US$95.00. per Attendee


The Tactical Vision program was originally designed for special operations personnel, but is highly recommended for all police officers.


Our Tactical Vision course has the following learning objectives:
  • Make officers aware of the scope of the problem of Perceptual Blindness, and how it affects their performance and safety.
  • Teach officers the mechanics of vision.
  • Introduce officers to the various components of Perceptual Blindness.
  • Teach officers how to recognize the limitations of their vision, and give them the training tools to overcome the problem.
  • Teach officers how to integrate their new visual skills into daily activities like investigations, handling service calls and driving, both routine and pursuit.

Tactical Vision is an 8-hour class that will actually show police officers how to become "trained observers." To supplement the classroom instruction, officers will receive a proprietary CD, containing over 50 training exercises, which they can do at their leisure, to develop and maintain their observation skills.


Arlington Police Training Academy
6000 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013-2842


July 10, 2013



Early enrollment for this course is encouraged as space is limited to 50 students.
For APD personnel, contact the APD Training Center for seat availability and submit the training request.

Contact for registration & equipment requirements:
For more info, visit SNIPERCRAFT, call (863) 385-7835, or e-mail: Derrick@snipercraft.org
To register, please fax the registration form to Fax: (863) 385-7835

Contact for Course Q&A:
Arlington Police Officer, Jesse Manning
E-mail: Jesse.Manning@arlingtontx.gov

Contact for Training Facilities, and Local area:
Arlington Police In-service Training Sergeant, Sgt. Kris Caldwell
Tel: (817) 299-2896 or e-mail: Kris.Caldwell@arlingtontx.gov

Click here for directions and lodging information

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