CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER
Brian Fengel, Director
Phone: (309) 690-7350
Fax: (309) 690-7359
Jean Swan: email@example.com
Heather Grove: firstname.lastname@example.org
80hr BASIC SWAT COURSE
Instructor: The Illinois Tactical Officers Association
in Cooperation with MTU #7, the Peru Police Department and the LaSalle County Sheriff’s Department, are please to present this dynamic training opportunity.
August 21-25, 2023
October 2-6, 2023
9am – 4pm
CLASS FULL email email@example.com for waiting list.
Class will meet: 1st day Peru PD, 2650 N. Peoria Street, Peru, Remaining Days, class will meet at: Marseilles National Training Facility, 1700 Army Road, Marseilles, IL
Enrollment Deadline: August 14, 2023
Course Size: Minimum –18 Maximum – 24
See link below for what to bring: SWAT Equipment List
Course Description: This 10-day Basic SWAT Course, will provide students with the Basic Knowledge, Tactical Skill Sets and Foundational Information required to pass this intense 80hr, Performance Based Basic SWAT Operators course.
The course will focus on the following major topics:
Use Of Force
Escalation & De-Escalation
CQB – Free Flow
Arrest Team Tactics
High Risk Warrants & Arrests
Active Threat Response
Emergency Hostage Rescue
Scenario Based Training
The course focus will be on the basic tactical skill sets required to function as a new SWAT Officer. Each skill sets learned and practiced will build on the next course of training and be reinforcement throughout the two weeks of training.
The utilization of converted weapons, marking rounds, paper target and live role players will gradually increase the reality, complexity and intensity of the training experience.
Tactical Decision making will also be an important foundation of the course. Making the right decision, employing the right tactic and the correct level of force will be emphasized throughout. Escalation and De-Escalation of force will also be a continual focus during the program.
To pass the course, students must demonstrate their ability to perform all individual and team tactical skill sets. Performance and reality-based practice sessions and scenarios will provide the students with continuous opportunities to perform the core essential tasks and tactical skill sets.
What to bring:
Ammunition Requirement: NO LIVE AMMUNITION
Each student will be required to be equipped with a converted / training pistol and rifle capable of shooting marking rounds. UTM / Force-on-Force and Simunitions are acceptable marking rounds and weapons conversation systems. NO air soft or paint ball is allowed. Each student will be required to have 300rds of Rifle and 200rds of pistol marking rounds. The ITOA can provide UTM or Force-on-Force brand drop in bolts for those who do not have them. ITOA has a limited supply of Glock 17T training pistols for use also. Every effort should be made by students to have their own converted training weapons.
Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board