Datu Hartman in ASLET

Discussion in 'Datu's Corner' started by James Miller, Apr 22, 2006.

  1. James Miller

    James Miller Member Supporting Member

    I would like to be the first to congratulate Datu Hartman on his acceptance into ASLET (American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers).
     

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  2. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    That's great!
     
  3. Sheldon Bedell

    Sheldon Bedell New Member

    Congradulations
     
  4. WT_ATL

    WT_ATL Member Supporting Member

    Congrats Tim! ASLET is definitely a great opportunity to get exposure in the LE arena. With the creation of our new Professional Services line (TAC-Trainer), we will be at next year's ASLET show. Another great organization for LE training is ILEETA (International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association) . Last year they had over 600 trainers show up at the conference. This year, TAC-Trainer is a Corporate Sponsor and will be presenting a "Use of Force" training segment focusing on Safety Equipment.

    We know the head of the ILEETA personally, I will try and get you some information about next year's event.

    Again, a big congrats!

    Winston
     
  5. Brian R. VanCise

    Brian R. VanCise Senior Member Supporting Member

  6. Ron B

    Ron B Junior Member

    Congratuations Datu Tim.it will be good to hear what kind of training you will be doing for those in law enforcement.
     
  7. KrissOfSweden

    KrissOfSweden Member

    sounds great, a big congratulations to you Sir..
     
  8. Roger Agbulos

    Roger Agbulos New Member

    Way to go kapatid! Congratulations!
     
  9. Hudson

    Hudson Junior Member

    Finally !
    Datu Hartman has been assisting us here in VA at the local Police Academy on many In-Service sessions.

    Another Sheepdog protecting the flock form the Wolves...
     
  10. silat1

    silat1 Active Member

    ASLET used to be the big name for law enforcement training before ILETTA was brought into existance.. The training programs covered in ILEETA are more applicable and recognized in the development of standardization of applications taught in the Law enforcement trainers field over the last few years.. One of my training partners in the states have given training seminars there several times over the last few years.. His knife awareness program has been a real success by several agencies and personnel who attend the conference.. But this is just my individual opinion from a trainer of law enforcement personnel on a full time basis..

    Additional information:

    ASLET vanished from the law enforcement training field back in 2006 when it was sued by several members of the board who were forced out. http://www.officer.com/podcast/10253268/what-happened-to-aslet

    http://www.ar15.com/archive/topic.html?b=1&f=76&t=673887
     
    Last edited: Mar 29, 2012
  11. James Miller

    James Miller Member Supporting Member

    Here are a couple picture of Datu teaching a street Crime Unit from the metro DC area.

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    Here are a couple from the DT Instructors rectification course.

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  12. Hudson

    Hudson Junior Member

    Datu check out the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association.
    Always like their e-Bulletin and Conferences/Expo (April 12-16, 2012).
    http://www.ileeta.org

    Hudson

    V.A. Certified Defensive Tactics & Drug Enforcement Administration Certified Defensive Tactics Instructor
    (For what that is all worth:laugh:)
     
  13. silat1

    silat1 Active Member

    You have to be vetted as being qualified as a law enforcement trainer to be able to present a program to ILEETA. One of my students has been a part of the subject matter experts that have been presenting his programs over the last few years.. ILEETA has a serious vetting program and to present there, you have to be recommended and approved to present a program
     

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