Below are photos and information from some of our past survival training seminars offered for law enforcement officers and military officer personnel.
In June we were hosted by the Benedict College Police Department for two Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Courses and two Felony/High Risk Car Stop Courses. Training was conducted on the campus of Benedict College. Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training.
In June we were hosted by the Anderson County Sheriff's Department in South Carolina for two days of our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course.
In May of 2016 we were hosted by the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Department for our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Training Course. In attendance were deputies from Pottawatomie County SO, Wamego Police Department, and the St. Mary's Police Department.
In May of 2016 we were hosted by the Limestone County Sheriff's Department for two separate training days of our Felony/High Risk Car Stop Course. We had in attendance deputies from Limestone and Freestone County Sheriff's Departments.
In May of 2016 we were hosted by the Freestone County Sheriff's Department for our Felony/High Risk Car Stop Training Course. Those in attendance were from Freestone County SO and the Teague Police Department.
In April of 2016 we were hosted by the Harvey County Sheriff's Department in Kansas for Defensive Tactics Training. Training was conducted at their training center.
In March of 2016 we conducted our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training Course to the Hughes County Special Response Team (SRT). Their SRT unit is comprised of members from the Hughes County Sheriff's Dept., Calvin Police Dept., Wetumka Police Dept., Holdenville Police Dept., and a tactical medic from the Holdenville EMS. Training was conducted in Holdenville at the High School.
In February of 2016 we were hosted by the Geary County Sheriff's Department and conducted two Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Courses. Training was conducted at the County Courthouse and we had 28 Deputies in attendance between the two training dates.
In February of 2016 we provided a presentation on use of force, ethics, and officer survival at the 2016 Kansas Recreation & Parks Association State Conference. We had 32 officers in attendance from the Kansas State Wildlife & Parks and the Johnson County Parks Police.
January training with Officers from three local Law Enforcement agencies in Wichita, KS.