Law Enforcement Today Education Program at SHOT Show in partnership with NSSF

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Law Enforcement Today is proud to be the 2022 Media Partner for the Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP) at NSSF’s SHOT Show in Las Vegas, which focuses on protection measures and practical execution.

One-time registration fee: $45
(Gives you access to all 2022 LEEP courses)

Learn from leading industry training organizations and product authorities. Upon completion, LEEP participants receive a Certificate of Attendance confirming course participation, which can be used to document training.

Thanks to our 2022 Sponsors
Clark Nexson
Daniel Defense
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Law Enforcement Today Education Program at SHOT Show in partnership with NSSF
Trijicon
Troy Acoustics
VirTra

Monday, January 17

LEEP Meet-Up Networking Event

5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Canaletto Restaurant

LE01

Join other law enforcement attendees, education speakers and manufacturers during this special networking event designed to give you time to build connections, ask questions and share experiences.

Tuesday, January 18

Law Enforcement Today Presents: The Changing Face of Public Communications During an Era of Unrest

9:15 AM – 10:15 AM

Lido 3101B

LE02

In 2020, challenges to the way law enforcement professionals do their jobs came under scrutiny, with calls for change ranging from complete defunding and the banning of certain practices to a renewal of community-based patrolling and stronger public oversight. None of these proposed changes has come without the large and raucous voices of social and mainstream media.
How your agency responds to attacks from the public and media”across all platforms”can make or break how it’s seen by your community’s residents and effect real and meaningful change when needed. This seminar takes a deep dive into the what, when and how you say what you need to and to whom you should be saying it, all while maintaining an uncompromising transparency that fosters confidence in your agency’s officers by the public.

Speaker

Kyle Reyes

 

Tuesday, January 18

InVeris Training Solutions (Formerly Meggitt Training Systems) Presents: Shooting Range Maintenance and Best Practices

10:45 AM – 11:45 AM

Lido 3001A

LE04

InVeris Training Solutions (formerly Meggitt Training Systems) will share industry insights on shooting range maintenance and operation trends, thanks to 95+ years of experience installing more than 15,500 ranges globally. Preventative maintenance of shooting range equipment is imperative for both Law Enforcement and Commercial range facilities. In this LEEP session, learn best practices for general range maintenance including daily, weekly, quarterly and annual inspections, as well as upkeep tips on shooting stalls, bullet traps, target systems, PPE and floor/ceiling baffles and guards. The unsightly side of ranges will be highlighted, involving storage closets, the dirty side of the range, spent brass, used filters, hazmat and OSHA issues. This session will provide the most current procedures and correct processes to maintain a clean and healthy shooting range.

Speaker

Heath ShawKyle Barger

 

Tuesday, January 18

Trijicon Presents: Law Enforcement Handguns and Reflex Sights

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Lido 3101B

LE03

The tactical benefits of reflex sights, commonly known as red-dot sights, on military and law enforcement rifles and shotguns have been well documented over more than two decades of service. This presentation explains how red-dot sights work and why their application with handguns provides a quantum leap in training, liability reduction and officer survival for agencies everywhere.

Speaker

Elliot Ortiz

 

Wednesday, January 19

VirTra Presents: Time to step up our game. Why do we need to train officers like we do athletes?

8:15 AM – 10:15 AM

Lido 3101B

LE05

This course is about utilizing the science behind adult learning to maximize training results. The current mistaken belief is that back-to-back hours of training is the best way to develop skills. However, the science is clear in showing how the use of learning systems such as interval and interleave practice are a much better way to instill long-term training change. Departments can achieve more with less, and we can show you how.

Speaker

Lon Bartel

 

Wednesday, January 19

Trijicon Presents: Law Enforcement Handguns and Reflex Sights

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Lido 3001A

LE07

The tactical benefits of reflex sights, commonly known as red-dot sights, on military and law enforcement rifles and shotguns have been well documented over more than two decades of service. This presentation explains how red-dot sights work and why their application with handguns provides a quantum leap in training, liability reduction and officer survival for agencies everywhere.

