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2019 Entry Training

Building Entry and Rescue Tactics for Narcotics Officers - Team Training

September 3 - 6, 2019

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WSNIA is proud to announce we will once again be hosting a 36 hour Tactical Training for Building Entry and Rescue Tactics for the Narcotics Officer at Camp Rilea, Oregon. This training location is just south of the Washington border on the Oregon Coast. 

WSNIA is a non-profit 501(c)(6) dedicated to providing exceptional training to our regions narcotics officers. WSNIA board members serve on a volunteer basis. For further information or questions, contact us or call 509-342-0427

Event Information

Location

Camp Rilea, Oregon Coast  forestIcon

Cost

$250 (includes breakfast and lunch each day as well as 3 nights lodging at Camp Rilea) or $190 (no meals)

Dates

September 3 - 6, 2019 

Course Topics

Combat First Aid

Immediate Action Drills

UC & CI Rescue/Vehicle Takedowns

Live Fire on the Range and Shoot House

Slow and Deliberate Clearing Concepts

Building Searches with a Shield/Low Light Concepts

Force on Force Scenarios

Course Information

This course is designed ideally for Drug Task Forces / Specialty Units to attend and train as a team. It will be a great team building experience. WSNIA is bringing top notch instructors from around the state who have real world experience in both narcotics work and superior tactics for this class. Limited to 40 officers. The daily schedule and a list of required equipment will be sent to each registrant. If you have further questions, please contact WSNIA Vice President, Chris Foreman at 509-423-6467. 

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