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: WATC

Wichita Area Technical College, Kansas

In July of 2013 we were hosted by the Wichita Area Technical College for a regional presentation of our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. We had law enforcement officers from the Wichita Police Department, August Department of Public Safety, Sedgwick County Sheriff's Department, Haysville Police Department, and the El Dorado Police Department. We look forward to partnering with the WATC for future training ventures.

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Survival Seminar: Geary County Sheriff's Department

Geary County Sheriff's Department, Kansas

In June of 2013 we were hosted by the Geary County Sheriff's Department in Kansas. We conducted our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training Course for members of this department at a local school.

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Survival Seminar: Mucogee (Creek) Nation Tribal Police Department

Mucogee (Creek) Nation Tribal Police Department, Oklahoma

In June of 2013 we were hosted by the Creek Nation Tribal Police Department at their training facility in Oklahoma. We conducted the Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Course on two consecutive days to get their agency and other area departments on the same page for response to these types of situations.

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Survival Seminar: Cherokee County Sheriff's Department

Cherokee County Sheriff's Department, Kansas

In May of 2013 were were hosted by the Cherokee County Sheriff's Department in Kansas for an Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. Training was conducted at the local high school wresting room.

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Survival Seminar: Creek County Sheriff's Department

Creek County Sheriff's Department, Oklahoma

In May of 2013 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 state law enforcement officers in attendance from seven different agencies around the state of Oklahoma. Agencies in attendance were: Creek County SO, Bethany PD, Drumright PD, OK Dept. of Corrections, Bartlesville PD, Univ. of Tulsa PD, and the Kay County Detention Center.

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Survival Seminar: Geary County Sheriff's Department

Geary County Sheriff's Department, Kansas

In April of 2013 we were hosted by the Geary County Sheriff's Department in Kansas. We conducted two of our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training Courses for members of this department at a local school.

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Survival Seminar: Moore County Sheriff's Department

Moore County Sheriff's Department, Texas

In March of 2013 we were hosted by the Moore County Sheriff's Department in Texas. We conducted a Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Course and an Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. The training was attended by Law Enforcement from the Moore County S.O., the Dumas Police Dept., and the Hartley County Sheriff's Department. Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training

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Survival Seminar: Muscogee (Creek) Nation Tribal Police Department

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Tribal Police Department, Oklahoma

In March of 2013 we provided two of our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Courses which were hosted by the Creek Nation Tribal Police Department in Oklahoma. We had members of their department as well as members from the Begg's Police Department as well.

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Survival Seminar: Horry County

Horry County Sheriff's Department, South Carolina

In February of 2013, the USDSA was hosted by the Horry County Sheriff's Department at their training center. We conducted seven of our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Courses with 175 of their Deputies in attendance.

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Survival Seminar: Newton Police Department

Newton Police Department, Kansas

On October 30th and November 6th of 2012 we were hosted by the Newton Police Department in Kansas, where we presented our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Training Course. This training also incorporated ICS considerations with dispatch and command structure elements. We had 28 officer's in attendance over the two days of training.

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