Law Enforcement – virtual weapons and scenario training

Only InVeris integrates virtual with live-fire system to give officers realistic, total training solutions

From use-of-force judgment to active shooters to o cer safety, the task of doing the right thing has never been harder. As a result, law enforcement agencies are calling for more and better training solutions, now.

InVeris understands your changing real-world requirements. More importantly, we’re the only company in the industry to deliver both simulation training systems, as well as indoor and outdoor live-fire shooting range solutions.

With AR, VR and scenarios-based virtual training InVeris can prepare your officers for responding to challenges they might encounter anytime, anywhere: Active shooters. Resistant suspects. Ambush-style attacks. Encounters with those displaying signs of mental illness. InVeris Firearms Training Systems (fats®) provides the technology, law enforcement expertise and support that prepares your o cers for these situations … with a ROI measured in lives saved and community controversies avoided.

InVeris continuse to innovate in every area of training: from use-of-force training, including non-lethal options, to enhanced marksmanship accuracy and precise feedback. Not surprisingly, Federal, state, local and international Law Enforcement agencies around the world turn to our simulation systems to complement live-fire training. Officers cannot simply rely on fixed firing lines and paper targets to meet today’s demanding requirements.

  1. The entire spectrum of suspect interaction: Positive verbal communication, situational awareness, threat identification, lethal and less lethal options, and overall use of force and de-escalation training.
  2. Low light/no light situations
  3. Cover and concealment
  4. Weapon handling with our BlueFire® wireless weapon simulators, which maintain the form, fit and function of the officer’s own weapon.

We have fielded more than 5,100 simulation training systems and 40,000 laser-based tactical  rearm simulators (including 300 types of weapons) deployed in more than 130 countries.