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Srr Traffic courses for law enforcement officers Contemporary Building Search for Patrol and Investigatory Personnel
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Officers Tim Murphy, left, and John Summers, right, demonstrate how to search a building.


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Registration/Check-in:           7:30AM - 8:00AM   

Class Hours :                            8:00AM - 4:00PM

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The vast majority of building searches are not performed by tactical units but by patrol officers and detectives yet most agencies offer no training in this critical function to these officers except at the police academy and during the field training program. Searching buildings for suspects in hiding is a critical and often life threatening skill which must receive on-going and continual training.

This 1 - day course will deal with searching a wide variety of structures including commercial, residential and government style buildings. Officers in this course will deal with all lighting conditions and will execute these searches utilizing both small and large groups to achieve a balance of search speed, consistency and safety while at the same time taking into account the staffing levels of smaller agencies.

Who should attend this course:

Supervisors, patrol officers, detectives, gang unit officers, correctional officers, parole and probation officers, Federal, State and municipal law enforcement officers, and military personnel.

Course Content:

  • Case Studies
  • De-briefs of Actual Events
  • Classroom examination of Building Search Tactics
  • Hands-on Building Search Tactics

(The following components will be introduced to show the differences between each, some such as the Officer/Civilian Down and Active Shooter, will be but a small part of a much larger, separate class. They are presented here for comparison purposes only)                 

  • Two officer search
  • Four officer search
  • Searching with K9’s
  • Common obstructions
  • Stairs and Entry Points
  • Dynamic v. Hidden Search Techniques
  • Officer/Civilian Down within structure *
  • Active Shooter *


Instructor:  Sgt. Scott Oldham, Bloomington, IN is an eighteen year law enforcement veteran with over thirteen years assigned to his agency’s Special Weapons and Tactics unit where he currently commands the primary entry team. Sgt Oldham has instructed officers from many different law enforcement agencies on a wide variety of operational and tactics based topics. Sgt. Oldham has been involved in, planned and lead numerous tactical operations including resolution of incidents involving barricaded suspects, high risk warrant services and the rescue of persons held hostage

Sgt. Oldham is a published author contributing to such magazines as S.W.A.T., Tactical Response and Law and Order. He currently writes the bi-monthly “The Sergeant” column for Hendon Publications’ Law and Order magazine where he focuses on topics important to first line supervisors.

Instructor: Sgt. Mick Williams, Bloomington, IN, is a thirteen year law enforcement veteran where he has been involved in the training and development of special operations units within his agency for several years.  He is a certified Indiana Law Enforcement Instructor where he specializes in Physical Tactics, Emergency Vehicle Operations and Firearms,  He has developed training programs in defensive tactics, cvivl disturbance tactics, less lethal tactics, firearms, EVO, basic SWAT and other topics. 

Sgt. Williams is a regular contributor to Law and Order, Tactical Response and SWAT Magazine.

Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 199 US

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