Anti-Terrorism Police Unit Training in Nakuru. The response skills for countering terrorism are being honed by the ATPU detectives.
The Emergency Response team of the DCI Anti-Terrorism Police Unit recently finished a challenging combat riding course at Kedong training camp located in Naivasha, Nakuru County. The program aimed to improve their capacity to respond quickly to critical and hazardous events that require specialized tactics and skills. The training was organized by DCI affiliates, which include the US Embassy’s Anti-Terrorism Assistance office under the Diplomatic Security Services, TripleTap Academy, Kibo, and BMW Mistorrad.
The education encompassed a repertoire of abilities such as navigating hurdles, rapid evasive actions while accompanied by an armed rear passenger, accurately hitting targets while in motion, and more.
Mike Solis, the Regional Programs Manager for Anti-Terrorism Assistance, emphasized that the Emergency Response Team has been furnished with improved resources to efficiently navigate incidents and address rapidly evolving security scenarios, particularly in relation to terrorist hazards. This was conveyed by Mr. Solis, who is also an instructor at the Triple Tap Academy.
Sammy Onyango, a shooting coach with extensive experience, observed that the participants of the course were exposed to top-notch training that would prove useful in high-priority situations by offering various scenarios.
To guarantee public safety and security, the Emergency Response Team, a proficient tactical group specializing in counter-terrorism, hostage rescue, and close-quarter combat, will continue to receive similar training from their instrumental coach. This will ensure the team operates professionally, efficiently, and safely. The team’s training has been both domestic and international.
Anti-Terrorism Police Unit Training in Nakuru.
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