Training Division

The Training Division develops, schedules and presents law enforcement training for sworn officers and civilian employees. Our instructors are seasoned professionals and subject matter experts in their respective fields.

Annual training in the areas of firearms, defensive tactics, use of force, domestic violence and other topics are provided to the Deputies to improve their performance on the street and to better serve the citizens of Lee County.

The Training Division is under the direction of Major Jeff Pitts and FTO Deputy Ray Smith. The Sheriff’s office has several in-house instructors assigned to other divisions that are called upon as needed.

“Excellence through Training”

UPCOMING LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING HOSTED BY THE LEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

JULY 2017 – Training Description: Much publicity has been given to the ISIS inspired attacks in Orlando, Philadelphia, San Bernardino, Chattanooga, and Garland, TX. What is not widely known are the numerous ISIS motivated attacks against police officers by “independent jihadists” in New York City, Columbus, OH, Canon City, CO, Boston, MA and Minneapolis/St. Paul. As serious as these cases are, they conceal far greater threats to America. Because of political correctness and the insistence of the Muslim Brotherhood, all training of federal law enforcement officers and members of the military has been totally purged of references to the nexus between Islam and domestic jihadist terrorism, while the subversive activities of the Muslim Brotherhood to “destroy America from within” proceed unnoticed and unchecked by officials duty bound to protect us. Once again local law enforcement finds itself in the middle of a uniquely difficult situation, facing new legal and social challenges inherent to policing in a free society. This training is for law enforcement only. There are two sessions being offered. The first is an executive level training program on July the 26th, 2017. The second is a regular session on July the 27th, 2017. For more information and to register for this class click HERE

UPCOMING COMMUNITY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS 2017

JULY 31ST, 2017 – THE LEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE AND SOUTHERN UNION STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE A SELF DEFENSE CLASS FOR WOMEN AGES 13 AND OVER. THE RAPE AGGRESSION DEFENSE (R.A.D.) SYSTEM IS A PROGRAM OF REALISTIC SELF-DEFENSE TACTICS AND TECHNIQUES FOR WOMEN. R.A.D. IS A COMPREHENSIVE, WOMEN ONLY COURSE THAT BEGINS WITH AWARENESS, PREVENTION, RISK REDUCTION AND RISK AVOIDANCE, WHILE PROGRESSING ON TO THE BASICS OF HANDS-ON DEFENSE TRAINING. THIS IS NOT A MARTIAL ARTS PROGRAM AND THE CLASS IS DESIGNED FOR ALL PHYSICAL FITNESS LEVEL. TO VIEW THE FLYER FOR THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE

WHEN? THIS IS A THREE SESSION CLASS: JULY 31ST, AUGUST 1ST, AND AUGUST 7TH. EACH CLASS BEGINS AT 5:00 PM AND ENDS AT 8:00 PM CST

WHERE? SOUTHERN UNION – SOUTHERN ROOM IN THE BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY BUILDING

COST? FREE (THANKS TO SHERIFF JONES)

TO REGISTER: CONTACT AMY ROGERS BY EMAILING HER AT arogers@suscc.edu AND YOU WILL RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL TO VERIFY YOUR ATTENDANCE. YOU MAY ALSO CALL 334-745-6437 EXTENSION 5530. PLEASE LEAVE A VOICEMAIL INCLUDING YOUR NAME, SUBJECT, PHONE NUMBER, AND EMAIL ADDRESS. YOU MAY ALSO CONTACT CORPORAL PAMELA REVELS AT 334-319-4173 OR AT prevels@leecountysheriff.org

1900 Frederick Road
Opelika, AL 36803-0688
(334) 749-5651
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