Solo Response Tactics for Law Enforcement


This 24-hour training will cover situational awareness, mental preparedness, history of active shooter events, psychological and physiological effects of a violent encounter, mistakes we’ve made in law enforcement responses, proper training defined, active shooter statistics, bleeding control in a combat setting, downed officer recovery, movement drills, solo room entries, shoot/no-shoot decision making, directed fire, distractions and force-on-force training with live-fire drills.

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This training might not be for you, but you’ll find that most policies and taught procedures say that first on the scene to an active shooter incident goes into the building. This high-speed solo response tactics course shows you how to respond effectively, and stresses speed, surprise, and aggressive action.  This course consists of force on force training exercises using airsoft with protective equipment. You’ll find that Action always beats reaction; so what if you could always cause the action and force the bad guy to react?  Understand how humans process information and use that to your advantage along with proper use of cover/concealment and tactics to completely overwhelm the bad guy and win.  This course is only offered to active Law Enforcement, Active military, and Armed Security.  You will learn how to engage in multiple deadly force threats by yourself. You’ll find that this course will exceed all your expectations.

Course Content:

Mental Preparedness
Solo Building Clearing
Solo Room Entries
Directed Fire
Force on Force Training
Downed Officer Recovery
Shoot/No Shoot Decision Making under Stress
Proper use of Cover/Concealment
Psychological Effects of Combat
Physiological Effects of Combat
Active Shooter History and Statistics

Method of instruction: PowerPoint, demonstrations, scenario-based force on force training and drills.

Materials student needs: Uniform or BDU, duty gear and a ballistic vest.

Master Instructor: Robert Tirollo

Cancellation Policy

The course cancellation policy requires a minimum of a 14-day prior notice to the event when a student will not be attending the course. The notification to not attend should be made by email through our website, and if they identify no replacement student, cancellations with less than 14-day notice will be subject to a ($40.00) cancellation fee. We will charge no shows without email notification the full course fee, even if the payment has not already been received. We offer one-year future course credit for any no show that is charged a full course fee. This policy is in effect as of May 1, 2020, and you or as a representative of your agency agrees to the above policy by registering for this course. BSTS LLC sends email notifications of course cancellations or venue changes to the registered student email prior to the event, and will not be responsible for travel expenses related to these events. Please contact us by email or phone if you have questions about this policy. This policy is in place because of students that register for courses and take training slots without attending training, which potentially removes the opportunity for another officer to attend. We pay the instructors teaching these programs based on the number of officers scheduled to attend the event, which is figured into our travel cost as well. The lack of communication by officers that don’t attend or register without department approval is the reason this policy exists.


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