Safety in operations through reality in training
Police officers, soldiers and public order officers face new challenges in the field every day. It starts with in the everyday patrol duty and culminates in a terrorist threat situation.
Whether it concerns checking people, storming buildings or dealing with aggressive crowds –Training Base Weeze offers police, public order and military forces optimal conditions for effective practical training. Our scenarios, which are specially adapted to your needs on the visibility-protected site, offer you realistic operational situations. Concentrate fully on your training, we will take care of the rest.
Benefit from the experience of our international team of trainers, consisting of operational staff from police and military backgrounds.
- Checking people
- Building and vehicle access
- Safe procedures in urban areas
- K9 dog and handler training
- Rescue from heights and depths
- Evacuation and clearance in urban areas
- Aggressive crowds
- Hostage situations
(Individual / groups)
- Terrorist threat situations
- Threat situation in aircraft
- IED training
- Reconnaissance and orientation in urban areas
- Observation and security
- Demonstrations and crowd control
- Conduct in case of Molotov cocktail throwing
- Protection of persons and buildings
Below you will find some examples of Law Enforcement Training for police and military services.
Rescue from heights and depths
Training of safety and rescue operations at heights and depths
POLICE AND MILITARY SPECIAL FORCES
Tactical training courses for special forces
DEALING WITH AGGRESSIVE CROWDS
Field tactics for dealing with hooligans, demonstrators and aggressive crowds
TRAINING LARGE POLICE UNITS
Police procedures for demonstrations and crowds
SAFETY NEVER STOPS
Please send us an email for further information on our training courses.
The Training Base Weeze stands for a multidisciplinary training campus. With a total area of over 60 hectares, it is the largest BOS training center of its kind in Europe.
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