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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
The Symposium will be held June 2, 2020 until June 5, 2020. The dates for the conference will be June 3, 2020 until June 5, 2020. The event will be held at the Durham Hilton Hotel located at 3800 Hillsborough Rd., Durham, NC 27705.
A block of rooms are being reserved for out-of-town participants and a continental breakfast will be provided for all attendees. When making your reservations please make sure to ask for and make your reservations under the block of rooms for the NCTOA. You can make your reservations either by phone at 1-800-HILTONS (445-8667) and you will need the group code: NCTOA or you can register online with the following link Hotel registration
Below is a schedule for the symposium. The dates and times will remain the same but some of the locations and amount of students allowed in each class is subject to change. Team leaders please have your guys pick the top three classes they are interested in and email that information to Rex Hatch at email@example.com all classes will be filled at a first come first serve basis.
Day 1 June 2, 2020 1500- until, Vendor check in Day 2 June 3, 2020 0700-0800 Registration/ check in 0800 Posting of Colors 0830-0930 NCTOA business meeting 0930-1000 Vendor time 1000-1200 Pat McNamara (TMACS) Combat Tactical Fitness 1200-1400 lunch (on your own) Vendor Time 1400-1700 Cpl. Jeremy Borchardt, Dallas SWAT. BLM ambush Debrief (Keynote) 1700 Dinner (on your own) 1900-until Hospitality room featuring Amendola Cigar Co. rolling cigars.
Day 3/4 June 4,5, 2020
0800 report time for breakout sessions
Dallas SWAT, HRT Debrief/tabletop location TBD
Sheriff Mike Neal/Raoul Rivas, vehicle gunfighting, shooting out of and into vehicles (2 One day classes at the Durham Police range) Richard L. McCall Jr., Sniper refresher ( 2 One day classes at the Durham County Sheriff's Office range)
Liberty Dynamic ( 2 one day certification classes on NFDD diversionary devices)
Norse Tactical Walter Martin, Rifle/pistol tactics and building clearing (1 Two day class, first day at the DCSO rangs, second day DPD range Old FOP lodge for FoF with Sims)
Tactical Mindset A.A. Boone ( 4 four hour classes at the Durham Hilton)
Tactical Medic Class Dave Cuddeback (4 four hour classes at the Durham Hilton)
Tactical ICS Banzai McLaughlin ( 4 four hour classes at the Durham Hilton)
Clan Lab Awareness, Bill Loucks, NC Justice Academy ( 4 four hour classes at the Durham Hilton)
Day 3 June 4, 2020
1830 Callout Dinner with Raoul Rivas Debriefing on the Orlando Pulse Night Club terrorist attack
Round Counts for classes are as follows: Sniper Class 250 Rounds Rifle CQC 500 pistol/500 rifle Vehicle Assault 200 pistol/100 rifle
As of now these are the final classes once again team leaders or individuals who registered please pick your top 3 classes you would like to attend and email that info to Rex Hatch at firstname.lastname@example.org these classes will fill up quick and are on a first come first serve basis.
Tactical explosive breacher certification Basic and Intermediate
This course will be hosted jointly by Cumberland County Sheriffs Office SRT as well as Fort Bragg, NC SRT
Cost will be $1,525.00 per person
Training Topics Explosive Familiarization Explosive Concepts and Terminology Breaching Explosives Priming Systems Target Analysis (Pre-and Post- Breaching) Charge Configurations and Construction Alternate Methods of Breaching Misfire Procedure Tactical Considerations and Deployments Required SOP’s, Gear, and Equipment Charge Calculations To Include: Net Explosive Weights (N.E.W.) Minimum Safe Distances (MSD) Internal Residual Overpressure Estimating Collateral Damage Operational Limitations of Calculations Breaching Hazards and Safety Documentation and Liability Storage and Transportation Breacher’s Responsibilities (Operational and Administrative) For further information or to register, please visit www.GATGUSA.com or call 702-838-3002
This course trains public safety personnel to improve their observational techniques by using an ongoing screening process that includes increasing protective awareness, identifying hostile surveillance detection techniques, evaluating, and taking action.
