High Risk Vehicle Stops (HRVS) Instructor Workshop
Course Duration: 2 Days
Cost: $600 CDN
Course Requirements: LE, Peace Officer, Corrections, or MIL
The HRVS Instructor Workshop takes a critical look at the traditional way law enforcement deals with potentially armed offenders in vehicles. An extensive ballistics demonstration in regards to vehicle performance will cover deflection, deformation and penetration in regards to utilizing vehicles as cover and concealment.
Various force on force or ‘Simunition’ scenarios will be used to analyze tactics, techniques and procedures to determine what is valid when fought with opposition and what is insufficient. Live videos that examine human behaviour will be reviewed in relation to operational HRVS applications. This is a problem-solving course that will run until the objectives are completed; please come prepared.
NOTE: If an agency is hosting a VCQB 2 or 3-day course, the HRVS Instructor Workshop can be added as a single day of training at a reduced cost. If this is the situation please contact us for clarification and requirements.
- Handgun with at least 3 reliable magazines.
- ‘Simunition’ or Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (NLTA) weapon system conversion kit.
- Approved duty holster, duty belt and magazine pouches.
[Note: No SERPA holsters are allowed]
- Valid soft body armor (SBA) and/or ballistic plates if used operationally.
- 250 rounds of ‘Simunition’ or NLTA handgun ammunition.
- CAT of SOF-T tourniquet on person is mandatory; IFAK is recommended.
- Eye protection and electronic ear protection.
- NLTA full-face, neck and groin protection.
- Appropriate clothing; long sleeve shirt, pants, gloves and knee pads are mandatory.
- Weapons maintenance equipment, notepad, pen and permanent marker.
- Food and water as required.
- Current Canadian law enforcement, peace officer, corrections or active military status.
- Legal firearm; department issued and/or personally owned with paperwork as well as an NLTA firearm conversion system for handgun.
- Able to demonstrate and employ safe weapons handling during courses of fire.
- Agency issued basic instructor certificate (firearms, defensive tactics, etc) is strongly recommended.
- Previous intermediate to advanced firearms training to include movement, barricades, communication with others and adverse shooting positions are recommended.
If you have any questions about the course, requirements or prerequisites, please do not hesitate to contact us ahead of time.