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NCJ Number: 63233 Find in a Library
Title: MONTGOMERY COUNTY (MD) FIREARMS TRAINING - INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE
Corporate Author: Montgomery Cty Police Training Acad
United States of America
Date Published: 1979
Page Count: 39
Sponsoring Agency: Montgomery Cty Police Training Acad
Rockville, MD 20850
Type: Training (Handbook/Manual)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS MANUAL INCLUDES THE INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE AND STUDENT'S SELFINSTRUCTIONAL MANUAL FOR FIREARMS TRAINING FOR THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD., POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Abstract: THE MATERIALS ARE PART OF A DECENTRALIZED TRAINING PROGRAM USING PROGRAMMED TEXTBOOK, VIDEOTAPE, AND FILMS. THEY WERE DEVELOPED BY THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING DIVISION OF THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY POLICE TRAINING ACADEMY. THE GOAL OF THE FIREARMS TRAINING UNIT IS TO SATISFY THE MARYLAND TRAINING COMMISSION REQUIREMENT OF 2 HOURS OF CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION IN PROPER FIREARMS HANDLING PROCEDURES, SAFETY PROCEDURES, AND CIVIL LIABILITIES WITH RESPECT TO FIREARMS. UPON COMPLETING THE UNIT, OFFICERS WILL BE ABLE TO (1) EXPLAIN THE LEGAL RESPONSIBILIES INVOLVED IN FIREARMS USE; (2) DEMONSTRATE PROPER PROCEDURES FOR HANDLING, TRANSPORTING, STORING, AND CLEANING HANDGUNS; AND (3) DESCRIBE SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES WHEN FACED WITH LIFE-THREATENING SITUATIONS INVOLVING FIREARMS. THE INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE PRESENTS THE LEARNING GOAL, PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES, PRETRAINING ACTIONS, LESSON MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT REQUIRED, PROGRAM LENGTH, TRAINING CREDIT, AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ASSOCIATED WITH THE FIREARMS TRAINING UNIT. THE STUDENT WORKBOOK INCLUDES DISCUSSIONS OF EACH SUBJECT AREA, FOLLOWED BY SENTENCE COMPLETION EXERCISES AND OTHER WRITTEN EXERCISES. ILLUSTRATIONS, A REFERENCES LIST, AND ANSWERS TO EACH WRITTEN EXERCISE ARE PROVIDED.
Index Term(s): Employee theft; Higher education; Maryland; Police firearm training; Police weapons use
Note: INSERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM
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