TRAINING

Upcoming Classes For LEOs

Advanced Officer Survival – October 28 -- FREE – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. -- Survive the gunfight and live to tell the tale. Advanced shooting and survival techniques for officers who encounter a firefight. Emphasis on understanding physiological impact of an armed encounter as well as stress maneuvers, moving and shooting, shoot/no-shoot, close quarter encounters, how to deal with wounded officers, how ro return fire even if you are wounded, stop the bleed techniques and timing -- and all subjects related to an actual gunfight. Taught by NACOP Director of Law Enforcement Training Paul Pawela and NACOP LE instructor John Falldorf. Email name, rank, agency and contact information to Tarae@aphf.org to sign up.

Firearms Takeaway & Retention -- November 4 – FREE – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. -- This course will feature moves and techniques that will allow officers to RETAIN their weapons when grappling with assailants AND will allow them to learn a variety of moves for taking a firearm from the hands of someone who means to do harm. Email name, rank, agency and contact information to Tarae@aphf.org to sign up.

In-Custody Combat Shooting – November 26 -- $95 per student – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. -- This extreme advanced course of training is designed and developed to maximize the student’s capability and capacity for successful defense engagements in Deadly Force Encounters, while controlling a handcuffed suspect in custody. It will enhance the student’s awareness, and alertness to positively identify a threat, and engage a single or multiple attacker in the Tactical Environment with Trained Judgmental Decisions and Responses effectively and efficiently. Taught by International LE trainer Michael Lazarus. Dress: Duty Uniform. Equipment: Full Duty Belt, Hinge / Rigid Handcuff and Keys, Duty Handgun & Holster, Three (3) Magazines, Blue/Red Training Handgun. Safety Gear: One (1) Pair Broad Wristband, Ball Cap, Eye and ear Protection, Knee/Elbow Pads (Optional),  Light Body Armor. Ammunition: 500 Rounds. Fitness & Health: Student must be in good Physical Condition, Mental Health, and Fitness  and able to train under stress. Sign up HERE.

Firearms Takeaway & Retention -- December 2 – FREE – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. -- This course will feature moves and techniques that will allow officers to RETAIN their weapons when grappling with assailants AND will allow them to learn a variety of moves for taking a firearm from the hands of someone who means to do harm. Email name, rank, agency and contact information to Tarae@aphf.org to sign up.

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National Association of
Chiefs of Police

American Police Hall of Fame

6350 Horizon Drive
Titusville, FL 32780

321-264-0911

"Without a doubt, the best training that has ever been developed in conjunction with my presentations..."

               -Retired FBI Agent Edmundo Mireles