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FT3 Tactical Range

FT3 Tactical - O.C. Shoot #2

FT3 Tactical - O.C. Shoot #2
FT3 Tactical - O.C. Shoot #2

Time & Location

Feb 18, 2024, 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM PST

FT3 Tactical Range, 8230 Electric Ave, Stanton, CA 90680, USA

What to Expect

We are honored to introduce Seal Beach Chief of Police Michael Henderson.

He will explore some of the concerns CCW licensees have with the appropriate use of their CCW.

Ever wonder about the best way to interact with police officers, especially if you are a card-carrying CCW and armed? What are the law enforcement officers thinking when they pull over a citizen for a traffic violation and learn the driver is a CCW permit holder and armed? How best to interact with the officers so as not to accidentally escalate the interaction? Do the officers of the Seal Beach PD approach these situations differently than their colleagues in other jurisdictions, and if so, how?

If you are involved in a violent incident that results in the discharge of your firearm, hopefully deemed a justifiable use of force, what should you immediately do? For example, when the call is made to 911, what type of information should you relay to the operator? Should you immediately identify yourself and your appearance,  such as race, age, gender, and clothing?  Will that critical identifying information be relayed to the responding officers in time to prevent the officers from thinking you are the perpetrator and responding accordingly? Before the officers arrive on site, besides holstering the firearm or removing the mag and laying it and the firearm out of reach on the ground, what else should you do?

Finally, we will learn what Chief Henderson personally thinks of CCW and the current restrictions passed by our state legislature.

Chief Michael Henderson

Chief Henderson has over 30 years of law enforcement experience, having come to the Seal Beach Police Department from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in 2006. During his time with the Seal Beach Police Department, Chief Henderson has worked a variety of assignments, including Operations Bureau and Support Bureau Captain, Patrol Sergeant, Corporal, SWAT team member, Explorer Advisor, Emergency Services Coordinator, Public Information Officer and Homeless Liaison Officer. Chief Henderson has a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Studies from California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and a Master’s degree in Homeland Security Studies from American Military University. He is a graduate of the Drucker School of Management – Executive Leadership Institute, L.A.P.D. West Point Leadership Program, the Peace Officer Standards and Training – Executive Development Course and CSULB’s Supervisory Leadership Institute. Chief Henderson was named the Seal Beach Police Department Police Officer of the Year in 2012 and the Supervisor of the Year in 2019. He has twice been awarded the Lifesaving Award and is the recipient of the Medal of Merit.

Registration

  • Orange County Feb Shoot

    $49.00
    +$1.23 service fee
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