Who is this for?Police officers who perform asset protection, high-profile witness protection, protective detail for officers who have received death threats or whose safety is at risk as a result of their assignment, transporting high-risk prisoners, & UC officer protection during large events or protests.
Five (5) DayThe 5-day, 40-hour Police Protective Detail program is designed to provide law enforcement personnel with the knowledge, skills and abilities to conduct protective operations for dignitaries, witnesses, public officials and other persons who require this specialized service due to imminent threats to their safety (ex: Asset protection, high-profile witness protection, protective detail for detectives/officers who have received death threats or whose safety is at risk as a result of their assignment, transporting high-risk prisoners, and UC officer protection during large events or protests). Students will receive both classroom and hands on training that will culminate with them functioning as a team while they conduct a simulated full-scale protective detail operation.
Upon successfully completing this program, students will be able to conduct protective detail operations for their agency to include threat identification and assessment, conducting advance operations, coordinating and performing motorcade operations and other protective detail functions, designing and establishing site security and planning security at special events. Students will also be able to perform support functions and be able to provide assistance to other agencies.
COURSE TOPICS COVERED:
- Threat identification/ Assessment
- Advance Procedures
- Protective Detail Planning
- Walking formations
- Vehicle mounts and dismounts
- Motorcade operations
- Support operations
- Concealed carry firearms procedures
- Combative Disruptions
- Weapon Transitions
- Weapon Disarms
- Combative Scenarios
- Direct Threat Combatives
This was a great class. Very professional instructor. By far the best TTPOA class I have taken in my 14 year career.
Excellent SME’s. Real world experience and plenty of practical application.
This class was a perfect example of “you don’t know what you don’t know.” I learned a ton in this class. Far exceeded my expectations (which were already high!).
Total operation was super. Gret content. Great pace.
Great program. I would highly recommend it to anyone in this field of work.
General InformationThis information is subject to change and meant to serve as general planning guidelines. Please check with the specific course flier for the most up to date information and requirements for any upcoming scheduled courses.
- Limited to active Law Enforcement and Military Professionals
- Service handguns and concealed carry holster
- 300 rounds
- Comfortable Clothing you can move in and Jacket or Button Up shirt
- Everyday carry (EDC) bag if you use one
LE AZ Post Certification – 12-455
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