’s life as he was led to contemplate suicide. Jason’s debrief is a rollercoaster of emotions but turns out as a successful story. He explains how it wasn’t easy but he drives home the “Don’t ever give Up, and relying on Hope and Faith” attitude.
Additionally there will be a class for the spouses who will get a 90 minute course and it will be free of charge for them to attend. We have never had a class specifically for First Responder Spouses and based on some of the feedback from spouses who have been to this training it will be well worth their time to attend. Please invite your spouse. This portion of the class will be done in a separate lecture hall during the Pulse Debrief and then they will return to the main lecture and be reunited with their loved one for the Silent Sniper block.
For More Information and to reserve your seat for these classes please contact: Rex Hatch @ firstname.lastname@example.org or Beverly Deans @ email@example.com.
2020 NCTOA SWAT SYMPOSIUM
March 18, 2020-March 20, 2020 - Durham NC
Description: NCTOA SWAT SYMPOSIUM The SWAT symposium will be held at the Durham Hilton again in 2020. This event is always a great time to network and fellowship while getting some great training from the breakout sessions and the debriefs. Once again this year we are looking forward to bringing new and fresh speakers and relevant classes. Keep an eye out for updates on registration and more details.
Civilian response and casualty care: Train the Trainer
May 27, 2020-May 28, 2020 - North Carolina Justice Academy Edneyville campus
Description: There is no charge for this training.
It is funded through state and federal grants.Participants are responsible for their own transportation and lodging.Participants in this two day Train-the-Trainer course will receive a manual and PowerPoint presentation suitable for use in their own presentations.
Time: 2 days (16 hours)
Class Size: 20 students per class Prerequisite: Law Enforcement Officer,Firefighter, EMS
Personnel Recommended Equipment: Good attitude,open mind, pen and paper.
First Responder agencies are frequently requested by schools, businesses, and community members for direction and presentations on what to do if confronted with an active attacker event. The Civilian Response and Casualty Care (CRCC) course, designed and built on the Avoid, Deny, Defend / Run, Hide, Fight strategy developed by ALERRT in 2004, provides strategies, guidance and a proven plan for surviving an active shooter event.This course combines the civilian response with the Stop the Bleed Campaign, which empowers civilians to provide life-saving medical aid before first responders ever arrive.Topics include the history and prevalence of active shooter events, civilian response options, medical issues, and considerations for conducting drills.
Contact : Amit Sujanani North Carolina Department of Justice Office: (828) 685-1183 Ext. 225 Main: (828) 685-3600 firstname.lastname@example.org Larry T. Justus Western Justice Academy 3971 Chimney Rock Road Edneyville, NC 28727 ncja.ncdoj.gov
1st Inaugural Police Sniper/Spotter competition
May 27, 2020-May 29, 2020 - SAMARCAND TRAINING FACILITY
May 27th 1600 Check-in Dinner (1700-1800/provided) Competitors Brief 1830 hrs
May 28th Range day; morning events and afternoon events and possible a low light event (number of events and type of events TBD) Breakfast lunch and dinner provided
May 29th Morning final event and 1300 or later the awards ceremony Breakfast and lunch provided
Notes: if the competitor signs for a room all meals are free. individual rooms but share a common bathroom. Sheets and towels provided(but recommend to bring a pillow as the pillow are State flat ones!)
These dates and times are tenative and subject to change. More information to follow.
Active Attack Integrated Response Course: Train-the-Trainer
June 8, 2020-June 12, 2020 - North Carolina Justice Academy Edneyville campus
Description: There is no charge to officers or agencies for this training. It is funded through state and federal grants.
Time: 5 days (40 hours)
Class Size: 24 students, 16 LE from multiple agencies, 8 Fire / EMS, and 2 Dispatch (when and where available)per class
Prerequisite: Participants must be state-certified law enforcement, fire, Tele-communicator or EMS providers.EMS providers should be EMT-B certified (preferably EMT-I or EMT-P).Required Equipment: Pen and paper, duty gear or training uniform, and appropriate clothing for weather.Participants are responsible for their own transportation and lodging.
The AAIR T3 is designed to improve integration between law enforcement, fire, telecommunicator and EMS in active attack / shooter events. The course provides law enforcement officers with keymedical skills based on tactical emergency casualty care guidelines, which can be used at the point of injury to increase survivability of victims.The course also provides a model framework for law enforcement, fire, and EMS to integrate responses during an active attack / shooter event through the rescue task force concept.This course has been designed to improve the safety and survivability of victims of active attack / shooter events and increase the effectiveness, coordination,and resource integration between law enforcement,fire, tele-communications and EMS when responding to these events.
Amit Sujanani North Carolina Department of Justice Office: (828) 685-1183 Ext. 225 Main: (828) 685-3600 email@example.com Larry T. Justus Western Justice Academy 3971 Chimney Rock Road Edneyville, NC 28727 ncja.ncdoj.gov
Active Attack Integrated Response Course
June 15, 2020 - June 16, 2020 and June 17, 2020- June 18, 2020 - North Carolina Justice Academy Edneyville campus
There is no charge to officers or agencies for this training.
It is funded through state and federal grants.
Time: 2 days (16 hours)
Class Size: 24 students, 16 LE from multiple agencies, 8 Fire / EMS, and 2 Dispatch (when and where available)per class Prerequisite: Participants must be state-certified law enforcement, fire, Tele-communicator or EMS providers.EMS providers should be EMT-B certified (preferably EMT-I or EMT-P).
Required Equipment: Pen and paper, duty gear or training uniform, and appropriate clothing for weather.
Participants are responsible for their own transportation and lodging.
The AAIR course is designed to improve integration between law enforcement, fire, telecommunication and EMS in active attack/shooter events. The course provides law enforcement officers with key medical skills based on tactical emergency casualty care guidelines, which can be used at the point of injury to increase survivability of victims.The course also provides a model framework for law enforcement, fire, and EMS to integrate responses during an active attack/shooter event through the rescue task force concept.This course has been designed to improve the safety and survivability of victims of active attack/shooter events and increase the effectiveness, coordination,and resource integration between law enforcement,fire, tele-communications and EMS when responding to these events.
Amit Sujanani North Carolina Department of Justice Office: (828) 685-1183 Ext. 225 Main: (828) 685-3600 firstname.lastname@example.org Larry T. Justus Western Justice Academy 3971 Chimney Rock Road Edneyville, NC 28727 ncja.ncdoj.gov