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Robbie Allmon

P2 Concepts-Robbie Allmon, Trauma Affected Veterans, Frisco, Texas

The objective for this course is to provide Law Enforcement Officers, Jailers, and Telecommunicators with a basic understanding of US Military culture, traumas, triggers and stressors, and de-escalation techniques when encountering Veterans in crisis.  Additionally, students will be instilled with the basic framework and tools to respond effectively and safely to an increasing number of… read more »

P2 Concepts-Robbie Allmon, RBT/Force on Force Instructor, San Angelo, Texas

RBT/Force on Force Instructor The objective for this course is learning to effectively design and implement reality-based training (RBT) utilizing Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (NLTA). Together with instruction, the trainer will gain greater conceptual understanding by participating in a variety of reality-based NLTA skill building exercises by active participation as a team member tasked with the… read more »

P2 Concepts-Robbie Allmon, Tactical Rifle Applications, Southlake, Texas

This is an intense firearms training course focuses on dynamic action while deploying a tactical rifle (carbine). Participants will learn the development of aggressive gun-handling skills, tactical speed shooting and certain skills enabling them to quickly and efficiently engage threats while performing multiple complex tasks including dominating the weapon, while continuously moving. Program Syllabus/Curriculum The… read more »

P2 Concepts-Robbie Allmon, Advanced Patrol Tactics, Oxford, MS

Advanced Patrol Tactics With today’s increasing threats against Law Enforcement, it’s paramount Officers receive the necessary training to handle any situation that arises. This is a reality based force on force course, which is tailored for Patrol Officers to be able to deploy advanced tactics in various high stress situations that may be encountered in… read more »

P2 Concepts-Low Light Concepts

Upon completing our Low-Light Tactics Course, you will be instilled with the knowledge and tactics in the use of a flashlight in all situations ranging from administrative activities to vehicle stops and lethal force engagements. These tactics will increase your chances of surviving and prevailing a deadly force confrontation in diminished lighting conditions.

P2 Concepts-Low Light Instructor

ttendees of this course will be able to develop and implement a low light training program for their respective departments or agencies. This course utilizes principle based methods and is designed to challenge the students mentally and physically. Topics include light and the human eye, flashlight selection and techniques for use, low-light teaching methods, simulation scenario design and evaluation, departmental liability, combat breathing, instructor and lesson plan development and much more.

P2 Concepts-Basic SWAT

This course is a 60-hour Basic SWAT School and will provide students with the basic understanding of SWAT tactics and procedures. This course will focus on the basic concepts of SWAT operations, to include: History and philosophy, physical fitness, liability issues, operational planning and deployment, team movements, tactical firearms, chemical agents, mechanical and shotgun breaching, diversionary devices, hand to hand combatives, tactical combat casualty care, hostage operations, vehicle takedowns, high risk warrant service, and barricaded persons.

P2 Concepts-Trauma Affected Veteran

The objective for this course is to provide Law Enforcement Officers, Jailers, and Telecommunicators with a basic understanding of US Military culture, traumas, triggers and stressors, and de-escalation techniques when encountering Veterans in crisis. Additionally, students will be instilled with the basic framework and tools to respond effectively and safely to an increasing number of veteran-related crisis incidents, as well as meet recent guidelines set by House Bill 1338 in receiving training relating to trauma affected veterans.

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