NVCJA and the TRC Presents
Decision Making for Law Enforcement in Low Light Conditions
October 18-19, 2018 Time 2 pm – 10:30 pm, Northern Virginia
Participants will need their vest, duty gear and flashlight
“To see a suspect without being seen is a great tactical advantage.”
Most law enforcement training takes place during daylight hours. Very little law enforcement training is conducted at night or during low light conditions. Participants will explore a number of decision-making scenarios in low light and darkness conditions. Officers will examine the tactical use of light, proper deployment of a handheld flashlight, moving in low light conditions, moving from light to darkness, traffic stops at night, burglary calls, ambushes, communications and other tactical scenarios and challenges anyone who has worked evenings and midnights faces.
Register with Kevin Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org For more information on course content contact Walter Purdy at Purdy@terrorism3.com