2018 Training Schedule

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TRAINING SCHEDULE   Click Here for Registration Form


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Training Schedule - 2018

 Upcoming Training Courses – 2018 
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REDUCED LIGHT FIREARMS TRAINING

 

Nov. 7, 2018  5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Registration will be at the Delhi Police Dept.  

This class will have three phases, live fire at the Delhi firearms range, building search techniques in the highway garage and high risk traffic stops.  18 students will be divided into three groups and then rotate thru each station.

100 rds of hand gun ammo is required for the live fire qualifications and 40 rds if you qualify with a rifle.

All range safety gear, illumination device, gloves for the RBT simunitions exercises and long sleeve clothing. No bare skin will be exposed. Helmets and face masks will be provided.

$25.00 registration fee, waived if you bring your own SIM rounds to use.

Registration forms can be found at:  www.villageofdelhi.com

Contact Capt. James Small for further information, 607-434-6101.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Class size is limited! 

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Aerosol Subject Restraint Instructor   

 

Nov. 8 and 9, 2018.  8 a to 4p.  (ASRI)

 

16 hour DCJS approved instructor level course. – Delhi, N.Y.

 

280 Phoebe Lane, Public Safety Classroom.  All students must be IDC-GT certified and must have completed the basic ASR class. 

 

 

Registration Fee is - $100.00. 

 

Students must bring duty belts, or how they carry OC, and their agency issued OC spray.

 

Direct exposure contact is not required for this course.

 

Registration form can be obtained at:  www.villageofdelhi.com. 

 

Village accepts purchase orders, credit cards, checks and cash for payment.

 

Class size is limited, registrations accepted on first come-first served basis. For further information, contact Capt. James H. Small at 607-434-6101 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   

 

For payment info, contact 607-746-2258 – Amber at Clerk’s Office.  
  

 

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For specific information on any of the above, please contact Capt. James Small at 607-434-6101 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

 
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Please take the time to place that blue light at your house this holiday season!
“PROJECT BLUE LIGHT” 
The holiday season is fast approaching, and many people are already putting up Christmas decorations.  Please keep Project Blue Light, in your mind, as you decorate your residence. This memorial began in 1988, when the mother of a slain Philadelphia police officer, placed a solitary blue candle in her window, to honor his memory.  Since that first year, Concerns Of Police Survivors, (COPS), has promoted this simple gesture, on a nationwide basis, as a way for citizens and communities to show their support for all of the law enforcement officers that have made the supreme sacrifice.

A blue light is a sign of peace, and all of our brave men and women wearing a police uniform, are peacekeepers, working all hours of the day and night, every day of the year, to protect and serve the communities where they work.  Its extremely nice to patrol around the Village, Town or County, and see blue lights in the windows of residences, honoring our fallen comrades and showing on duty officers that the community cares and appreciates what they do.

Please take the time to place that blue light at your house this holiday season!
 
 
 

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