Vehicle Ambush Countermeasures Training Program (VACTP)Up one level
The Vehicle Ambush Countermeasures Training Program (VACTP) presents experienced drivers with some practical alternatives for the protection of their principles against vehicle ambushes and assassination attempts while in transit. Through various instructional methodologies including lectures, discussions, and practical exercises, students will discover principles and techniques for deciding the appropriate countermeasures required during vehicle ambushes. In addition, students are updated on current assassination attempts and applicable information regarding actual incidents.
- Vehicle Motorcade Tactics
- Motorcade Arrivals and Departures
- Advanced Vehicle Handling Skills/ Vehicle Dynamics
- Advanced Technical Driving
- Multi-Vehicle Precision Driving
- Precision Immobilization Technique ( PIT )
- Offensive Driving
- High Center Of Gravity ( SUV's ) Training
- Vehicle Ambush and Assassination Studies
- Vehicle Ambush Scenarios
- IED Identification/ Vehicle Searches
The lead instructors for the VACTP are current and former law enforcement officers and military veterans with extensive protective, investigative, and police experience from agencies such as: U.S. Park Police, U.S. Secret Service, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, numerous state and local agencies, and all branches of the military. These instructors are experts on the techniques used to identify, avoid, and repel vehicle attacks and assassination attempts. Instructors attend numerous advanced training courses from government and civilian sources and continually review contemporary case studies to hone the program content.
Prerequisites for Attendance
Students must be employed in a law enforcement or law enforcement instructor position and have assigned duties that require knowledge of the subject matter. Students must have graduated from a recognized law enforcement driver instructor training program prior to applying for the Vehicle Ambush Countermeasures Training Program (VACTP). Students must be engaged in, or expected to be detailed to, protective service operations for Federal, State, or Local governments. They also must be in good physical condition and possess a valid driver’s license.
To contact the program coordinator please call:
Phone: 912-267-3235 or 912-267-2334
What clothes or equipment should I bring to the program?
Casual attire is recommended to be worn during this program. Bring appropriate clothes for the climatic time of the year.
If you plan to use the gym or weight room facilities while at the FLETC you need only bring appropriate sport shoes. Gym clothes are provided.
All classroom materials will be furnished by the Center. The following items should be considered for outdoor use:
What climatic conditions should I expect?
The climate at the FLETC is relatively mild year-round with a mean temperature of 68 degrees. Temperatures may reach the mid 90's during the summer months, and down to the 20's in the winter months (January and February). Humidity is high year-round.
- G_VACTP-202 / Glynco, GA -- Apr 09, 2012 to Apr 13, 2012
- G_VACTP-203 / Glynco, GA -- Jul 16, 2012 to Jul 20, 2012
- G_VACTP-204 / Glynco, GA -- Sep 10, 2012 to Sep 14, 2012