*Only open to law enforcement officers, active first responders, and employed public servants that are authorized to carry a firearm on duty
We owe it to our law enforcement officers to provide the very best training. They protect us and we want to make sure they have the tools to survive and succeed while they perform their duties.
The LEO course was designed specifically to give law enforcement and public servants the extra edge they need to be successful on the streets and highways. The course provides advanced marksmanship skills and drills for those that already have a basic knowledge of weapons handling. It provides transition training between carbine and pistol weapon systems for those that require multiple tools for their trade.
The LEO course provides the best training in unarmed combatives with an emphasis on what law enforcement officers need to know to be able to responsibly and effectively control detainees and defend themselves and others from attackers. The LEO course is open to police officers, sheriffs, constables, state troopers, corrections officers, deputies, or anyone in public service with a duty to carry.
When & Where:
August 1-3, 2022
Monday (August 1) 8am-4pm (Range at the Training Foundation - Rifle)
Tuesday (August 2) 7am-12pm (Gym at the Training Foundation) 1pm-5pm (Range at the Training Foundation - Handgun)
Wednesday (August 3) 7am-12pm (Gym at the Training Foundation) 1pm-5pm (Range at the Training Foundation - Handgun)
Learn from some of the best instructors in the world, with decades of experience in shooting and fighting.
You will spend the first day learning the rapid and effective employment of the carbine rifle system. The next two days will be split between the mats and the range, learning defensive tactics, weapons retention, and firearms handling and transitioning from one weapon system to another.
What You'll Learn:
DAY 1 We will cover the education of ancillary equipment selection and set up for carbine operations to include loading, firing, reducing malfunctions and clearing procedures of a carbine as they are critical elements of this instruction. Practice marksmanship and zeroing techniques and procedures. Shoot, move, utilize cover all with physical and mental stress applications.
DAY 2 Gym: You will learn a combination of handpicked defensive tactics and fighting strategies from around the world. Our techniques were developed by our instructors based on real-world experiences in fighting both overseas and in the highest levels of the UFC.
Range: Do you have the skills and mindset necessary to defend yourself and others with a pistol? We will teach you our preferred shooting methods, and explain why we do things the way we do. You will learn to rapidly draw, shoot, and reload your gun
Gym:We increase the pressure by adding weapons and arming you with self-defense tactics that will give you a quick and decisive edge when close to the threat, and teach you to retain your weapons and defend against theirs.
Range: A gunfight is never a static environment, and now that you have learned the fundamentals we will have you shooting, moving, and utilizing cover along with nonstandard shooting positions.
Don’t own a firearm? Shooting packages are available that include: firearm, holster, magazines, and magazine holders. Supplies are limited so reserve yours early by emailing email@example.com.
If you have any questions, please feel free to firstname.lastname@example.org we will get right back to you. See you soon!
Clothing and Gear Required:
2 pairs of durable pants with belt loops and 2 comfortable/durable shirts (avoid tank tops or low cut collars)
Rain Jacket- the event will go forward regardless of weather
Electronic Hearing Protection (to receive instruction while on the firing line)
Extra batteries for hearing protection and optic
Protective eyewear (preferably not tinted)
Baseball cap or another hat with brim
Food and Water:
Our lunch breaks will be short, so you might want to bring MREs, "sack lunches" or something that you can carry with you that does not require any preparation
Bring any other snacks you desire
Bring some bottles of water or a refillable container to stay hydrated during the training days
Please, do not drink alcohol the day/night before training, or during the course in between classes.
Firearms and Accessories:
Carbine and pistol
3-4 magazines for each weapon system
Weapons sling for carbine
Dummy Rounds X 5 for each weapon system
Retention Holsters (your holster preferably will be made of Kydex which is form-fitted to your pistol. If you use nylon or leather holsters you will need to have a thumb break or some form of retention. If you show up without a proper holster you will have to do all drills off the table. No Blackhawk Serpa holsters allowed.)
Everyone at Sheepdog Response is very excited to see you there! If you have any questions, please feel free to email email@example.com and we will get right back to you. Thanks, and have a great week!