The Leaders in Use of Force Training

Join us in Chicago, October 26-29 at  IACP Booth #2435.

See our training simulators in action! MILO Range has set the international standard for interactive use of force, tactical judgment training, and firearms training systems. We are the world-leading simulation provider for government, military, law enforcement, and police agencies worldwide.

 

 

Interactive Judgment Training

MILO Range Training systems provide training solutions for issues confronting law enforcement today, such as mental health, elderly, homeless, response to active threats, use-of-force training and officer safety.

Our customizable simulations deliver safe and realistic training options that allow you to effectively train your team.  We are continuously working to improve the capabilities of our systems, so you can be sure you are investing in a state-of-the-art solution that will perfectly fit your needs for years to come.

 

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SEE LIVE: MILO RANGE Theater

Visit us at Booth #2435 to see the MILO RANGE Theater 180

The MILO Range Theater system provides you with a fully immersive training environment. With the enhanced field of view that Theater offers, you can increase trainee realism and offer true to life training scenarios. The MILO Range Theater is interactive from all directions, allowing trainee responses to multiple threats and applications of proper tactics simultaneously.

SEE LIVE: MILO RANGE REACT!

Visit us at booth #2435 to see the MILO RANGE REACT! WIRELESS HAPTIC TRAINEE DISTRACTION DEVICE AND BIOMETRIC RECORDING DEVICE

The MILO RANGE REACT! is designed to look and be worn like a standard police body camera. The distraction device can be activated by the instructor at any time during a MILO scenario-based training event.  The device will strobe flash, vibrate and activate a piercing 80-120db alarm, with the purpose of distracting and stressing the trainee so that they can apply problem management techniques to resolve the situation around them. The device is intended to replicate many of the challenges facing law enforcement officers in today’s world, with flashing cellphone cameras, distracting video recording devices, yelling and interference from bystanders, and externally induced stress that can cause officers to make mistakes in judgment and reaction.   The system also comes with a wrist-worn biometric feedback device, which allows the MILO system to track and record the trainee’s heart rate, and then replay that in the debrief in a graph synched to the scenario timeline so the trainee and instructor can see at what points the officers stress level increased.