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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 – Tactical Rifle Applications – LE/Mil Only

This is an intense firearms training course that focuses on dynamic action while deploying a tactical rifle (carbine). Participants will learn the development of aggressive gun-handling, 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.

LE CARBINE SKILL BUILDER 6 JULY 2017 LANCASTER MA

Ridgeline’s 1-day Performance Carbine Course is designed for the Intermediate/Advanced Carbine Operator. The goal of this course is to rapidly assess the Shooter’s skills, then refine and reinforce subconscious Carbine Operation. This course will catapult the shooters skill-level and confidence in making the shot. Topics Include: -Fundamentals of Accuracy -Manipulation Refinement -Increasing Visual Processing -Movement Equipment: -Carbine /… read more »

Ridgeline Swat Sniper Basic Course

      The Ridgeline SWAT Sniper Basic Course is designed for the Law Enforcement Officer who has been designated or chosen by their Agency to be responsible for the application of precision fires or tactical reconnaissance during critical incidents.  Our Five-day 50 hour course develops the fundamentals of the multi-mission skill set required for… read more »

Legal Aspects of Warrant Service with NVG

One of the things I like best about being a travelling instructor is meeting cops from all over the place and talking about the similarities in the job regardless of jurisdiction. Some of the similarities are funny; like nobody has ever owned the pants they were wearing when dope is found in the pockets, “These… read more »

SWAT Team Leader Course & Vetting Entities…

I am teaching another Team Leader course in a few weeks. During the course of a year and with different topics being taught, I invariably get asked whether my course is “certified” by a specific entity. One of the reasons I started a training company was because I felt like a lot of courses that… read more »

Mission Planning For SWAT Teams

It is no surprise that a lot of SWAT teams use the Military five point operations order for mission planning. There are many similarities and SMEAC (Situation, Mission, Execution, Admin & Logistics, Command & Signal) is a great tool for planning to ensure nothing is overlooked or missed. However, I see that base model being… read more »

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