Officer Survival Training Seminars

Below are photos and information from some of our past survival training seminars offered for law enforcement officers and military officer personnel.

Survival Seminar: Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office Kansas

Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office, Kansas

We were hosted by the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Department for our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Training Course. In attendance were deputies from Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office and officers from the St. Mary's Police Department.

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Survival Seminar: Val Verde County Sheriff's Office Texas

Val Verde County Sheriff's Office, Texas

We were hosted by the Val Verde County Sheriff’s Office for two of our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Courses. Training was conducted at their training center in Del Rio and was attended by deputies from Val Verde County Sheriff's Office and Dimmit County Sheriff's Office. 

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Survival Seminar: USDSA National Training Center Kansas

USDSA National Training Center, Kansas

We hosted an Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat course at our National Training Center. We had law enforcement from two states and five different agencies attend this training course. In attendance we had members of Wichita Police Department, Sedgwick County Courthouse Police Department, Haysville Police Department, Junction City Police Department, and York County Sheriff's Office. 

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Survival Seminar: USDSA National Training Center Wichita Police Department Kansas

USDSA National Training Center, Kansas

Officers from the Wichita Police Department's Dignitary Protection Team were at the USDSA National Training Center for Instinctive Hand-To-Hand Combat training.

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Survival Seminar: USDSA National Training Center Wichita Police Department Kansas

USDSA National Training Center, Kansas

The Wichita Police Department's Broadway Corridor Team was at the USDSA National Training Headquarters for tactical entry/active shooter response training. 

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Survival Seminar: USDSA National Training Center Wichita Police Department Kansas

USDSA National Training Center, Kansas

On their day off, officers from the Wichita Police Department were at the USDSA national training center for Instinctive Hand-To-Hand Combat training course. This course is a hands-on approach to real world combative, emphasizing officer survival and proper use of force.

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Survival Seminar: USDSA National Training Center Harvey Reno Kansas

USDSA National Training Center, Kansas

We hosted a Tactical Entry/SWAT Training Course at our National Training Center. We had the Harvey County Emergency Response Team and the Reno County Emergency Response Team in attendance. These teams are comprised of members of the Harvey County Sheriff’s Office, Newton Police Department, Reno County Sheriff’s Office, and the Hutchinson Police Department which are all from the state of Kansas.

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Survival Seminar: Kentucky Constables Training Conference Kentucky

Kentucky Constables Training Conference, Kentucky

The USDSA presented training blocks at the 2019 Kentucky Constables Training Conference. We provided training blocks Traffic Stops, Felony/High Risk Stops, Handcuffing, Weapon Retention, Control Holds & Escorts, Room Entry/Clearing, Point Shooting & Movement Tactics, and a PowerPoint presentation on Use of Force/Ethics/Professionalism. We had about 100 Constables and other LE in attendance from across the state.

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Survival Seminar: Wichita Police Department Kansas

USDSA National Training Center, Kansas

We hosted an Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training Course with members of the Wichita Police Department at our National Training Center indoor shoot house. 

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Survival Seminar: Fredonia Police Department Kansas

Fredonia Police Department, Kansas

We were hosted by the Fredonia Police Department for our Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training Course. We had the Fredonia Police Department and the Wilson County Sheriff’s Deputies in attendance.  Training was conducted at their high school.

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