Below are photos and information from some of our past survival training seminars offered for law enforcement officers and military officer personnel.
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.
In November of 2014 we were hosted by the Woodson County Sheriff's Department for our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training Course as well as our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. We had Woodson County Deputies and Kansas Wildlife and Parks Police in attendance.
The USDSA developed a use of force powerpoint/discussion in conjunction with the SCTOA board for their 2014 state wide conference. This training session was moderated by the USDSA as well as representatives from the state Attorney Generals Office, SC Assoc. of Counties, State Training Academy, SCTOA, and Mur Strategic Training. The conference had over 70 city, county, and state training officers in attendance.
In September of 2014 we were hosted by the Laurens Police Department for the Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. We had 24 in attendance form the following agencies; Laurens PD, Laurens County Sheriff's Dept., Spartanburg County Sheriff's Dept., and the Union County Sheriff's Dept.
In September of 2014 we were hosted by the Harvey County Sheriff's Department where we conducted a course on prisoner control and ground survival tactics.
In August of 2014 we conducted our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training and were hosted by the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department in Pennsylvania. We had 15 of their Deputies in attendance and held the training at their Court House.
In August of 2014 we were in Carroll, Iowa where we conducted the Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Course. We had Sheriff's Deputies in attendance from Carroll County Sheriff, Adair County Sheriff, and the Audubon County Sheriff's Departments.
In July of 2014 We were in Medicine Lodge, KS with the Barber County Sheriff's Dept., Medicnine Lodge PD, and the Kiowa PD conducting our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Course. We had 7 in attendance which represented all of the law enforcement entities in the county.
We were invited to our good friend and Deputy Sheriff Lt. Brian Boling's gym in Clover, SC where we presented a course for law enforcemtent officers and Master Boling's students.
In June of 2014 we were hosted by the York County Sheriff's Department in South Carolina. We conducted the Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course and had 15 Officers in attendance from the following agencies around the state: York County Sheriff's Department, Charleston Police Department, Cayce Department of Public Safety, and the U.S. Park Ranger Service.