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. ..
This course is designed to give the instructor the knowledge and skill to train first responding officers to an Active Shooter incident. Active Shooter
incidents are becoming more prevalent in law enforcement and the need to train officers in how to respond has become a vital part of law enforcement training.
Instructor development issues will also be discussed as students will be "hands-on" teaching practical skills throughout this course. These practical skills
will be taught with its focus on tactics. Firearms drills will be taught using Simunitions, however, these same drills can later be applied to "live-fire"
range drills or high level scenario based training.
RedMan Training Gear, in collaboration with training partner Team One Network, recently held an open house welcoming law enforcement officers from Central
Florida to experience a new 20,000 square-foot training complex located in Sebastian, FL. A full day of demonstrations and familiarization on the cutting-edge
equipment and training capabilities at the facility introduced law enforcement personnel to the wide range of training possibilities the center provides.
"To have a facility that we can actually train in to do any type of situation, and any type of scenario is exceptional,” says Jack Bruckner, officer
with the Sebastian Police Department. “All the different tools at this facility allow us to incorporate everything that we have to deal with on the