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Ahmanson Recruit Training Center
5651 W. Manchester Boulevard, Westchester
310-342-3010

Elysian Park
1880 N. Academy Drive, Elysian Park
213-485-1258

Edward M. Davis Training Facility
12001 Blucher Avenue, Granada Hills
818-832-3700 more>
 
 
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Defense Tactics Section
 
 
Arcon/Physical Training

Arrest and Control/Physical Training Unit at ATRC - Involved in both In-service and Recruit training, and training of ARCON/PT Department-wide.

▪ Any Use of Force Policy regarding self-defense techniques or the Use of Force Policy.
▪ We cover any impact devices such as the side handle baton or collapsible baton.
▪ We do product evaluations on items used in the field for Self-Defense techniques or restraint devices.
▪ We conduct all in-service training pertaining to Arrest and Control including instructor courses.
▪ We train all employees in weight training certification
▪ We conduct directed training ordered by a Board of Rights or a Use of Force Board. In addition, any directed training ordered by a Commanding Officer.
▪ We conduct all roll call training that pertains to self-defense and Arrest and Control.

Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC)

The Emergency Vehicle Training Unit (EVOC) at Davis Facility is involved in both in-service and recruit training of all vehicle operations Department-wide.

The EVOC Unit provides training in the proper operation of emergency vehicles for recruits and in-service personnel. The EVOC unit also provides training for Department personnel who require a commercial license. The EVOC instructors are DMV Examiners and certified to train and license all Department personnel (sworn & civilian) for both Class A and Class B licenses. In addition, the EVOC unit provides the following:
▪ Executive Protection/Evasive Driving
▪ Pursuit Intervention Technique (PIT) training
▪ Vehicle Testing (product evaluation) for Motor Transport Division
▪ Vehicle Dynamics and handling capabilities of Military Vehicles for U.S. Military

Tactics Unit

The Law Enforcement Tactical Application Couse (LETAC) is a tactical couse designed to reinforce and enhance an officer’s basic tactical knowledge and skills. The course includes in-depth discussion of Use of Force Options, Tactics, Tactical Communications, Firearms Safety and an analysis of OIS and UOF (Lethal and Less Lethal).
• Tactics Unit-EP - Primarily involved in In-service Training and all tactics and in-service remediation training for OCB and OSB.
• Tactics Unit-Davis - Primarily involved in Recruit Training and some In-service training and in-service remediation training for OWB and OVB.
 
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