Scenario List

Simulator Introduction

Courses of Fire

Skill Builders

Level I

Level I scenarios are fast-paced, with emphasis on threat recognition and timely reaction. They are non-reactive, and most are non-branching as well. All are shoot/no shoot, with no other force options available. Although not as technologically advanced as more modern scenarios, they contain numerous extremely valuable teaching points.

Alarm Calls

In-Custody

Patrol

Special Operations

Vehicle Stops

Warrant Service

Level II

Level II scenarios are short and fast-paced, but more complex than Level I scenarios. All are shoot/no shoot, with no other force options. Most involve partners, and the teaching points emphasize maintaining control of the situation when your partner makes mistakes. Most scenarios may branch at various locations within the scenario, so that the instructor can escalate or de-escalate the threat level depending upon the student's tactics.

Drug Busts

Patrol

Suspicious Persons

Level III

Level III scenarios are longer and more complex than Level II scenarios, and offer the instructor more choices. Most are both branching and reactive. Some offer the use of OC Spray, Taser, Baton strikes, Pepperballs and/or BeanBags as less than lethal force options. Because we have so many Level III scenarios, they are subdivided into three subsections for ease of selection.

III-1

Alarm Calls

Building Clearance

Counterterrorism

Disturbances

Domestics

Drug Busts

Emotionally Disturbed Persons

Felony Stops

Patrol

Probation & Parole

Security

Suspicious Persons

Traffic Stops

Warrant Service

III-2

Active Shooter

Alarm Calls

Building Clearance

Counterterrorism

Disturbances

Domestics

Drug Busts

Emotionally Disturbed Persons

Felony Stops

Patrol

Security

Suspicious Persons

Traffic Stops

Warrant Service

III-3

Alarm Calls

Emotionally Disturbed Persons

Military Police

Patrol

Security

Traffic Stops

Level IV

Level IV scenarios are the most challenging available. The Air Counterterrorism scenarios call for complex judgment and extreme accuracy under very critical conditions. The Active Shooter scenarios focus on the special problems and lessons learned in responding to shootings in schools. The ICAT program contains long, complex scenarios in which the threat is not always obvious. The student must pay close attention to visual and behavioral clues as (s)he begins interacting with the characters. The SWAT scenarios include very fast-paced action which the student must react to in a timely manner. All Level IV scenarios are shoot/no shoot.

9/11 Air Counterterrorism

Active Shooter

ICAT

Protective Services

SWAT

Corrections

The corrections scenarios depict judgmental use of force situations in correctional facilities as well as in transporting inmates for various purposes. The Arizona scenarios are all non-branching, non-reactive shoot/no shoot scenarios, while the California and Colorado scenarios require various levels of force, including firearm, OC, Taser, and BeanBag or Pepperball munitions.

AZ Facility

AZ Transport

CA Facility

CA Female

CA Transport

CO Facility

CO Female

CO Perimeter

CO Transport