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FBI tests shoot, don’t shoot with a MILO Range Simulator

Published on November 10, 2017

A simulator helps FBI agents make better decisions on when they should and should not fire their guns. Agents regularly go through the MILO Range simulator. Wednesday they gave a demonstration. The life or death decisions the law enforcement face are not always easy to predict. The FBI shows a scenario in the simulator where … Continued

Experts lead church security conference at Willow Creek

Published on September 29, 2017

Dailyhearald.com  By: Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer Chicago-area church leaders gathered Friday in South Barrington to gain knowledge on how to increase safety in houses of worship at a conference led by law-enforcement experts. Read article  

New training simulator at Macomb Community College prepares future police to handle force

Published on August 14, 2017

New training simulator at Macomb Community College prepares future police to handle force
WARREN, Mich. – A new simulator at Macomb Community College simulates situations police officers could face while on duty to train them for encounters where they may need to decide whether or not to use force. Full article and video here

MILO Range and SRI Partner to Build New High-Tech Police Shooting Range Facility in Texas

Published on August 11, 2017

New simulator can train police on more than 900 scenarios  CEDAR PARK —Cedar Park police officer Robert Ducroz stood in a dark hallway Tuesday pointing a laser gun and yelling commands at a screen that showed people running away from a hidden gunman. The gunman suddenly appeared on the screen, firing at Ducroz, but the … Continued

Police Cadets Train with State-of-the-Art Simulator at Kalamazoo Valley Law Enforcement Training Center

Published on May 4, 2017

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USAF airmen from 129th Security Forces Squadron train on a state-of-the-art MILO Range 300

Published on April 5, 2017

Bodies run into darkness screaming for the chaos to stop as weapons are waived and fingers rest on triggers. Shots go off but only seem to be flashes of lights.  The enemy lay incapacitated as the two members of the 129th Security Forces Squadron turn to see their results. The Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives (MILO) … Continued

USAF airmen from the 129th Security Forces Squadron train on a state-of-the-art MILO Range: A 300°

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CHP using virtual reality to train for emotionally distressed encounters

Published on March 19, 2017

Police departments across the country are working to improve the way they respond to calls involving emotionally-distressed individuals. The California Highway Patrol is using new technology to do it. John Blackstone has more. Watch the video

CHP using virtual reality to train for emotionally distressed encounters

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Shoot, don’t shoot training sharpens police skills

Published on March 6, 2017

Albany Police officer Aaron Davis approached a jumble of cars in a lot in the midday sun on Friday. He was on a “shots fired” call, so his gun was drawn. He keyed in on the open driver door on a truck. When a man emerged from the truck, Davis raised his weapon and shouted, … Continued