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Stress Inoculation

March 29, 2011 by  
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Stress, stress, stress! You will experience stress which is a true test of your skills and mindset. Skills that do not falter in a highly stressed training environment, go on to save lives in the real world.

U.S. Patent Pending

LIVE-FIRE FORCE ON FORCE SCENARIOS

August 26, 2010 by  
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The Perpetrator Range Robot allows force on force firearms training with real, live weapons and ammunition. Simulated weapons/ammunition scenario training have shortcomings of: 1.  Lack of recoil 2.  Lack of muzzle blast 3.  Low stress levels 4.  Lack of audible gunfire 5.  No instant playback of scenarios There is no comparison to firing a simulated [...]

Facing Incoming Rounds™ Range Training 2011

August 17, 2010 by  
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Facing Incoming Rounds™ Range Training 2011 Shooting Human-like Target vs. Live Fire Ammunition! Fulfills U.S. District Court and U.S. Supreme Court’s “Adequate Police Training Mandates” Stress induced training Officer moving while shooting Officer shooting a moving target Low light/adverse lighting conditions Decision based training; shoot/don’t shoot during live action drills Instruction provided in a safe, [...]

3D vs. 2D Shooting Targets

August 7, 2010 by  
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Do you feel a 3D target is better than a piece of paper? Is a video screen realistic enough or does it feel like playing a video game?

Think about this:

Overcoming the Resistance to Killing – Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman, Author
Targets were formerly two-dimensional silhouettes, but in recent years both the military and police forces have been changing to mannequin-like, three-dimensional, molded plastic targets; photo realistic targets; and actual force-on-force encounters against live adversaries utilizing the paint pellet projectile training systems. These are key refinements in the conditioning process, since it is crucial that the discriminative stimulus used in training be as realistic as possible in its simulation of the actual stimulus if the training is to be transferred to reality in a life-and-death situation.

Grant Assistance

July 17, 2010 by  
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We offer a grant and funding assistance program. This will allow your agency to get government funds in order to secure a purchase. Please contact us for details.

Purchase or Lease?

July 14, 2010 by  
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Flexible leasing and purchasing options available including monthly and annual payment plans
Become an OUF Master Instructor and you may run courses to assist in funding your agency’s Perpetrator

Inadequate Training Lawsuits

July 12, 2010 by  
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McLeod vs. City of Philadelphia (U.S. District Ct., No. 94-7495, Oct. 6, 1995, 39
ATLA L. Rptr. P. 56, March 1996)

This case involved a $2,200,200.00 settlement in a case where a police officer
allegedly shot a man who was helping a store clerk who had been shot during a robbery.
This case illustrates the need to train officers in shoot no-shoot situations.
Watson vs. City of Los Angeles (No. BC085132, L.A. Superior Central Ct.,
California, Dec. 29, 1995, L.A. Daily Journal Verdicts & Settlements, Vol. 109, No.
77, p.5, April 19,1996)

In this case a jury awarded a man $4,911,668 who was shot and rendered a paraplegic by
the officer pursuing him as he fled from a stopped vehicle, because of outstanding
warrants and illegal possession of a firearm. The plaintiff claimed he had abandoned the
weapon before the officer shot him. Subsequently, a $3.5 million settlement was agreed
to.
This case illustrates the need to train officers in the constitutional limitations on the use
of deadly force and department policy on the use of deadly force.
Camacho vs. City of Cudahy (VC009187, La. Superior Ct., March 31, 1994)

In this case the city was held liable for a $4,370.000 settlement to surviving family of a
man shot and killed by officer responding to a domestic disturbance call who thought a
stick in the man’s hand as he came out of an apartment was a rifle.
This case illustrates the need to train officers in shoot no-shoot situations.
Acosta vs. City and County of San Fransico (83 F. 3d 1143, 9th Circuit 1996)

In this case a Federal Appeals Court reinstated a jury’s $259,358.19 judgement against the officer for shooting and killing driver of a car making an escape from an alleged purse snatching. The jury necessarily found that officer could not have reasonably believed
himself in danger from a slow moving vehicle, and accordingly officer was not entitled to
qualified immunity.
This case illustrates the need to train officers on constitutional limitations of the use of
deadly force.

Upcoming Training

July 12, 2010 by  
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NOVEMBER 15-16th, 2010 2 Day Facing Incoming Rounds PISTOL vs. Perpetrator 1000 Tactical instruction provided Shoot live fire scenario shootouts vs. the shooting Perpetrator Utilize cover while facing fire Utilize movement while facing fire Berwyn Police Department 6401 West 31st Berwyn, Illinois 60402 DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED 2 Day Facing Incoming Rounds RIFLE vs. Perpetrator [...]

Host a Course

July 12, 2010 by  
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U.S. Supreme Court and District defined mandated training elements covered, Stress Induced Training, Decision making shoot/don’t shoot