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: Eng School of Self-Defense

Eng School of Self-Defense, South Carolina

We were invited to our good friend and Deputy Sheriff Lt. Brian Boling's gym in Clover, SC where we presented a course for law enforcemtent officers and Master Boling's students.

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Survival Seminar: York County Sheriff's Department 2014

York County Sheriff's Department, South Carolina

In June of 2014 we were hosted by the York County Sheriff's Department in South Carolina. We conducted the Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course and had 15 Officers in attendance from the following agencies around the state: York County Sheriff's Department, Charleston Police Department, Cayce Department of Public Safety, and the U.S. Park Ranger Service.

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Survival Seminar: Geary County Sheriff's Department 2014

Geary County Sheriff's Department, Kansas

In June of 2014 we were hosted by the Geary County Sheriff's Department in Kansas. We conducted our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training Course at a local school with 8 members of their agency.

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Survival Seminar: Columbia County Sheriff's Department 2014

Columbia County Sheriff's Department, Florida

In May of 2014 we were hosted by the Columbia County Sheriff's Department in Florida. We conducted our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training Course at a local school. We had 13 in attendance from the Columbia County Sheriff's Department.

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Survival Seminar: Creek County Sheriff's Department 2014

Creek County Sheriff's Department, Oklahoma

In March of 2014 we were hosted by the Creek County Sheriff's Department in Oklahoma for an Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. We had city, county, and U.S. Military law enforcement officers in attendance from eight different agencies around the state of Oklahoma. Agencies in attendance were: Creek County SO, Bartlesville PD, Poteau PD, Tulsa County SO, Clinton PD, Claremore PD, Tulsa Housing Authority, and the Oklahoma Air National Guard.

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Survival Seminar: RJ Corman Railroad Police Dept

R J Corman Railroad Police Department, Kentucky

In March of 2014 we were hosted by the R.J. Corman Railroad Police Department in Kentucky where we presented an Active Shooter Response/Tactical Entry Training Course and a Defensive Tactics/Use of Force Course.

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Survival Seminar: Horry County Sheriff's Department

Horry County Sheriff's Department, South Carolina

In February of 2014 we were hosted by the Horry County Sheriff's Department in South Carolina where we conducted 4 training classes with 179 officers trained.

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Survival Seminar: Brown County Sheriff's Department

Brown County Sheriff's Department, Kansas

In December of 2013 we were hosted by the Brown County Sheriff's Department in Hiawatha, KS. We conducted our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training Course at a local school. We had 10 in attendance from the Brown County Sheriff's Department and the Hiawatha Police Department.

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Survival Seminar: Harvey County Sheriff's Department

Harvey County Sheriff's Department, Kansas

In November of 2013 we were hosted by the Harvey County Sheriff's Department where we conducted our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training Course. We had 12 in attendance from the Harvey County Sheriff's Department and the Sedgwick Police Department.

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Survival Seminar: Williamston Police Department

Williamston Police Department, South Carolina

In October of 2013 we conducted our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training Courses on two consecutive days hosted by the Williamston Police Department. In attendance were officers from the Williamston PD, Belton PD, West Pelzer PD, Anderson PD, and State Constables. Chief Tony Taylor & Captain Marsee of the Williamston PD also had members of EMS and city officials involved in attendance to develop emergency preparedness response planning.

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