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Train to Win


"TRAIN TO WIN"
Author: Sergeant William Luther, Indian River County Sheriff’s Office

As officers we all know the rising risk we take on a daily basis with our chosen profession. We can never prepare enough, train enough or be vigilant enough in our endeavor to keep the communities and citizens we serve safe. It is truly hard to replicate the emotional and psychological responses we’re going to face in the event it happens to us. The closest we can come to mimic this environment is scenario-based training provided by a certified instructor within our agency or jurisdiction. It is not about the quantity of training but the quality as I’m sure most would agree. Oftentimes it’s difficult to find the nexus that connects the philosophies of soft control tactics up to lethal force decisions into one training program that facilitates a realistic training environment to reflect the day to day events we commonly face. ..

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RedMan Warriors: Airman Kristine Glenn is the only female Phoenix Raven Instructor


Senior Airman Kristine Glenn attacks life with the same attitude she shows in RedMan qualification fights; when she sees an obstacle in her way she confronts it. Her fighter mindset and determination have gotten her to where she is today. After four years and more than 200 missions as a Raven, Glenn is now a Raven instructor. The intensive three-week, 12-hour-a-day course she instructs exposes students to more than 70 use-of-force scenarios where stress is simulated using role players and incorporates RedMan’s Defensive Tactics Training Suit for protection. Training includes instruction and realistic practical exercises in antiterrorism/force protection, weapon system security, verbal judo, combatives, tactical baton employment and advanced firearms proficiency. The hands-on training provides the teams with the skills needed to protect aircraft, crews and cargo from criminal and terrorist threats while traveling through airfields where security is either unknown or inadequate. ..

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Building Competence through Simulation Training


At the European Police Training Conference in Nuremberg, Germany, John T. Meyer, President of Team One Training Network did a presentation on the topic, "Building Competence through Simulation Training."
The focus of Policetrainers in Germany is to review, improve and continuously adapt the quality of survival aspects to meet the challenges of police service. The two-day conference covers developments, techniques and technologies in presentations and provides training units to exercise the practical deployment of members of official agencies with security and law enforcement responsibilities. Highlights from the presentation and training on Building Competence through Simulation Training.  ..

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Are We Training Figure Skaters or Hockey Players?


Teaching officers how to win, when their opponents want to knock ‘em down. In defensive tactics training, every level of a simulation is broken down into steps. The instructor must choreograph the training drill or scenario and repeat the technique with each student until the students demonstrates proficiency. The instructor watches the stance, the body position and the overall accuracy of the drill or strike. Creating step by step isolation drills is a core component of the building block approach in training. In order to properly prepare officers for real life encounters, instructors must complete the scenarios by introducing dynamic interaction, forcing the student to make in the moment decisions on which move or level of force is necessary. ..

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Replicating Adverse Dynamics: An Update of The Seven Levels of Simulation Training


High level simulation training is a necessity to prepare officers for real world situations they face. High level simulation training is the final building block in the Seven Levels of Simulation Training. In this article, Larry Nadeau explores four distinct types of high level simulations that should be included in all training programs. Nadeau expands upon the concepts that were set forth in 1995 by law enforcement training icon, Gary T. Klugiewicz, and Richard Rosenkrantz, RedMan’s former Special Projects Manager.  ..

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