Certification Courses:

NRA Law Enforcement Instructors

NRA Law Enforcement Instructors Course

ELIGIBILITY

Certain eligibility requirements must be met prior to attending any NRA law enforcement firearm instructor development school. They are:

1. You must be a PUBLIC or PRIVATE law enforcement officer with a minimum of 3 years experience.

  • A PUBLIC law enforcement officer is defined as, but not limited to:
  • Any sworn law enforcement officer employed by a federal, state, county or municipal agency or military police unit.
  • A PRIVATE law enforcement officer is defined as, but not limited to:
  • Any person working for a private security company, privatized corrections, nuclear security company or private investigations company AND is authorized to be armed in conjunction with the duties of their job.

2. A RETIRED law enforcement officer who HAD arrest powers, has NO criminal convictions, and may lawfully possess a firearm with a minimum of 3 years experience.

3. A PREVIOUSLY EMPLOYED law enforcement officer who HAD arrest powers, has remained active in law enforcement training, has NO criminal convictions, and may lawfully possess a firearm with a minimum of 3 years experience.

4. Certain individuals who do not meet the above criteria may still qualify to attend and their applications will be looked at and evaluated for eligibility on a case-by-case basis.

For more information go to:
http://www.nrahq.org/law/training/instructorschools.asp

Class Dates - 5 Day Class
  • April 21-25, 2014 – Handgun Instructors Course
  • June 2-6, 2014 – Handgun/Shotgun Instructors Course
  • August 25-29, 2014 – Handgun Instructors Course
  • October 6-10, 2014 – Handgun/Shotgun Instructors Course
  • November 17-21, 2014 – Patrol Rifle Instructors Course
 
The instructors made it interesting, added humor, and explained our responsibility very well... it was all very informative.
~ Pamela C.
Ormond Beach, FL
  

Qualified instructors can make the difference by not only teaching you the basics, but also making you comfortable with your gun.
-George S.
Debary, FL
  

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