The Mississippi Law Enforcement Officer’s Association will be hosting its annual conference on June 11 through June 16, 2017. The conference will address several 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 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 2 hour course on Police Escorts. Track exercises.
Day 2 will offer a 2 hour course on Brake and Escape. Track Exercises.
Day 3 will offer a 2 hour course on Officer Survival. Track Exercises.
Day 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.
2016 Motorcycle Rules
Some of the courses you may be riding:
JB (Course Design Not Revealed)
N C S
Eye of the Storm
Mighty Mississippi (Course Design Not Revealed)