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This course consists of 24 hours and costs $350 per officer. The class is limited
to the first 5 participants.
PREREQUISITE: You must already be a firearms instructor to attend this class. Please submit a copy of your instructor certificate for verification.
This 24 hour course (4 hours classroom, 20 hours range) is designed to give the officer the basic knowledge to teach in-service patrol rifle courses. Weapon deployment, carry condition, transitioning and limitations will be studied. In order to pass this course, the officer must pass a weapon proficiency course of fire.
Please bring the following items with you to class:
Due to recent shortages, the law enforcement academy no longer supplies ammunition for completion of this class. Please see the previous section for ammo requirements.
Clients are served on a first come-first serve basis.
Continuing Education Units awarded for the successful completion of this course include:
"Students attending Continuing Education programs sponsored by the Southeast Missouri State University Law Enforcement Academy must attend all of the regular blocks of instruction in order to receive a certificate of completion. In Continuing Education Programs, which consist of discreet blocks of instruction, the student may receive continuing education credits for those blocks which are actually completed."
- Carl Kinnison, Director
If you have questions or are interested in attending this or any other Academy training, please call the Academy at (573) 290-5110 for details.