COURSE:

 

Fundamental, Progressive and Contemporary Police SWAT Tactics



LEARNING OBJECTIVE:

 

The objective of this course is to provide the student with a full and comprehensive range of SWAT tactics, concepts, principles and protocols to achieve the skills required to operate on a SWAT team.

 

 

 

CONTENT:

 

  • Leadership is examined and discussed.

 

  • Teamwork is examined and discussed.

 

  • Tactical shooting is conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Physical training is conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • The development of operations orders is conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Tactics for approaching, overwatching and covering, breaching, distracting, entering, clearing, securing and disengaging a crisis site for high risk incident resolution are presented, conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Tactical formations are conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Vehicle take-down tactics are conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Less lethal devices are utilized, examined and discussed.

 

  • Chemical agents and protective masks are utilized, examined and discussed.

 

  • Distraction devices are utilized, examined and discussed.

 

  • Emergency and immediate action tactics are presented, conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Breaching tools, methods and tactics are presented, conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Communications are established, examined and discussed.

 

  • Tactical gear, equipment, weapons and technology are examined and discussed.

 

  • Tactical concepts, principles and protocols are presented, examined and discussed.

 

  • Stealth insertions into crisis site structures are conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Open area tactical search and patrol is conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Physical control of people is conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • Low light tactical operations are conducted, examined and discussed.

 

  • High risk dignitary protection tactics are presented, conducted, examined and discussed.

 

 

 

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

 

The student is required to successfully complete course work, research project, practical exercises, and final assessment for certification by the USTRMC.

 

 

 

LENGTH OF COURSE:

 

This course is forty-eight (48) hours.

 

 

 

COST OF COURSE:

 

The cost of this course is $300.00 (three hundred dollars).

 

 

 

COURSE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT LINK:

 

PAYPAL

 

 

 

CONTACT:

 

e-mail:  sdintino@ustrmc.org

 

Telephone:  610-656-0176

 

Fax:  610-384-6385