- Special Response Team 2
24 May, 2021 - 28 May, 2021
08:00 - 17:00
SPECIAL RESPONSE TEAMS II: May 24-28
Location: McDowell Technical Community College
54 College Dr, Marion, NC 28752
Fee: There is no fee for this training
Length: 5 days (48 hours)
Designed For: This course is intended specifically for law enforcement and corrections officers actively engaged SWAT/SRT/CERT operations.
Instructor: Bruce K. Dixon
Prerequisites: MUST HAVE ATTENDED a Basic SWAT/SRT to register. MANDATORY PISTOL QUALIFICATION ON DAY ONE TO CONTINUE IN COURSE. Students must be sworn law enforcement officers or currently serving in a law enforcement capacity as a member of the United States Armed Forces. Priority of registration is given to NC state and local civilian law enforcement officers. All participants should be in good general health and physical condition and capable of performing minimal physical skills associated with field exercises described in this course.
- Lodging/Meals: Students and their sponsoring agencies are responsible for these expenses.
- Student Equipment:
- Individual Ballistic Protection
- 250 rds handgun
- 100 rds subgun
- 10 rds less lethal 12 ga. Beanbag
- Eye Protection
- Ear Protection
- Simunition Face Mask
- Red gun
- Flash Light
- Wpn Mounted Light (optional)
- Team Equipment:
- Ballistic Shield(s)
- Shotgun 3 per team
- Subgun / AR 3 per team
- Simunitions Barrels (if available)
Description: This course is an advanced law enforcement tactical team course designed to instruct the student in mission planning, operations order, delivering an operations order, and scenario training including: bus takedown, down officer, throw phone, multiple team entry (day and night). Range time will include: mandatory pistol qualification (must pass on day one to continue), coordinated shoulder fire/multiple threat/known distance, ballistic shield live fire, and less lethal shotgun. Scenarios will include role players and simunition weapons.
MANTA training is provided free of charge to Law Enforcement Officers through a Governor’s Crime Commission Grant and the NC National Guard Counterdrug Program.
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