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High Risk Traffic Stops Tactics Course
Thursday, September 17, 2009 at 9:00 AM - Friday, September 18, 2009 at 5:00 PM (EDT)
This is a fast paced, interactive advanced skill development course designed for the armed professional. In this program the attendee will receive a practical and functional base of knowledge in the most effective use of assigned weapons systems and tactics when dealing with; high risk vehicle stops, officer ambush/counter ambush, and counter carjacking situations. Students will also learn acceptable and legally defendable methods of subject control, use of force, and weapons manipulation. Practical application exercises combined with stimulus/response conditioning principals and the development of a winning mindset. This program is presented in a Delivered in a contemporary and legally defensible format. The student will develop and define reactionary competence through simulated situations and demanding initiative based drills.
- Developing a winning mindset through positive mental programming (Training to Win™)
- Alternate and unconventional shooting positions
- Vehicle dynamics & Vehicular shot placement
- Principles of combative shooting
- Multiple shot delivery techniques
- Close quarters/close proximity techniques
- Movement techniques
- Shooting in, around vehicles & through vehicles
- Tactical vehicle bail out drills
- Subject extrication techniques
- Officer rescue drills
- Advanced proficiency drills
- Dynamic force on force exercises
- Eye protection
- Flashlight with functioning bulb and batteries
- Ball cap or other billed cap
- Comfortable clothing suitable for physical training
- Comfortable, quality foot wear suitable for physical training
Det. William Duggan, Maynard PD
The Maynard Police Department is a small, but highly progressive agency located northwest of Boston MA.
The primary point of contact for this training at the Maynard Police Department is:
Det. William Duggan
(978) 897 - 1011