1) Team Tactics (2 day – 14-16 hours of instruction)
Our one-day Team Tactics courses will foster teamwork and teach stress management, weapons manipulations, team movements, team communication, and fighting in basic Close Quarters Battle, (CQB) situations. We recommend this course for most husbands and wives in preparation for their own home defense however it is directed to Law Enforcement and Security Patrol Teams working in team environments. We will help you to develop cognitive combative skills, fighting with a pistol alongside another person and communicating while fighting in a team environment. Shooting, moving and communicating are the core skills we focus on in this course. This one or two day course will challenge your team to their highest level. Our Defensive Handgun 1 or Defensive Rifle 1 or equivalent is a prerequisite for this course. Proper documentation must be verified prior to entry to this course. (MINIMUM ROUND COUNT – 600 rounds)
1. A properly functioning handgun
2. A proper fitting holster for that handgun
3. At least 3 magazines for that handgun (5 recommended if using single stacked mags)
4. 600-1000 rounds of ammunition for that handgun
5. Magazine Pouches for the magazines
6. Body armor if you would wear it while deploying a pistol
7. Sharpie type pen for marking targets
8. Pen and notepad for taking notes
9. Hat or other head covering
10. Gloves (recommended but not mandatory)
11. Knee and elbow pads (recommended but not mandatory)
12. Eye and ear protection
13. Footwear that you can stand in all day (boots are highly recommended)
14. Sunscreen or rain gear (as applicable) (The course will go rain or shine)
15. Enough water supply to sustain you for the day
16. A lunch or snack food (We will not have time to leave the range for lunch)
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Todd retired as a full time police officer in August 2015. He started his law enforcement career in 1990 with the San Jose Police Department. During his tenure, Todd has served in many Special Operations units which consisted of a convert and plain clothed Narcotic Enforcement, Critical Incident Teams, Rapid Containment Teams, Crowd Control and also doing High-Risk Warrant Service with his department and in conjunction with other local SWAT teams. He has been a Field Training Officer (FTO) for over 10 years and AR-15 Operator (Specialist) for over 17 years. This has given him an opportunity to train many new and veteran officers. This has also allowed him to be a team leader most of his career. Todd has served as part of the Secret Service Dignitary Protection Operations for Presidents Clinton and Bush. As part of being a full time instructor for his department, Todd developed and implemented a low-light tactical training program for his department along with training all in-service officers in Active Shooter Tactics, Use of Force, Dynamic and Slow Search Tactics, First Aid and CPR. Todd has worked as a Lead Instructor for a large domestic tactical training firm and has trained law enforcement officers from across the country, military contractors, as well as military personnel with the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) on numerous occasions prior to their deployments overseas. He has also been awarded an Outstanding Police Duty Award, for his actions in June 2011 for hearing the sounds of gunfire, setting up a rapid response team, and arresting the still armed shooter within minutes of him doing the shooting.
Since retireing he has moved NT&C base of operations to the state of Utah. He has consulted with several product manufacturers on development of products for the firearms and tactical industries. He also acted as a stuntman, and a tactical and firearms expert in some small films.
Todd is a POST certified firearms instructor, a NRA firearms instructor as well as a certified force on force instructor. He has successfully completed many patrol, advanced, tactical and instructor level firearms training courses as well as CPR and Defensive Medicine (TCCC) certifications. He has also trained with many of the top instructors in the private firearms industry in addition to some of the leading military instructors in the world today.
Along with firearms and shooting, Todd’s hobbies include scuba diving where he was awarded the William Poelle Life Saving Medal for pulling a drowning diver out of the heavy surf and performing CPR on her and saving her life in 2005. He is a member of the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) and a proud Life Member of the NRA. He is also a proud supporter of Operation Care and Comfort, the Seal-Naval Special Warfare Foundation, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and the COPS foundation.
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