EVOC - Emergency Vehicle Operations Course
Decrease your liability and increase the safety of your officers and the public. Law enforcement spends a great deal of resources training officers for Use of Force, and justifiably so, but officers are more likely to be involved in a motor vehicle accident. Our instructors have taught at the academy, in service, and private sector level. Our driving course will be tailored to meet your specific agency needs. Most risk managers agree that in service training programs should periodically include a refresher in Emergency Vehicle Operation. For more information on this specific program contact us and our instrucotrs will listen to your needs and tailor a program to your specifications.
Ballistic Shield User's Course
This course will introduce and/or enhance the officer's knowledge and experience in deploying the ballistic shield in a variety of scenarios and situations. Tactics taught in this course can be applied to patrol or tactical situations. Course objectives will be accomplished through classroom presentation and hands on application. Topics covered in this course will include, but are not limited to: Nomenclature of the Ballistic Shield, Care and Maintenance of the Shield, Room Clearing Techniques, High Risk Vehicle Stops, Less Lethal Deployment, Downed Officer Rescue, Pro's and Con's of Shield Use.
This course includes live fire drills, and can involve force on force scenarios.
Breaching for First Responders & Active Shooter Response
Law Enforcement administrators have embraced the concept of the first responder. They now realize that the officers that arrive first to the scene of an active shooter cannot wait for SWAT to arrive. Agencies have shown their officers how to respond with Rapid Deployment Tactics. Officers have hopefully been equipped with long guns so that they can adequately deal with engaging the suspect, but have they overlooked an important factor in their Active Shooter training? Has the agency made a dangerous assumption in trainng that is going to leave their officers stuck on the outside of a building which is in lockdown, or has been fortified by the suspect(s).
Spartan International has designed this course, which will introduce and/or enhance the patrol officer's knowledge and experience in the application of forced entry tools and first responder patrol tactics. This course is a must for Campus Law Enforcement Officers and Municipal Law Enforcement Officers. Course objectives will be accomplished through classroom presentation and hands on application.
Course will cover the proper selection of breaching equipment for patrol, proper use of these tools, role and proper use of ballistic breaching, defeating class, fire rated, commercial doors, and other common construction material.
Active Shooter / Rapid Deployment
This course will cover the tactics used by first responding patrol officers to effectively resolve and active shooter event. Course will cover a historical review of active shooters, review of room entry and CQB techniques, along with formations and tactics for officers to move through structures to engage suspects. This course can include force on force scenarios.
Active Shooter Instructor
This course is a train the trainer course. This course prepares individuals to instruct others in Rapid Deployment techniques used for resolving active shooter events. Course material will cover a historical review of active shooters, room entry techniques, Rapid Deployment formations and techniques, two man and single man ttactics, methods of instruction, breaching, range safety, and other related topics. Attendees will be required to demonstrate an understanding and mastery of skills, which will be evaluated in practical and written exams. attendees will be required to do a brief presentation of instruction to demonstrate their ability to instruct.
Patrol Response to Barricaded Gunman
This course is designed for the Patrol Officer when responding to a call for a Barricaded Gunman. This course will focus on the appropriate response to the initial call, establishing perimeter and containment, Incident Command, Emergency Response Procedures, and other crucial tasks.