Below are photos and information from some of our past survival training seminars offered for law enforcement officers and military officer personnel.
December training with area law enforcement officers at our training center in Wichita, KS.
In November we attended the 2015 Homeland Security Professionals Conference and Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
In October of 2015 we were hosted by the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Department for our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. We had 19 Deputies in attendance from their agency.
End of August 2015 we were hosted by the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department in Pennsylvania for our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training Course. We had 14 in attendance from the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department and the Lawrence County Juvenile Probation Department.
August 18th & 19th we were hosted by the Crawford County Sheriff's Department in Kansas. We presented our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course both days and had 21 in attendance from 4 different agencies: Crawford County Sheriff's Department, Girard Police Department, Kansas Department of Corrections, and Pittsburg State University Police Department.
May 23rd & 24th saw us with the Benedict College Police Department in Columbia, South Carolina. We presented our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training program each day to their staff.
In April of 2015 we were hosted by the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy for our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training. . We had attendees from Albemarle County SO, Charlottesville PD, Madison County SO, Waynesboro PD, Staunton PD, Shenandoah County SO, and Rockingham County SO.
In March of 2015 we were hosted by the Horry County Sheriff's Department in South Carolina where we conducted 4 training classes with almost 200 officers trained.
In February we conducted our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training Course as well as our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course for members of the Gore Police Department and the Webbers Falls Police Department.
In January we were invited to conduct three different training blocks for the Kentucky Constables Association statewide conference. There were over 70 Constables and Deputy Constables in attendance. Our instruction was lecture based with some student interaction. We presented on weapon's safety, room entry, and active shooter response presentation, a lecture and presentation on proper use of force, and defensive tactics such as handcuffing procedures, weapons retention and takeaways, and escorts and takedowns, and another lecture and presentation on vehicle stops and information on high risk car stops.