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To register for this course, please visit: 


After filling out the form, please email it to:

Terri Hancock
fax 630-896-4422

For more information please visit https://www.nemrt.com/

The purpose of this 2-night (16-hour) advanced live-fire law enforcement program which will identify strengths and weaknesses in use of force low-light conditions in and around a motor vehicle.  The primary focus of level 2 is to provide law enforcement officers with practical low-light emergency vehicle deployment techniques using a weapon mounted or hand held flash light. Level 2 will take students to the next step by identifying the difficulties associated with a motor vehicle’s confined space during low-light operations involving: counter-ambush, emergency evacuation, and citizen/officer rescue.  The class begins with a review from Level 1 and progresses into a dynamic interactive low-light course for today’s law enforcement patrol operations.


All the tactics, techniques, and procedures utilized in this class are for previously trained first responders.  The course is physically strenuous and mentally challenging to mirror the conditions encountered during real world, justifiable use of force situations.   Previous low-light training experience is needed prior to registering. 




  • Comfortable range clothing, long-sleeved shirt or coat and boots suitable for the season.  NO SHORTS OR T-SHIRTS permitted.  Bring rain gear and prepare for inclement weather, if necessary, because all training is conducted outdoors

  • Notebook and pen

  • Hearing protection (ear plugs and headphones)

  • Eye protection (wrap around and/or ballistic type)

  • Ballistic helmet with chin strap

  • Body armor

  • Pre-zeroed semi-automatic rifle or carbine with a dedicated weapon mounted light- preferred

  • Rifle sling

  • Chamber Blocking Device (CBD)

  • 3 serviceable rifle magazines

  • 500 rounds of rifle or carbine ammunition - NO RELOADS

  • Rifle or carbine magazine pouch with security device

  • Pistol with a dedicated weapon mounted light-preferred

  • 2 handheld flashlights

  • Spare batteries and bulbs for all lights

  • Secure pistol holster

  • 3 serviceable pistol magazines

  • 500 rounds of pistol ammunition - NO RELOADS

  • Pistol magazine pouch with security device

  • Duty belt

  • Soft finger gloves (Mechanics, Oakley, Hatch types are suitable)

  • Elbow and knee pads, if desired

  • Comfortable hat with visor

  • Lunch and something to drink


This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board.  It is not reimbursable by the ILETSB.