Firearms Retention/Recovery and Disarming Instructor class is a 16-hour course designed to promote techniques for self-protection that effectively and efficiently deal with aggravated-assault level resistors who are attempting to disarm the officer.
Within this course, the participant will learn and understand:
- The principles of handgun and long gun defense and disarming
- Targeting principles
- Proper psychomotor skills involved in their employment
- How the various components of Level Two and Three tactics are applied to these serious and potentially life threatening situations
The Participant will understand the guidelines:
- Surrounding the use of force at this level of threat
- Proper means of instruction and testing
- Theoretical background to analyze other similar programs in order to develop agency specific programs consistent with agency policies
- Fully equipped duty belt and the inert-firearm carried on duty
- Tape for wrists
- Elbow, forearm and kneepads
- Mouth guard
- Airsoft pistol, and eye protection are also required for participation
- Impact resistant suit such as FIST or Red Man type gear as well
- Overview F R/D tactics principles, concepts and statistics
- Striking tactics and drills
- Training equipment needs
- Handgun retention
- Long-gun retention
- Handgun disarming
- Long-gun disarming
- Grounded handgun retention and recovery
- Braced-contact shooting principles and secondary weapons use
- Disarm attempts and use of force issues
Prerequisite: Defensive Tactics Instructor Course #2076 and Ground Survival Tactics Instructor
Course #2187 because of the physical nature of the class, participants are required to
sign a liability waiver.
Dress Code & Identification:
Visitors attending training at WSCJTC are encouraged to wear their agency logo shirt/uniform or agency ID badge while on campus. If you are not wearing agency identification, you will be asked to check in at the front desk and will be provided with a clip-on visitor's identification card.
Recertification course: Firearms Retention and Disarming Instuctor Course #2174, is an 8 hour course, and
should be attended within 3 years of last certification.
- 8:00 am-5:00 pm
- Thursday and Friday
- Dates and locations listed below
How To Apply:
Online Registration-LMS (Only agency authorized personnel can access this tool. Contact your Training Manager on your local procedures).
Questions: Contact LMS Help Desk |
Course, Program or Policy Questions:
Bob Bragg |
Revised March 2016
||Start & End Date
||June 16 -17, 2016
||Spokane Police Training Center
2302 N Waterworks St
Spokane WA 99212
|Open / $250
Cost increase is for this session only and is due to the location.