First, participants will learn ways to increase their personal situational awareness and observation skills. Next, instructors will introduce participants to common behaviors and objects that are associated with preoperational terrorism activities. Participants will then learn to evaluate their observations associated with conducting hostile surveillance on a target and decide what action is appropriate: dismiss, continue observing, contact, or report. The class is hosted from Wilson’s Mills Police Department, but students will be able to participate from anywhere via computer, tablet or smartphone. All they need is a computer and good internet connection.
The steps to prepare for the course are: Ensure you have a FEMA Student Identification Number (SID). Register for the class. Ensure you got the confirmation email for your registration. Take the pretest at the same site you registered at. The morning of the course, click on the link to Zoom at that same site. In addition to the information below, if anyone needs more information or help to set up, you can reach out to Debbie Hilliard at email@example.com or 919-612-5147. Class Information:AWR-219-C Site Protection through Observational Techniques, Customized (-C) Wilson's Mills, NC Wednesday, July 22, 2020 - Wednesday, July 22, 2020FEMA SIDA FEMA SID number is required for registration. You can look up your FEMA SID, or register for a new one, at the following site: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid. Register online at: Class ID: 27602 https://train.ncbrt.lsu.edu/Student/Register?ClassID=27602 Class Access Code: NCBRT219 Confirmation Email: Once your registration is complete, you will receive an email confirmation. This email will contain your FEMA SID and registration Confirmation Number. Make sure to have this information available to you in class! You will need this to complete the online post-test and class evaluation. Pre-Test:As soon as you complete registration, you will see a link "Begin Class Pre-Test". Click on this link to access the class pre-test. A completed pre-test is required in order to later take the post-test and receive class credit.In ClassThe online registration site is mobile friendly and can be used by any phone, tablet, or computer with internet access. At the end of training, a post-test and class evaluation will be conducted. Bring a device to class that can access the online registration site, so you may complete your post-test and evaluation online. Your post-test will be graded immediately, and you will be able to review the answers.
As soon as the post-test is passed and the class evaluation is completed, your Class Information page will update to include a link for your certificate. The certificate may be downloaded as a PDF to your device, or sent as a PDF to your email.
Assistance:If you need assistance with the online registration site, please contact the NCBRT Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hazmat Technician for Law Enforcement
August 17-August 21, 2020 - Durham Tech North Campus
This course prepares LEO for response to hazardous material incidents that would require an active Law Enforcement response in the hot zone. This would be incidents such as WMD, Terrorism response and illegal Biological/chemical laboratories.
This course meets the OSHA 1910.120 standard for HAZWOPER responder and is modeled after the EPA 165 course of instruction.
To register for this class please contact email@example.com
NCTOA SWAT COMPETITION
November 4-6, 2020 - North Carolina Justice Academy, Salemburg N.C.
STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFO TO COME!!!!!!!!!!!
Online executive management program
Law Enforcement Management Training Online Executive Management Program: Level One The Online Management Program provides a unique way for law enforcement to become versed and trained to deal with specific law enforcement administrative areas. The convenient online format allows law enforcement officers to receive the training while not having to miss significant days away from their current job. *All online classes begin on Monday at 8 a.m. and end on Sunday at 10 p.m. *There is no fee for N.C. sworn Law Enforcement officers. 1042 W. HAMLET AVE., HAMLET, NC | 910.410.1700 | www.richmondcc.edu An Equal Opportunity Institution Online Executive Management Program Class Topics Include: • First Line Supervision Aug. 3 - Sept. 6, 2020 • Ethical Issues in Law Enforcement Sept. 21 - Oct. 25, 2020 • Field Training Nov. 9 - Dec. 13, 2020 • Leadership Skills and Public Speaking Jan. 11 - Feb. 14, 2021 • Police Leadership March 1 - April 4, 2021 The curriculum for the Executive Management Program: Level One consists of five classes. Each of the five classes is 50 hours in length and is offered online by Richmond Community College. After completing all 5 courses, the student will receive a certificate of 250 hours, equivalent to 12.5 commissioned approved points. The certificate will signify a dedicated officer and should be viewed as a noteworthy accomplishment. Student must have a final grade of 70% or better to successfully complete the course. Percy Crutchfield Director of Public Safety at RichmondCC (910) 410-1708 firstname.lastname@example.org RICHMOND COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1042 W. HAMLET AVE., HAMLET, NC www.richmondcc.edu Curriculum Sign Up Today!