Law Enforcement Training

The AGO’s law enforcement-only training sessions provide agencies and departments in every corner of the state with hands-on training focusing on officer safety, standard certifications and victims' rights. These tools for licensed and commissioned Arizona Peace Officers are part of the AGO’s goal to support law enforcement agencies and put public safety first.

All classes are open to law enforcement only at no charge. Setting up a training for your agency is easy and inexpensive – it's designed to come to you. There are also open classes which will be posted here.

Contact the law enforcement liaison to bring training to your department. 

For victims' rights-specific trainings, visit the Office of Victims' Services page.

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Upcoming classes

  • Advanced Street Medicine
    Colorado City Marshall’s Office
  • Advanced Street Medicine
    Payson Police Department
  • Advanced Street Medicine
    La Paz County Sheriff’s Office
  • Advanced Street Medicine
    La Paz County Sheriff’s Office

To register contact:
[email protected]

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Available Classes

Street Medicine Advanced: (8 hours AZPOST credit)

Advanced course for first responders focused on providing vital initial treatment to trauma victims with the application of proven medical techniques for law enforcement professionals. Scenario-based training with the use of tourniquets and other life saving techniques. The second half of the class will include live fire drills, downed officer drills, and emergency medical procedures. If your agency has purchased trauma kits, you can contact the instructor and he can personalize the class to your equipment.

Street Medicine Class: (4 hours AZPOST credit)

This class offers a classroom and hands on application for first responders to handle life-threatening trauma and to mitigate its effects using tourniquets, hemostatic agents, pressure dressings and chest seals. This class also has a non-trauma portion that deals with sudden non-trauma events such as heart attack, breathing and diabetic emergencies. 

Advanced Handgun Class: (8 hours AZPOST credit)

Students will complete drills that involve moving and shooting, reloading, malfunction drills as well as positional shooting. 

Skill Building Handgun Class: (8 hours AZPOST credit)

This class targets the Law Enforcement Officer who struggles with their Annual Qualification. The focus of this class is to refresh the student with fundamentals of shooting and provide them with a set of skills and drills they can take back with them to practice with. Every student will be given two attempts at working on completing a successful AZPOST AQ Course of fire. 

CPR AED Healthcare Provider Course: (3 hours AZPOST credit)

This is an American Heart Association CPR and AED class. This is the provider course and is limited in class size. The Heart Saver class is also available on request. 

Low Light Tactics Class: (8 hours AZPOST credit)

This is designed to highlight the student’s ability to use light to their advantage. It includes searching in a low light environment and various low light shooting techniques. 

Advanced Carbine Class: (8 hours AZPOST credit)

This class is designed for the officer who currently carries a carbine as part of their daily assignment. It includes reloading drills, failure drills, moving and shooting, and use of cover.  Students will shoot from various shooting positions. 

Basic Victims' Rights

This presentation is highly recommended for employees new to victims' rights or for anyone who needs a refresher. Content covers fundamental information about victims' rights for adult and juvenile crimes in Arizona. More info and sign up here >

Advanced Victims' Rights

This presentation is for experienced victim services providers, Basic Victims’ Rights graduates, and anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of victims’ rights in the state of Arizona. More info and sign up here >

Contact Info

For more information about training sessions for law enforcement, please contact:

John Stevens
Law Enforcement Liaison
Office of the Arizona Attorney General
2005 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Office (602) 542-8522
[email protected]