Speaker

Elliot Ortiz

 

Wednesday, January 19

Daniel Defense Presents: Roles of the Law Enforcement Sniper

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Lido 3101B

LE06

This will be a lecture/discussion focused on the role of the Law Enforcement Sniper from a TL perspective, their responsibilities, the challenges the face, gear selection and mindset.

Speaker

Jeff Chan

 

Wednesday, January 19

Troy Acoustics Presents: The Business of Noise: Firearm Ranges and the Bang! Factor

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM

Lido 3001A

LE08

From staying compliant with OSHA noise exposure limits and noise ordinances specific to your community and location, there are cost-effective solutions that can keep your employees and customers safe while also improving your “good neighbor” image. Bill Bergiadis, a noted authority on indoor and outdoor shooting range OSHA compliance, inventor of the highly rated Troy System, and co-developer of the USACE shooting range test procedure, covers the ins and outs of these solutions and shows how any shooting range of any size can put them to work.

Speaker

Bill Bergiadis

 

Thursday, January 20

Clark Nexsen Presents: The Training Triangle ” Training Facilities to Provide Comprehensive Use-of-Force Training

8:15 AM – 10:15 AM

Lido 3101B

LE09

Today’s LEOs face greater challenges than ever in our history as they attempt to do their jobs in an environment filled with cell phone cameras in every direction, Monday morning quarterbacks and many people ready and willing to serve as instant judge and jury in an officer use-of-force incident.
In order to train officers for use-of-force incidents, we must be able to train on the mechanics of the weapons but also train when to use them and when to use other means. This involves the “Training Triangle.” The classroom, range and simulator form three points of a triangle that is crucial to developing a complete training opportunity.
This course will cover the use of each of these facilities, the best practices and the shortfalls of each that are made up by the others to help trainers and instructors prepare officers.

Speaker

Bobby Cummings

 

LEEP Meet-Up Networking Event

5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Canaletto Restaurant

LE01

Join other law enforcement attendees, education speakers and manufacturers during this special networking event designed to give you time to build connections, ask questions and share experiences.

Tuesday, January 18

Law Enforcement Today Presents: The Changing Face of Public Communications During an Era of Unrest

9:15 AM – 10:15 AM

Lido 3101B

LE02

In 2020, challenges to the way law enforcement professionals do their jobs came under scrutiny, with calls for change ranging from complete defunding and the banning of certain practices to a renewal of community-based patrolling and stronger public oversight. None of these proposed changes has come without the large and raucous voices of social and mainstream media.
How your agency responds to attacks from the public and media”across all platforms”can make or break how it’s seen by your community’s residents and effect real and meaningful change when needed. This seminar takes a deep dive into the what, when and how you say what you need to and to whom you should be saying it, all while maintaining an uncompromising transparency that fosters confidence in your agency’s officers by the public.

Speaker

Kyle Reyes

 

Tuesday, January 18

InVeris Training Solutions (Formerly Meggitt Training Systems) Presents: Shooting Range Maintenance and Best Practices

10:45 AM – 11:45 AM

Lido 3001A

LE04

InVeris Training Solutions (formerly Meggitt Training Systems) will share industry insights on shooting range maintenance and operation trends, thanks to 95+ years of experience installing more than 15,500 ranges globally. Preventative maintenance of shooting range equipment is imperative for both Law Enforcement and Commercial range facilities. In this LEEP session, learn best practices for general range maintenance including daily, weekly, quarterly and annual inspections, as well as upkeep tips on shooting stalls, bullet traps, target systems, PPE and floor/ceiling baffles and guards. The unsightly side of ranges will be highlighted, involving storage closets, the dirty side of the range, spent brass, used filters, hazmat and OSHA issues. This session will provide the most current procedures and correct processes to maintain a clean and healthy shooting range.

