MILO has developed a range of products to prepare your officers for the unexpected with live-fire and simulation training that they require for decision-making skills while in the field. Our simulation products engage officers to make verbal directives with action capture playback video to critique his/her performance. Our ReadyRange Law Enforcement live-fire training system affords you the opportunity to execute an intense live-fire training regimen on a range of your own in a high-quality training environment with virtually no training constraints or distractions. Additionally, when equipped with the MILO firearms training simulator, the ReadyRange accommodates scenario-based judgmental training and marksmanship skill-building exercises.
MILO simulation training systems go beyond marksmanship and firearm training. This isn’t just a “police firearm training system” or a simple “use-of-force” and force-options simulator; it is a “human interaction simulator.” The focus isn’t just on shooting, because the use of an officer’s firearm won’t always be the right choice for the situation. Instead, MILO offers scenario-based police training that requires the trainee to choose the appropriate tactic, whether or not that requires the use of a weapon. While marksmanship will always be of the utmost importance, police officers’ decision-making ability is often even more crucial to maintaining public safety.
While MILO’s Virtual solutions have “skill-focused” modes that are akin to a very advanced firing range, the HD video scenarios offer a depth and breadth of police skills training otherwise unavailable. These are fully emotionally immersive role-playing simulation scenarios, shot in high-definition video, featuring branching decision trees. Every HD scenario both the standard library and those custom produced for your law enforcement agency can be run in an interactive low-light/flashlight conditions. Training can be performed on a handgun, rifle, shotgun, or even using TASER or pepper spray.
With MILO officers have an opportunity to exercise every facet of use of force from fine-tuning their presence and tone of voice to employing specific de-escalation or force options. Throughout every scenario, the instructor can make adjustments to hone their student’s judgment and skills (be they tactical, judgment, or communication). As a result, officers will be better equipped to judge when the use of a firearm is necessary, or if opportunities to de-escalate without the use of a weapon may be possible.