Officer Survival Training Seminars

Below are photos and information from some of our past survival training seminars offered for law enforcement officers and military officer personnel.

Survival Seminar: Butler County Sheriff's Office Kansas

USDSA National Training Center, Kansas

USDSA hosted the Butler County Sheriff's Office, Kansas SWAT team at the United States Deputy Sheriff's Association National Training Center for Tactical Entry training. 

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Survival Seminar: Clover Police Department South Carolina

Clover Police Department, South Carolina

We were hosted by the Clover Police Department in South Carolina for our Instinctive Hand to Hand Combat and our Felony/High Risk Car Stop course. In attendance were officers of the Clover Police Department and deputies of the York County Sheriff's Office. 

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Survival Seminar: Berrien County Sheriff's Office Georgia

Berrien County Sheriff's Office, Georgia

We were hosted by the Berrien County Sheriff's Office in North Carolina for our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training course.

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Survival Seminar: Lawrence County Sheriff's Office Pennsylvania

Lawrence County Sheriff's Office, Pennsylvania

We were hosted by the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office in Pennsylvania for our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training course. We were able to conduct scenarios in their local courthouse. 

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Survival Seminar: South Carolina Training Officers Association South Carolina

South Carolina Training Officers Association, South Carolina

We presented our Training Officer Considerations course at the South Carolina Training Officers Association. In addition, we held breakout training sessions in Virtual Firearms Training Utilization using Smart Firearms / Laser Ammo System. We were able to donate equipment to 59 Law Enforcement agencies during the conference. 

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Survival Seminar: Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy Virginia

Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy, Virginia

We were hosted by the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy in Virginia for two days of our Instinctive Hand to Hand Combat and Felony/High Risk Car Stop courses. In attendance were members of the Rockingham Sheriff's Department, Staunton Police Department, Culpeper Police Department, Harrisonburg Police Department, Augusta Sheriff's Department, and the Louisa Police Department. 

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Survival Seminar: Cleveland County Sheriff's Office North Carolina

Cleveland County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina

We were hosted by the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office in North Carolina for two of our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training courses. In attendance were members of the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office and The North Carolina Probation and Parole.

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Survival Seminar: Wilson County Sheriff's Office Kansas

Wilson County Sheriff's Office, Kansas

We were hosted by the Wilson County Sheriff's Office for two of our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Training Courses. In attendance were deputies from Wilson County Sheriff's Office and officers from the Fredonia Police Department.

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Survival Seminar: Chester County Sheriff's Office South Carolina

Chester County Sheriff's Office, South Carolina

We were hosted by the Chester County Sheriff's Office for three of our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training Courses. In attendance were deputies from Chester County Sheriff's Office, constables from the South Carolina State Constables, and officers from Chester Police Department, Fort Lawn Police Department, and Great Falls Police Department. 

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Survival Seminar: Benedict College Police Department South Carolina

Benedict College Police Department, South Carolina

We were hosted by the Benedict College Police Department for our Felony/High Risk Car Stop Training Course and for our Tactical Entry / Active Shooter Training Course. In attendance were officers from the Benedict College Police Department and the Allen University Police Department.

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