Officer Survival Training Seminars
Below are photos and information from some of our past survival training seminars offered for law enforcement officers and military officer personnel.
Moore County Sheriff's Department, Texas
In March of 2013 we were hosted by the Moore County Sheriff's Department in Texas. We conducted a Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Course and an Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. The training was attended by Law Enforcement from the Moore County S.O., the Dumas Police Dept., and the Hartley County Sheriff's Department. Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Response Training
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Tribal Police Department, Oklahoma
In March of 2013 we provided two of our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Courses which were hosted by the Creek Nation Tribal Police Department in Oklahoma. We had members of their department as well as members from the Begg's Police Department as well.
Horry County Sheriff's Department, South Carolina
In February of 2013, the USDSA was hosted by the Horry County Sheriff's Department at their training center. We conducted seven of our Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Courses with 175 of their Deputies in attendance.
Newton Police Department, Kansas
On October 30th and November 6th of 2012 we were hosted by the Newton Police Department in Kansas, where we presented our Tactical Entry/Active Shooter Training Course. This training also incorporated ICS considerations with dispatch and command structure elements. We had 28 officer's in attendance over the two days of training.
South Carolina Training Officer's Association Conference
On October 1-3 of 2012, Blue Line Survival Training presented a training block at the 5th annual SCTOA Conference in Myrtle Beach, SC. There were over 50 city, county, and state training officers from across the state in attendance.
Kentucky Constables Association Conference, Kentucky
In October of 2012, Blue Line Survival Training was in Campbellsville, Ky hosted by the Constables Association. We had 13 Constables and Deputy Constables from across the state in attendance. The morning session consisted of a PowerPoint/lecture on Use of Force/Survival Mindset and the afternoon session was a hands on Survival Ground Combatives Course.
Regional Training, Kansas
In July of 2012, We conducted regional Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat training at our gym. At the training were 12 Officers from 8 different agencies, Augusta Department of Safety, Bentley PD, Eastborough PD, Liberal PD, Newton PD, Wellington PD, Wichita PD, and an instructor from Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC).
Okmulgee County Sheriff's Department, Oklahoma
In June of 2012, we went to Okmulgee County in OK and trained 17 Officers from the Okmulgee County SO, Glenpool PD, and the Creek County SO in The Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. The training was sponsored by The Okmulgee County Sheriff's Department.
Harvey County Sheriff's Department, Kansas
In May of 2012, we were in Newton, KS hosted by the HVSO Reserves training in High Risk/Felony Vehicle Stops. Training was attended by HVSO Reserve Deputies.
Cherokee County Sheriff's Department, Kansas
In April of 2012, the Cherokee County Sheriff's Department hosted the Instinctive Hand-to-Hand Combat Course. There were 22 Deputies from Cherokee County and the Baxter Springs Police Department in attendance.