Our instructors have a combined 88 years of experience in law enforcement and military special operations.
Classes currently offered on a monthly basis include:
Introduction to Dignitary Protection
- Cover and Evacuate the Principal
- Advance Planning
- Rings of Protection
- Dress, Etiquette, Ethics and DPU Unit Teamwork
- Kidnapping, Assassination case studies
- Weapons, Equipment and Medical Supplies
- Protective Formations and Defensive Tactics for the Dignitary Protection Agent
- Protecting the Dignitary Exercises
*The above course is restricted to active law enforcement and military, retired law enforcement, licensed security officers, private investigators with identification and ACJA students with identification.
Undercover and Off-Duty Survival
Law enforcement officers spend a great deal of time preparing for on-duty violent encounters, conversely they spend very little time training for the incidents that occur while off-duty or undercover.
Even worse than our lack of training, is the fact that our unarmed family or friends may be with us at the time these incidents occur. Over the last few months, we have seen more than one of these violent encounters take place in the presence of the officer's young children, and in the last few years witnessed even more of these brave men and women murdered while off-duty.
Whether you are a patrol officer, spending 16 hours a day off-duty, or working a plainclothes assignment, spending 24 hours a day out of uniform, this class is for you. The goal of this course is to better prepare you, your family and your home.
Spouses who have attended in the past recommend this training for all husbands, wives and children.
Case studies of officer and family members attacked
- Communication issues
- Weapons and gear selection
- Surveillance detection
- Avoiding identifying yourself as an officer until you have to
- When to be a witness and when to take action
- Legal issues
- Tactics with and without family present
*The above course is restricted to active and retired law enforcement, their spouses/significant others, teenage and adult children, parents, and ACJA students with identification.