Southeast Missouri State University

Patrol Rifle Instructor

This course consists of 24 hours and costs $250 per officer. The class is limited to the first 20 participants.
PREREQUISITE: You must already be a firearms instructor to attend this class. Please submit a copy of your instructor certificate for verification

Course Summary

This 24 hour course (4 hours classroom, 20 hours range) is designed to give the officer the basic knowledge to teach in-service patrol rifle courses. Weapon deployment, carry condition, transitioning and limitations will be studied. In order to pass this course, the officer must pass a weapon proficiency course of fire.

Please bring the following items with you to class:

  • Magazine-fed, semi-automatic rifle with metallic sights (optional)
  • Primary carry handgun plus 3 magazines including holster and mag pouches
  • Shooting sling and/or carry sling
  • Minimum of three magazines or loading devices
  • Ear protection – MANDATORY
  • Wrap-around eye protection – MANDATORY
  • Shooting mat or blanket
  • Cleaning equipment
  • Spotting scopes – optional but encouraged
  • Rifle magazine pouches – optional but encouraged
  • Baseball cap for safety purposes – MANDATORY
  • Suitable range clothing – including rain gear and boots
  • 200 rounds of rifle ammunition
  • 500 rounds of service grade rifle ammunition
  • 200 rounds of service grade handgun ammunition

Ammunition

Due to recent shortages, the law enforcement academy no longer supplies ammunition for completion of this class. Please see the previous section for ammo requirements.

Location: Law Enforcement Academy

To reserve your seat and obtain training site info, please call the Law Enforcement Academy at 290-5110.

Clients are served on a first come-first serve basis.

Continuing Education Units awarded for the successful completion of this course include:

  • Interpersonal: 0
  • Legal Studies: 2
  • Technical Studies: 4
  • Skill Development: 14
  • Firearms: 4
  • TOTAL CEUs: 24

Attendance Policy

"Students attending Continuing Education programs sponsored by the Southeast Missouri State University Law Enforcement Academy must attend all of the regular blocks of instruction in order to receive a certificate of completion. In Continuing Education Programs, which consist of discreet blocks of instruction, the student may receive continuing education credits for those blocks which are actually completed."

- Carl Kinnison, Director

If you have questions or are interested in attending this or any other Academy training, please call the Academy at (573) 290-5110 for details.

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