Pulsar will be offering a course on the use of thermal imaging systems in law enforcement operations during SHOT Show 2019, January 22-25 in Las Vegas.
The course titled "Thermal Application for Law Enforcement" is part of Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP), which is co-sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and POLICE. It is scheduled for Tuesday Jan. 22 from 1:30 to 2 p.m.
Pulsar says: "Law enforcement officers of all types understand that day-to-day operations may take them into hostile environments at any time. In these critical moments, the situational awareness provided by thermal monoculars and binoculars can save lives. During calmer days on the street, thermal has pragmatic applications. From tracking and non-invasive search during corrections surveillance and prohibited activity detection to search-and-rescue operations or criminal investigation, thermal technology has proven itself an invaluable tool for any department."
The LEEP registration fee is $25, which admits officers to all LEEP classes.
For more information go to http://shotshow.org/leep/