This 30-hour program is designed for LEO Instructors to advance their knowledge, training capability, and range practices in order to develop their officers to modern practices that prepare them for the fight. Instructors will go through a series of progressive developments of pistol and carbine fundamentals, precision shooting in various body/cover positions, rapid weapon and kit manipulations, strong to support hand target engagement while using cover, speed reloads, movement and body manipulations, and communication methods.
Instructors will progress to weapon transitions required in close proximity threat engagements, foot manipulation work, shooting and moving/moving and shooting, and target engagement tactics designed to stop threats immediately. Officers will be exposed to principles of maintaining a high readiness status mentally combined with their weapon skillsets. Drills and information developed through the program develop an officer’s assessment and accountability of their actions in relation to the threat variable. The program’s target engagement criteria are small-target-hit variables requiring rapid assessment and deliberate application of weapon fundamentals while under stress.
The Instructor will leave with an advanced stage of principle knowledge in threat reduction training practices combined with efficient principle training path development methodologies, confidence in kit manipulations of their current and/or changed kit set up by shooter solution, and progressive drills that develop the basics. The officer will be exposed to physical dynamics in order to maintain control of their fundamental applications, assessment of surroundings, and select target engagement. These skills are necessary in the development of managing stress and mental focus. The instructor will leave with the ability to advance their current agency curriculum, and how to advance and teach their officers to newer levels of weapon performance standards.
Hosted by Delaware County Sheriff’s Office, IN
1000 pistol and 1000 carbine training rounds
Note: A department can pay by check. Contact and coordinate with Tactical Options. The Officer is not considered registered until the check has been received and deposited. Contact Tactical Options on any questions you may have about additional items not listed or not listed. If you are an officer seeking self-education and training outside of what your department is providing, contact directly for special discounted rate
Each attending Indiana LEO will receive 30 hours of ILEA credit