This course is designed to expose students to tactics and techniques used to safely resolve high risk tactical situations. Topics covered in depth will be barricaded subjects, high risk warrant, hostage rescues and team movement. Students will also be exposed to less lethal options, chemical agents, diversionary device deployment and an extensive firearms training program. This course can be modified to fit the needs of your tactical team.
The bread and butter of tactical teams, this course provides in depth coverage of all facets of high risk warrant service including extensive planning, service options, team member assignments, breaching options, use of diversionary devices, control of suspects, immediate crisis action drills and team movement. This course will also cover extensively contingency planning of high risk warrants that may become a barricade situation or even more complex, a hostage situation.
This course will focus on concepts of hostage rescue to include, crisis entry, deliberate planning, team movement, sniper deployment, team management and team commander expectations. This course will cover in depth, contingency planning and the mind set of both operators and command staff.
This course will cover in detail the methods used to resolve an armed/barricaded suspect. Team members will be exposed to team movement style, personnel management, breaching options, the use of canine and the deployment of chemical agents.
This course will expose tactical teams to the tactical capabilities of the Lenco fleet of armored vehicles. The course will focus on deployment methods of the armored vehicle, used to maximize safety for the team and civilians alike. Tactical situations requiring the use of an armored vehicle will be covered in depth. This includes barricaded suspects, high risk warrant service, hostage rescues, civilian evacuations and rescue operations. The students will also be exposed to shooting platforms, personal equipment issues and breaching options.
This course is designed to expose tactical teams to the “three man cell” style of movement that has been proven effective while conducting tactical entries. The style of movement can be utilized in all aspects of team movement from barricades, high risk warrants and hostage rescue.
This course is designed to expose the new long rifleman to the basic fundamentals of operating as a team sniper. The course will cover deployment, communication, area of responsibility, equipment, mind set, marksmanship, care and cleaning. Students will be exposed to “shoot/don’t shoot” scenarios to test their mental skills. Specific agency policy and procedures will be discussed in depth.
This course is designed to those operators who have exposure or are currently deployed as a long rifle on their tactical team. The course will refresh skills from the basic long rifle course and then expose students to advanced techniques such as long range shooting, stealth deployment utilizing operational terrain, multiple weapon systems, night shooting and median shooting.
This course is designed to assist those agencies looking to build a tactical team or revamp one already in place. This course can assist single agency teams or multi-jurisdictional teams. The course will cover the following:
This course is designed to expose the modern police dog team to training and communication concepts, enabling them to successful integrate with members of a SWAT/Tactical team. This course will expose the student to proper communication skills needed between the K-9 team, tactical operators and command staff, pre-deployment planning strategies involving tactical arrest teams, containment teams, entry team assignments, barricaded vehicle operations, hostage rescue operations and high risk area search missions.
This course has been designed for law enforcement personnel assigned to a tactical team with First Responder training only (non-medic). Law enforcement tactical teams operating in the environment of high-risk tactical operations are subject to combat trauma not unlike that found in the current global war on terror (GWOT). Utilizing the current Tactical Combat Casualty Care Guidelines, developed by US Special Operations; the principles and techniques of treating combat casualties will be taught. The course is designed to provide life saving care at the operator level. Tactical operators must be properly equipped and trained to deal with combat trauma beyond what they learned in Basic First Aid during Academy training. Fire department paramedics cannot be relied upon to deliver timely life-saving interventions and they will not enter an unsecured area. Getting a casualty to definitive care (trauma center) can vary from minutes to several hours depending on the tactical situation (N Hollywood Shootout, VA Tech Shooting, Columbine, etc). Utilizing the current Tactical Combat Casualty Care Guidelines, developed by US Special Operations; the principles and techniques of treating combat casualties will be taught. Emphasis is on self-aid and buddy-aid. The student will be issued an IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit) which will contain the latest state-of-the-art medical tools that address the leading causes of preventable death on the “battlefield.” The student will learn not only how to treat life-threatening injuries, but more importantly when to use the techniques during a high-risk tactical operation. The course is taught through a combination of lecture/demo, practical application, and reality-based scenario training. The goal of the course is to empower the operator to treat casualties, prevent additional casualties, and complete the mission within the “austere” environment of law enforcement special operations.