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Learn to Win on the Street at POLICE-TREXPO West

February 04, 2010  | 


Loaded with a variety of new classes to help you stay prepared and protected out in the field, the 2010 POLICE-TREXPO West "Defensive Tactics Track" will provide you with excellent training and techniques. Take a look at the valuable defensive tactics courses that will be offered in Long Beach, Calif., March 29-April 1, 2010.

Counter-Blade Concepts (CBC): The Critical Skills of Defending Against Edged-Weapon Attack

CBC is a system of empty-hand tactics that provides practical, effective, easily learned defenses against edged-weapon attacks. In this seminar, you will understand the dynamics of real knife attacks, angles of attack, and so many more forms of attacks.

Presenter: Michael Janich, Spyderco, Inc.

Krav Maga Defensive Tactics for Law Enforcement

This dynamic hands-on training seminar is designed to instruct law enforcement officers in Krav Maga defensive tactics, techniques, and principals.

Presenter: Jon Pascal, Krav Maga Worldwide

Patrol Tactical Rifle

With the increased threats of terrorism and heavily armed criminals, law enforcement is adding a new weapon to its arsenal, the patrol rifle. In this class you will learn the fundamental selection criteria for patrol rifles, including weapon types, ammunition, sights, and support equipment.

Presenters: David Narkevicius, International Association for Counterterrorism & Security Professionals (IACSP) and Don Alwes, NTOA

Concealed Carry

In this seminar students will learn alternatives for the selection from the diverse types of available equipment and carry options to allow their own balance of depth of concealment, speed of access, and level of protection.

Presenters: David Narkevicius, International Association for Counterterrorism & Security Professionals (IACSP) and Larry Nichols, California Rangemasters Association

For more information and to register visit www.TREXPO.com.


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