ACT’s Active Shooter Module was featured, along with other cutting edge active shooter training technologies, in the May Edition of Law Enforcement Technology Magazine. Read the article starting on page 24.
Congratulations to the Portsmouth Ohio Police Department for winning a license to use the ACT Active Shooter Module at the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police Trade Show.
We are pleased to welcome Fort Hood Directorate of Emergency Services as customers.
ACT’s Domestic Violence, Vehicle Stop and Active Shooter Modules are registered in MCOLES Information & Tracking Network (MITN). Registration in MITN allows Michigan law enforcement agencies to purchase ACT using State Justice Training Funds.
Congratulations to the Gainesville, Georgia Police Department for winning 10 licenses for our Domestic Violence Module at the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police Winter Trade Show in Atlanta.
Congratulations to the Peru Police Department for winning 10 licenses for our Domestic Violence Module at the Indiana Association of Chiefs of Police Convention in Indianapolis.
We are pleased to welcome the Ellis, Kansas Police Department as customers.
ACT’s Domestic Violence, Vehicle Stop and Active Shooter Modules are eligible to meet the requirement for 40 hours of in-service training for police officers in Kansas. The program must be approved by a law enforcement agency head or the agency head’s designated representative. See In-Service Guidelines for Kansas Law Enforcement, Section IV.
We are pleased to announce to peace officers in Arizona that our Active Shooter, Domestic Violence and Vehicle Stop Modules have been determined to qualify for AZ POST continuing training credit.
The Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training Program has approved ACT for continuing education credit. The Domestic Violence Module was approved for 4 hours of technical skills training, the Traffic Stop Module for 4 hours, and the Active Shooter Module for 5 hours.