Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office Search & Rescue Building
10865 N. Ramsey Rd, Hayden, ID 83835
Hosted By Kootenai County Sheriff’s OfficeDATES: April 15-19, 2019CLASS TIMES: 0800 – 1700CLASS LOCATION:Thurston County SO Patrol Building, 7721 New Market St. SW, Tumwater, WA 98501COURSE DESCRIPTION:This 40-hour course will
Hosted By Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office
DATES: April 15-19, 2019
CLASS TIMES: 0800 – 1700
Thurston County SO Patrol Building, 7721 New Market St. SW, Tumwater, WA 98501
This 40-hour course will combine classroom instruction with group exercises. Command considerations for the management of law enforcement tactical teams before, during, and after response to tactical operations will be the focus of this course. Topics covered include but are not limited to:
Command leadership, critical thinking, and decision making
Strategic planning for tactical teams
Commander’s responsibilities for SWAT OIS
Tactical strategy & operational tempo
High risk warrant service, barricaded subject, & hostage rescue considerations
STUDENT EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS:
Laptop computer (a PDF will be provided to attendees prior to class start – no printed course manual is handed out, all course documents are on provided thumb drive.
Note taking material
$625 (Payment by check to Trinity Tactical Consulting, LLC – address is preferred: 2457 N Rhode Island Court, Kennewick, WA 99336). Full tuition payment required for registration.
Contact Trinity Tactical (email@example.com or 509-820-0315) with student name, rank/position, agency, contact email and phone number.
Refundable with 30-day notice prior to class date. Student substitution allowed.
Wayne DuBois-– A police sergeant with more than 21 years of law enforcement experience and active SWAT team member for 20 years. During his career, Wayne has responded to and/or supervised hundreds of critical incidents, including several hundred barricaded suspects, armed suicidal subjects, and hostage situations. Prior to law enforcement, Wayne served 4 years on active duty as a ground surveillance systems operator in the U.S. Army, including deployment to Southwest Asia for 6 months during Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Currently he is a Patrol Sergeant at his agency and Team Leader for his large regional SWAT Team (2005 to present). Named SWAT Officer of the Year and Police Officer of the Year by the Benton County Sheriff’s Office. Wayne serves as a Western Region Director for the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) and instructs in the NTOA’s Command Cadre. He is a certified instructor in multiple disciplines and has had two published articles on SWAT procedures and operations in a national publication, “The Tactical Edge.” Wayne holds a M.A. in Executive Leadership from Liberty University.
Trinity Tactical Consulting, LLCtrinitytactical@yahoo.com | (509) 820-03152457 N Rhode Island Court, Kennewick, WA 99336
About the instructor: Ken Kollmann is a veteran 23 year police patrol officer who started his law enforcement career with the Los Angeles Police Department in 1996 where he worked
About the instructor: Ken Kollmann is a veteran 23 year police patrol officer who started his law enforcement career with the Los Angeles Police Department in 1996 where he worked Hollywood and Foothill Division. He transferred to Washington State in 2000 and currently works patrol. Ken is a retired U.S. Marine Infantry Platoon leader and served 20 years on both active duty and the reserves. He is a 16 year SWAT operator and team leader who was recently the first person in the nation to be certified by the National Tactical Officers Association as a tactical leader by the NTOA command college. Ken has been involved in several deadly force incidents as a SWAT operator and frequently talks about lessons learned from those encounters. Ken is currently a tactics instructor and FTO for his Department. He is the recipient of the Medal of Valor, Distinguished Service Medal, Exceptional Service Award, and numerous commendations from LAPD and his current agency.
Ken will cover proven patrol tactics he learned from the streets of Los Angeles and how to recognize pre-attack indicators. Subjects he will cover- Counter ambush survival tactics for patrol officers, mindset, training, and response to violent encounters when they are not expected. Ken will go over simple drills that will give you the advantage if ever involved in a violent encounter. In addition, he will review his “best practices” of contact and cover, FI, traffic stops, tactical movement, and officer rescue using classroom and practical application methods of instruction. Ken will share his years of knowledge and experience from working the streets as a patrol officer and SWAT team leader.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING?
New or veteran police officers and supervisors who want to see if they are following the best practices for patrol operations and for those who want to learn about street survival tactics.
Sim/blue weapon system (handgun), 100 rounds of sim ammunition, duty belt for sim weapon, patrol ballistic vest, eye/ear protection (no force on force). Sims will be used for drills conducted in counter ambush training. Rain gear (if needed).