Speaker

Heath ShawKyle Barger

 

Tuesday, January 18

Trijicon Presents: Law Enforcement Handguns and Reflex Sights

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Lido 3101B

LE03

The tactical benefits of reflex sights, commonly known as red-dot sights, on military and law enforcement rifles and shotguns have been well documented over more than two decades of service. This presentation explains how red-dot sights work and why their application with handguns provides a quantum leap in training, liability reduction and officer survival for agencies everywhere.

Speaker

Elliot Ortiz

 

Tuesday, January 18

Manning & Kass, Ellrod, Ramirez, Trester LLP Presents: Qualified Immunity Reigns Supreme!

1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Lido 3001A

LE10

A Review of Recent US Supreme Court Rulings Upholding Qualified Immunity and What It Means for Law Enforcement

Speaker

Eugene P. Ramirez Esq.

 

Wednesday, January 19

VirTra Presents: Time to step up our game. Why do we need to train officers like we do athletes?

8:15 AM – 10:15 AM

Lido 3101B

LE05

This course is about utilizing the science behind adult learning to maximize training results. The current mistaken belief is that back-to-back hours of training is the best way to develop skills. However, the science is clear in showing how the use of learning systems such as interval and interleave practice are a much better way to instill long-term training change. Departments can achieve more with less, and we can show you how.

Speaker

Lon Bartel

 

Wednesday, January 19

Trijicon Presents: Law Enforcement Handguns and Reflex Sights

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Lido 3001A

LE07

The tactical benefits of reflex sights, commonly known as red-dot sights, on military and law enforcement rifles and shotguns have been well documented over more than two decades of service. This presentation explains how red-dot sights work and why their application with handguns provides a quantum leap in training, liability reduction and officer survival for agencies everywhere.

Speaker

Elliot Ortiz

 

Wednesday, January 19

Daniel Defense Presents: Roles of the Law Enforcement Sniper

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Lido 3101B

LE06

This will be a lecture/discussion focused on the role of the Law Enforcement Sniper from a TL perspective, their responsibilities, the challenges the face, gear selection and mindset.

Speaker

Jeff Chan

 

Wednesday, January 19

Troy Acoustics Presents: The Business of Noise: Firearm Ranges and the Bang! Factor

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM

Lido 3001A

LE08

From staying compliant with OSHA noise exposure limits and noise ordinances specific to your community and location, there are cost-effective solutions that can keep your employees and customers safe while also improving your “good neighbor” image. Bill Bergiadis, a noted authority on indoor and outdoor shooting range OSHA compliance, inventor of the highly rated Troy System, and co-developer of the USACE shooting range test procedure, covers the ins and outs of these solutions and shows how any shooting range of any size can put them to work.

Speaker

Bill Bergiadis

 

Thursday, January 20

Clark Nexsen Presents: The Training Triangle ” Training Facilities to Provide Comprehensive Use-of-Force Training

8:15 AM – 10:15 AM

Lido 3101B

LE09

Today’s LEOs face greater challenges than ever in our history as they attempt to do their jobs in an environment filled with cell phone cameras in every direction, Monday morning quarterbacks and many people ready and willing to serve as instant judge and jury in an officer use-of-force incident.
In order to train officers for use-of-force incidents, we must be able to train on the mechanics of the weapons but also train when to use them and when to use other means. This involves the “Training Triangle.” The classroom, range and simulator form three points of a triangle that is crucial to developing a complete training opportunity.
This course will cover the use of each of these facilities, the best practices and the shortfalls of each that are made up by the others to help trainers and instructors prepare officers.

Speaker

Bobby Cummings

Thursday, January 20

Safran Optics 1 & TNVC Presents: Night Vision Technology & Thermal Imaging Capabilities

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Lido 3101B

LE11

Coming Soon

Speaker

Augee Kim, Chris Huber, Mike Sebastian, Derek Hill

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