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Tour: Douglas County Sheriff Law Enforcement Training Facility and Vehicle Training Facility
July 22 @ 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Douglas County Sheriff:
Law Enforcement Training Facility: Firing Range and Vehicle Training Facility
Friday, July 22
9:30 am- 2:30 pm
$50 HRHS Members
$55 Non-HRHS Members
Box Lunch and Bus Transportation is INCLUDED!
Deputy Brian McKnight, Presenter
Unique opportunity to tour these two premier training facilities here in Douglas County, get some “hands on” experiences and enjoy lunch and transportation to both locations.
The Highlands Ranch Law Enforcement Training facility (HRLETF) is currently used for firearms and other training by approximately 64 city, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies with over 2800 users. The HRLETF also features several civic activities during the year to include the BSA Eagle Scouts, Civil Air Patrol and 4-H clubs. The facility also houses the County Sheriffs of Colorado Association headquarters (since 1999) and NecroSearch International. We will also watch a demonstration by the Canine officers.
The future of the HRLETF is delineated by its new Mission Statement. With “state of the art” equipment and facilities, it remains the premier law enforcement training facility of the Front Range.
(Note HR History Buffs–this is located in the area of the former Arapahoe Hunt Club)
The CODE 303 Drivers Training facility provides Douglas County and other metro-area public-safety agencies a safe place to teach advanced decision making; proper pursuit driving and pursuit termination; communication while driving; defensive driving; day and night driving, inclement weather skills; vehicle dynamics, and limitations; motorcycle officer certifications; crash investigation training and the most recent approaches to traffic incident management.
Registration Form, Hard Copy, Click HERE
Meet at the RTD Park and Ride at HR Town Center, where we will board the bus for transportation to both Doug Co Sheriff Venues