The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) is pleased to announce that the four NTOA Training Seminars offered at SHOT Show 2016, held Jan. 19 – 22, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada, proved to be a sold-out success and some of the most highly demanded sessions available. The NTOA taught four seminars on current hot topics, including: Active Shooter Update and the Advanced Police Officer, Understanding the 2015 NTOA Tactical Response and Operations Standard, Law Enforcement Response to Suicidal Persons and Tactical Tips and Truths.
“We were extremely happy with the demand for our courses. The NTOA is looking forward to another year of sold-out law enforcement educational seminars. Hopefully we are able to add additional courses to the 2017 schedule so that everyone who would like to attend is able to,” said Don Kester, the NTOA’s Director of Training and Education.
As part of the Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP), participants of the NTOA Training Seminars received a Certificate of Attendance upon completion, confirming their course participation. This certificate can be used to document training. The LEEP program focuses on teaching protection measures and tactical execution.
In an excerpt taken from Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Mike Wood’s recent PoliceOne.com article “SHOT Show 2016: How active shooter attacks are evolving (and how cops can prepare),” Wood stated that “the SHOT Show Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP) offers law enforcement attendees the opportunity to learn more about hot topics from some of the industry’s top experts. This experience and knowledge is especially evident when instructors from NTOA take the stage.”
The NTOA is proud to offer these training seminars during the annual SHOT Show and contribute to the law enforcement attendance rise year after year. This year’s SHOT Show saw the addition of a fourth NTOA Training Seminar (from three in 2015) and continued demand for more information and seminars from its attendees.
For more information on the National Tactical Officers Association, visit www.ntoa.org or call 800-279-9127. Join the NTOA today to start receiving the benefits of better training and stay on top of the ever changing and challenging world of law enforcement.