Street Survival Seminar
The goal and purpose of the Calibre Press Street Survival Seminar is twofold: Keep officers alive and give them the tools to enjoy a successful career in law enforcement. In order to accomplish this mission we need to tackle the realities and complexities of policing today for officers on the street. We are committed to presenting up-to-date information, issues and videos while placing the responsibility for winning right where it belongs- with the individual officer.

Female Enforcers: Advanced Mental, Physical, and Tactical Skills to Survive
This course addresses the reality of working as a woman law enforcement officer. The seminar presents skill sets designed to enhance the proficiency of female crime fighters mentally, physically and tactically. As women in a historically (and Presently) male-dominated field, female police officers are often forced to fit into the male mold of work and training. Often, little has been done to accept or accommodate the female perspective. This class aims to breech that standard.

The Bulletproof Warrior
Led by two of the nation’s top trainers, Lt. Col. Dave Grossman and Lt. Jim Glennon, this two day training event is designed to prepare students psychologically, emotionally, and tactically. Students learn how to utilize the “Warrior Spirit” in a practical way so they can WIN hostile confrontations on the street.

Surviving Hidden Weapons
This one day, eight hour course was created to teach officers to successfully identify common and uncommon concealment areas in household items, internet purchased items, altered devices and specially designed armaments all made with criminal intent to conceal dangerous and deadly weapons. This class will present students with the tools to understand the functional designs criminals use to conceal every type of weapon designed to injure or kill law enforcement personnel.

Anatomy of Force Incidents
This comprehensive course addresses what happens before, during, and after a Use of Force incident and provides model practices that benefit the officer and the agency by instilling the confidence to use force. This course uses video review, case studies, and small group discussion as the primary delivery methods.