Law enforcement snipers have a complex and unforgiving job. The situations they respond to are extremely dynamic and require critical thinking under extremely high levels of stress. 95% of your time as a sniper on a crisis site will be spent collecting and reporting critical pieces of information with the ultimate goal being an uneventful and peaceful resolution. However, when the time comes to utilize your marksmanship skills that make up the remaining 5% of your time, that is now 100% of your purpose, and failure is not an option. That moment will choose you, and when it does, you need to have the highest level of confidence in your skills to resolve that situation with the precision of a surgeon’s scalpel, under any conditions.
The Advanced Law Enforcement Sniper curriculum is designed to provide the basically trained LE sniper with additional skills to further enhance individual performance in the areas of marksmanship, problem solving, and equipment management. Building on the simplicity of the basics, the advanced curriculum provides the student with drills and practical application exercises meant to streamline and enhance already learned core skills. Students will be exposed to advanced shooting drills which will focus on positive target identification, effective communication skills, and tighter time limits and accuracy standards.
“A high-tempo training course designed to push the limits of marksmanship and employment of the law enforcement sniper.”
What You’ll Learn:
Advanced internal, external and terminal ballistics
Ballistic computer programs
Unconventional and tripod supported positions
Surgical shooting skills
Fieldcraft & Camouflage exercises
Known and unknown distance target engagements from 40-1000 yards
Introduction to Night Operations and IR lasers
Course Location: Pala, CA
Course Dates: March 16-18, 2021
Course Host: Jorge Ortiz, 559.269.3485, [email protected]
Students MUST hold a certificate of completion for a Basic Law Enforcement Sniper course (diploma) from a credible organization, and be prepared to present a copy of that certificate upon registration.