> Please note that the tuition for the NRA Law
> Enforcement Firearm Instructor Development Program
> will increase to $595, beginning on January 1,
> The current tuition cost of $525 will be honored
> for anyone registering for a 2013 school prior to
> January 1, 2013.
> The Law Enforcement Division (LED) of the NRA was
> established in 1960 specifically to provide the
> law enforcement community with a means to certify
> law enforcement firearm instructors. Over the last
> 50 years, we have trained more than 55,000 law
> enforcement firearm instructors and currently have
> over 11,000 active certified instructors.
> We are committed to offering the best in law
> enforcement and military firearm instructor
> training available. Our instructors consist of
> active and former police officers from around the
> country who are highly trained and well-respected
> professionals in the field.
> Although the NRA's Institute for Legislative
> Action (ILA) is involved in politics, the Law
> Enforcement Division does not get involved with
> political issues. Providing the best training
> possible to our law enforcement officers is our
> number one priority. We have only one goal in mind
> -- to provide every law enforcement officer in the
> country with the knowledge, skills, and abilities
> to WIN a lethal encounter!
> The NRA is a non-profit organization, and as such,
> our programs cost significantly less than those
> offered by various other training organizations.
> We have spent a considerable amount of time and
> energy over the last several years revising and
> updating our current course curriculums. Our
> firearm instructor courses are state-of-the-art,
> and can be successfully defended in any court of
> competent jurisdiction, should the need arise. We
> stand ready to assist you and/or your department
> with all of your firearm instructor needs.
I was trained how to handle weapons the old fashion way.
Serving in the United States Army.