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: Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center Hays Regional Site Kansas

Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC) Hays Regional Training Site, Kansas

We were hosted at the KLETC Hays Regional Site for our Felony / High Risk Car Stop course. Members of the Osborne County Sheriff's Office, Garden City Police Department, the Miami County Sheriff's Office, the Anderson County Sheriff's Office, the Oberlin Police Department, the McPherson Police Department, Kansas Highway Patrol, the Hoisington Police Department, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, the Oakley Police Department, the Ellis County Sheriff's Office, and the Plainsville Police Department were in attendance. 

Survival Seminar: Ft. Hood Criminal Investigation Division Texas

Ft. Hood Criminal Investigation Division, Texas

We were hosted by Federal Law Enforcement officers in the U.S. Army's Criminal Investigation Division in Ft. Hood, Texas for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry course.  

Survival Seminar: Ft. Hood Criminal Investigation Division Texas

Ft. Hood Criminal Investigation Division, Texas

We were hosted by Federal Law Enforcement officers in the U.S. Army's Criminal Investigation Division in Ft. Hood, Texas for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry course.  

Survival Seminar: Westlake Police Department Louisiana

Westlake Police Department, Louisiana

We were hosted by Westlake Police Department for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry Training Course. Also in attendance were members of the DeQuincy Police Department and the Vinton Police Department. 

Survival Seminar: Ellis Police Department Kansas

Ellis Police Department, Kansas

We were hosted by Ellis Police Department for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry Training Course. Also in attendance were members of the Ellis County Sheriff's Office, the Kansas Highway Patrol and the Hays Police Department. 

Survival Seminar: Augusta Department of Public Safety Kansas

Augusta Department of Public Safety, Kansas

We were hosted by Augusta Department of Public Safety for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry Training Course. Also in attendance were members of the Andover Police Department, the USD 205 Police Department, the Wichita Police Department, the Butler County Sheriff's Office, the McPherson Police Department, the Haysville Police Department, and the Clearwater Police Department. 

Survival Seminar: Kansas State Fire Marshals Kansas

Kansas State Fire Marshals, Kansas

We provided the Kansas State Fire Marshals with their yearly law enforcement defensive tactics training hours. We had 28 Fire Marshals from 20 different agencies across the state of Kansas. The training was held at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center.

Survival Seminar: Woodson County Sheriff's Office Kansas

Woodson County Sheriff's Office, Kansas

USDSA hosted the Woodson County Sheriff's Office for our Felony / High Risk Car Stop Course and our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry Course. Also in attendance were members of the Wilson County Sheriff's Office, the Yates Center Police Department, and the Kansas Wildlife & Parks Department.

Survival Seminar: Cleveland County Sheriff's Office North Carolina

Cleveland County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina

We were hosted by Cleveland County Sheriff's Office for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry Training Course. Also in attendance were members of the Forest City Police Department, the Ashe County Sheriff's Office, the Kings Mountain Police Department and the North Carolina Department of Public Safety. 

Survival Seminar: Clover Police Department South Carolina

Clover Police Department, South Carolina

We were hosted by Clover Police Department for two of our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry Training Courses. Also in attendance were members of the York County Sheriff's Office, the Simpsonville Police Department, the Pageland Police Department, the Manning Police Department, and the South Carolina Department Mental Health Public Safety.