Below are photos and information from some of our past survival training seminars offered for law enforcement officers and military officer personnel.
In June of 2012, we went to Okmulgee County in OK and trained 17 Officers from the Okmulgee County SO, Glenpool PD, and the Creek County SO in The Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. The training was sponsored by The Okmulgee County Sheriff's Department.
In May of 2012, we were in Newton, KS hosted by the HVSO Reserves training in High Risk/Felony Vehicle Stops. Training was attended by HVSO Reserve Deputies.
In April of 2012, the Cherokee County Sheriff's Department hosted the Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. There were 22 Deputies from Cherokee County and the Baxter Springs Police Department in attendance.
On March 17th & 18th we were hosted by the Anderson PD in South Carolina. We had 32 City, County, and State LEO's and US Military MP's from 12 different agencies across the state in attendance for our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Training.
In March of 2012, the Horry County Sheriff's Department hosted the Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. We conducted five training seminars with over 200 departmental members of the Horry County Sheriff's Correctional Facility attending.
In January of 2012, we were in Newton, KS hosted by the HVSO Reserves training in handcuffing, weapon retention/takeaways, baton striking, and escorts. Training was attended by HVSO Reserve Deputies and full time Deputies.
In October of 2011, we were in Cross City, FL training in High Risk/Felony Car Stops. We had 26 Deputies of the Dixie County Sheriff's Office and the Lafayette County Sheriff's Office over the two days of training. We were able to utilize simunition training for realistic scenario training on both days.
In October of 2011, while in Dixie County Florida conducting training we stopped in to train with our good friends, Deputy Claude Hart and Master Larry Taylor at his studio in Cross City.
In October of 2011, we were back in Louisville, KY with the Kentucky Constable Association at their training center. One day of training was dedicated toward defensive tactics/officer survival and the second day was for high risk/felony car stop training. We had attendees from all over the state of Kentucky.
In July of 2011, we were hosted by the Kentucky Constable Association at their training center in Louisville for two days of training. The first day consisted of defensive tactics/officer survival training. The second day consisted of a half day of vehicle stop/high risk stop training and a half day of tactical entry/active shooter training.