Below are photos and information from some of our past survival training seminars offered for law enforcement officers and military officer personnel.
We were hosted by the Blair Police Department in Nebraska for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry course. Officers from Ralston Police Department, Fremont Police Department, Broken Bow Police Department, Crete Police Department, Omaha Police Department, and deputies from the Saunders County Sheriff's Office were also in attendance.
We were hosted by the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office and the St Marys Police Department in Kansas for our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat courses. Officers from the St. George Police Department were also in attendance.
We were hosted by the Skyline Regional Criminal Justice Academy in Virginia for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry course. Law Enforcement officers from Virginia State Police Department, Rappahannock County Sheriff's Office, Fairfax County Police Department, George Mason University Police Department, Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center, and Winchester Police Department.
We were hosted by the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office for two of our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Training Courses.
We were hosted by the Quinton Police Department in Oklahoma for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry Training course.
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.
We were hosted by the Clover Police Department in South Carolina for our Tactical Entry 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.
We were hosted by the Berrien County Sheriff's Office in North Carolina for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry Training course.
We were hosted by the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office in Pennsylvania for our Active Shooter Response / Tactical Training course. We were able to conduct scenarios in their local courthouse.
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.