IALEFI

Born out of a shared concern for advancing the standards and techniques of law enforcement firearms instruction in 1981, IALEFI® has emerged as a prominent non-profit association leading the charge for modernized, high-caliber firearms training. With an elected Board of Directors from our diverse and global membership, we address universal challenges in the firearms instruction domain.

Why Becoming a Vendor at IALEFI’s ATC is a Game-Changer for Your Business

The International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI) Annual Training Conference (ATC) isn’t just a gathering of law enforcement professionals and firearms instructors – it’s an unparalleled opportunity for vendors in the industry. Participating as a vendor at IALEFI’s ATC offers a unique blend of exposure, engagement, and education that can significantly impact your …

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Team One Network at IALEFI ATC 2024: Bridging Training and Technology

The upcoming IALEFI Annual Training Conference (ATC) 2024 is not just a platform for law enforcement professionals to enhance their skills but also a showcase for innovative training solutions. A standout example of this synergy between cutting-edge training and technology is the participation of Team One Network. Known for its commitment to officer survival and …

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X Marks the Spot

Beginning at Position 1 (P1) with handgun holstered or rifle at low ready. On the shot timer, theshooter will engage with 3 rounds to the body of Target 2 (T2). The shooter will then move toany other position of their choice (P2-P5). From P2 and P3, targets will be engaged with 2rounds to the head. …

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Vehicle Shoot #1

The shooter starts inside the vehicle, door closed and window down, on the shot timer the shooter draws and engages T-1 with 2 rounds through the window, then opens the door and engages T-2 with 2 rounds from inside the vehicle. The shooter then moves to the right rear of the vehicle and engages T-3 …

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Moving, Hitting, and Overwatch

Purpose: Train officers in movement and supporting cover fire when there is no other option other than moving forward or back and practicing bounding overwatch with live fire. Learning objectives (teaching drill): Safety: First layer: 2 shooters. Second layer: 4 shooters. George T. Williams, Cutting Edge Training, LLCwww.cuttingedgetraining.org

Move & Shoot

*Consider utilizing no-shoot targets at different intervals (see attachment) Pass/FailTime limit: NoneTarget: TCQ-95 or equivalentScoring: 70% of rounds need to be within scoring rings LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  Shooter must respond appropriately to CQB threat by stepping off-line while simultaneously drawing and delivering (*) rounds on target firing bent elbow/CQB, no sights. Speed, agility and quickness.  Shooter …

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The Impact of Continuous Learning: Long-Term Benefits of IALEFI Membership

In the dynamic and ever-evolving world of law enforcement and firearms instruction, the pursuit of continuous learning isn’t just a professional development strategy – it’s a vital necessity. The International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI) stands at the forefront of this journey, offering its members an unparalleled avenue for growth, knowledge, and expertise. …

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