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Safariland 4 Day Less Lethal ICP Instructor - San Antonio
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 Export to Your Calendar 9/1/2020 to 9/4/2020
When: Tuesday, September 1, 2020 - Friday September 4, 2020
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: San Antonio PD
555 Academic Court
San Antonio, Texas  78204
United States
Contact: James Ybarra

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Event type

ICP - 4 Day Less Lethal ICP Instructor

Date and time

Tuesday, September 1, 2020 8:00 AM - Friday, September 4, 2020 5:00 PM CDT

Purchasing Options

4-Day Less Lethal ICP Instructor Program (DISCOUNTED) / $895 / Sep 1 8:00 AM - Sep 4 5:00 PM

OC Aerosol Instructor Course (FULL PRICE) / $100 / Sep 1 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Impact Munitions Instructor Course (FULL PRICE) / $275 / Sep 2 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Chemical Munitions Instructor Course (FULL PRICE) / $350 / Sep 3 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Distraction Device Instructor Course (FULL PRICE) / $350 / Sep 4 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Students have the option of taking each module individually, or registering for all four modules for a discounted price of $895.00. 


San Antonio Police Department

555 Academic Court

San Antonio, Texas, 78204

United States


Our Hallmark Instructor Program provides the necessary training for a changing world.   This course is comprised for four 8-hour instructor level classes covering OC Aerosols, Impact Munitions, Chemical Munitions and Distraction Device Munitions.   The student will acquire Instructor Level knowledge of Defense Technology products, both technically and tactically, along with the skills necessary to conduct in-service training.




Course Overview
Each of the four class modules focuses on a different subject and includes a half-day of lecture-based studies followed by a half-day in the field for deployment drills.   Unique to this class - the state-of-the-art deployment tactics come direct from the manufacturer of the products used.

Upon completion of the course and successfully passing the final exam, the student is authorized to provide in-service training to their agency in specific areas for 36 calendar months from the testing date.

In each topic, the student will receive a CD containing presentation materials and videos to be utilized by the student when training in their own departments.

Day 1 - OC Aerosol Projectors Instructor Program  $100

* OC Aerosol Formulations/carriers/propellants/delivery systems/projectors
* Effectiveness/safety/liability factors/policy and procedures
* Decontamination/first aid/Officer-survival techniques
* Instructor development to establish in-house/in-service training and documentation skills

Day 2 - Less Lethal Impact Munitions Instructor Program  $275

* Less Lethal Impact Munitions Weapons and munitions:   12ga./37mm/40mm/hand delivered
* Tactical consideration in the use of impact munitions in crowd-control/dynamic-entry/hostage-rescue/barricaded-subject situations
* Physiological/psychological effects Liability consideration/policy and procedures
* Blunt trauma/ballistics and energy Instructor development to establish in-house/in-service training and documentation skills

Day 3 - Chemical Munitions Instructor Program (CN/CS/OC/Smoke)  $350

* Chemical Munitions types and forms of chemical agents
* Tactical consideration in the use of chemical munitions in crowd-control/barricaded-subject situations
* Live Deployment of barricade penetrating rounds
* Decontamination/first aid
* Proper use of Protective Mask Criminal and civil liabilities/policy and procedures
* Instructor development to establish in-house/in-service training and documentation skills

Day 4 - Distraction Device Munitions Instructor Program  $350

* Distraction Device types and nomenclature/reloadable and non-reloadable devices/Command Initiated
* Decibels/candela/PSI/overpressure
* Handling/storage/rendering safe
* Tactical deployment/safety considerations/policy and procedures
*Criminal and civil liabilities Live-firing exercises/operational scenarios Instructor development to establish in-house/in-service training and documentation skills
Prerequisits & Required Equipment Each attendee must be in good physical condition and able to perform the practical exercises associated with tactical applications with the use of these products.   The Safariland Training Group trains only sworn law-enforcement officers, correctional personnel, state-licensed security personnel (OC only) or active military personnel.

Required Equipment:

* Eye and ear protection
* Body armor is required for LLIMs, CHEM and DD programs
* Duty gear normally utilized when deploying less lethal products
* Flame-resistant gloves
* Gas mask
* 37mm / 40mm Gas Launcher


* Weather appropriate active duty wear and hydration
Fit for Duty Each of the four modules in this program involve practical exercises.   Students are required to actively participate in these exercises as part of their instructor-level training.   Students should be in good physical condition for these classes in order to ensure successful completion of the courses.   Some of these courses involve exposure to chemical agents as well as the physical exercises.

Students with physical conditions that may impair their ability to participate are responsible for contacting their physician for medical clearance prior to enrollment.   Conditions requiring such consultation include but are not limited to high blood pressure, heart problems, lung problems, to include bronchitis and asthma, or allergies.

All students in this course are exposed to OC as a requirement for their instructor training.

Students who have undergone any type of eye surgery in the past 12 months must notify the Safariland Training Group prior to enrollment in an OC course.   Typically, patients who have undergone eye surgery require approximately six months for complete recovery.   In order to provide the greatest safety margin, Safariland has therefore concluded that any student who has undergone eye surgery is STRONGLY advised to delay participation in this class for a full calendar year from the date of surgery.

Safariland, LLC will not assume responsibility for any students who do not seek medical consultation prior to course participation.   Any student who is unable to participate in the exercises cannot complete this instructor level course.   It is incumbent upon the student to ensure they are physically capable of meeting the requirements of the courses.

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