The basic skills learned by every officer in motor school must be practiced and reviewed through training. The risk motor officer’s experience can be significantly reduced with regular training. This training will give officers an opportunity to hone basic skills, learn new ones, trade information, and observe application of the different motors and equipment being used across the state.training areas, one of which will be motorcycle training. This four day seminar will consist of training that will be used in an officer’s daily usage on a police motorcycle.
The schedule for training is as follows:
Day 1 will offer a course on Tactical Traffic Stops.
Class Room Power Point and Discussion.
Transition to Range (Dry Fire Drills)
Emergency stopping drills on Motor.
Dismounting the Motor.
Dismounting the motor and moving to cover
behind, around, and under the motor.
Motor down dismounting and moving to cover
· Live fire Drills: Repeat 1-4 drills with live ammo.
· Depending on our many students and time, run each officer through 3-5 times.
· Traffic Stops with SIM Guns. Call in stop, use back up if needed. Treat Traffic Stop like you normally do your traffic stops. See if you are right or wrong.
· If no SIM guns, you can have them go through the entire traffic stop and then discuss good and bad points. (Motor Position, Approach, Ticket writing position, re-approach, delivery)
Day 2 - 4 will consist of a variety of courses and a skills exhibition ride.
Riders must compete on a police motorcycle of at least 998cc, which is equipped in the normal deployment configuration. No modification to the motorcycle for the purpose of this competition will be allowed.
2015 Motorcycle Rules
Some of the courses you may be riding:
ECMC SANTA ROSA
ECMC THE DANCE
SGHS Dagmar 4Star
Here are sites for course lists