About the Training:
All non-certified law enforcement personnel will at a minimum have one-year experience with their agency prior to becoming an instructor and will not be a probationary employee. Supporting documentation is required. In order to attend an instructor class, you must provide proof of the following:
Less Lethal Munitions Instructor: (16) or more hours of previous Less Lethal Munitions instruction from an Iowa Law Enforcement Academy certified Less Lethal Munitions Instructor. Previous instruction is to include Chemical Munitions and Oleoresin Capsicum training.
Certificates issued after the previous training was completed indicating the type of training, the instructor’s name, date and location of the training and numbers of hours, or a letter signed by your department’s hiring authority or training officer on department letterhead indicating the type of training, the instructor’s name, date and location of the training, and the number of hours are required documentation.
After your on-line registration is completed supporting documentation is required.
Documentation must be received within 10 days of the scheduled Instructor course. Hand carried documentation will not be accepted. Verification of previous training must be completed before the beginning of each course.
This course is comprised of four 8-hour instructor level classes covering OC Aerosols, Specialty Impact, Chemical Munitions and Distraction Devices. The student will acquire a general working knowledge of products, both technically and tactically, along with the skills necessary to conduct in-service training.
This will provide a valid Less Lethal Instructor Certification for three years, expiring 12/31/2022.
· Eye and ear protection
· Duty gear normally utilized when deploying Less Lethal Munitions/Distraction Devices
· Body Armor Required (Concealable or Tactical Vest)
· Eye and Ear Protection
· Flame-resistant gloves
· Gas mask
· Handcuffs to include key
· Baton with holder
· Gas Launcher 37mm / 40mm (Mandatory) One or Both
Each attendee must be in good physical condition and able to perform the practical exercises associated with tactical applications with the use of these products