Learn from instructors currently working in law enforcement and are experts in the field. You will discover current trends, information and best practices from these experts.
Instruction methods include practical exercises and use of state of the art Use of Force and driving simulators to supplement training. Emphasis is on tactical and practical exercises to apply your academic knowledge. This includes:.
- 48 hours of learning law enforcement defensive driving
- 66 hours of arrest control techniques, including use of force, restraints, and de-escalation of force.
- 54 hours of firearms training, including safety, maintenance, shooting in dim light and tactical exercises designed to simulate reality by using a laser firearms training simulator (MILO), moving targets and search procedures along with practical application and live fire at the range.
- 40 hours of high-risk patrol officer situations, including stopping vehicles, handling domestic disputes, conducting searches of buildings and mock crime scene investigations.
- 60 hours of physical training to build stamina and endurance in order to prepare for the stresses and physical demands of a law enforcement career.