During the period from 2001 to 2010, it was documented by the FBI LEOKA that 541 officers were felonious killed. Of 541 victim officers, 496 were killed with firearms, 51.9 % of the victim officers were killed within 0 / 5 feet, and another 19.2% were killed between 6 and 10 feet.
In the fields of behavioral psychology, evolutionary psychology, motor learning behavior and human factors, the significance of distance is often linked to response time and accuracy.
Are your training procedures, routines or even knowledge behavior compliant?
In the case of a lethal firefight, the distance between the assailant and a fallen officer will indicate the chances of survival, proactivity and the human performance. Therefore the modern law enforcement officer must understand the changing human terrain, the dynamic of a firefight and the ability to recognize threat indicators, etc. But above all it’s all about performance.
In short, your performance in stress within compressed human environments is being pushed to the very limits of human performance.
Module 01: Introduction & Room anatomy
Module 02: Weapon flow
Module 03: One man room clearing
Module 04: One man room clearing w/doors
Module 05: Two men room clearing (CeFed)
Module 06: Two men room clearing w/ doors
Module 07: Two men deliberate entries
Module 08: Force on Force Validation
Module 09: Two men room clearing (CoFed)
Module 10: Wingman & approach to building
Module 11: Self Extract