Join Bobby Cummings from Clark Nexsen Public Safety & Shooting Sports for this educational session about using the classroom, range, and simulator environments as a combined set of instructional tools.
Today’s LEOs face greater challenges than ever in our history as they attempt to do their jobs in an environment filled with cell phone cameras in every direction, Monday morning quarterbacks, and many people ready and willing to serve as instant judge and jury in an officer use of force incident.
In order to train officers for use of force incidents, we must be able to train on the mechanics of the weapons but also train when to use them and when to use other means. This involves the “Training Triangle”. The classroom, range and simulator form three points of a triangle the is crucial to developing a complete training opportunity.
Note: Register for LEEP Session LE09 through your main SHOT Show registration.
Bobby Cummings is a professional engineer and principal in charge of the Public Safety Design group at Clark Nexsen, Inc. He offers his clients more than 30 years of experience in the design and construction of training facilities for federal, state and local governments agencies, as well as the private sector. In addition, he is a certified law enforcement officer in Virginia and serves as a deputy sheriff and firearms instructor for the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office in Bedford, VA.