For the third straight year the NPRC is partnering with the North American Active Assailant Conference to help bring you 4-days of the best training possible.
The NAAAC, which is now in its 5th year, will be held on Oct. 14-15, 2021 in Troy MI. The NAAAC provides firsthand collaborative debriefs from representatives of the lead law enforcement and fire service agencies on some of the largest active assailant incidents in the world. The NAAAC is intended for law enforcement, fire department, ambulance service, hospital and emergency management personnel.
The NPRC is $99.00 per officer (MCOLES registered for 302 Funds) and includes lunch and dinner. This event is America's oldest ongoing patrol rifle and active assailant training event. The NPRC is now in its 21st year and will be held on Oct. 16, 2021 in Commerce MI. Annually, the NPRC brings together 1st responders from around the country to train in a competitive live-fire training environment that offers an unmatched opportunity to collaborate, network and learn ways to improve individual and organizational readiness for violent encounters. The NPRC is intended for the patrol officer as they are generally the first to the fight. It is only open to LEO’s and Military (reserves and retired welcome), select security personal and fire or medical personnel who are serving in an armed position within a SWAT team or Rescue Task Force (must be pistol and rifle qualified by your organization). Click here for a 2021 event flier.
These two events (NAAAC & NPRC) offer a one of a kind opportunity to immerse yourself in low intensity seminar based education and/or high intensity (live-fire) patrol rifle training, not to mention a very large concurrent vendor show to aid in your ongoing product/service research.
Seats are limited for both events. Be sure to register early to get a seat and take advantage of early bird specials. We look forward to seeing you at this year’s events!
The NPRC has a 12 year tradition of raising money to support those who have served the greater good. We raise money by raffling a rifle that is graciously donated by a sponsor. One hundred percent of the proceeds are given directly to a representative of the cause we are supporting as the conferences last order of business. In the past, we have supported Brotherhood For The Fallen, Colors of Heros, Mission 22, the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, Hire Our Hero’s, Americansnipers.org, The Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, 1st / 24th Marines Memorial Fund, and families of fallen officers Patrick O’Rourke, Larry Nehasil and Chief Chris Kyle. Please help us in supporting these worthy causes.
Our 2021 benefactor is Call for Backup. Our good friends at Daniel Defense are donating a rifle for us to raffle off at the NAAAC and NPRC so we can raise money for Call for Backup. Thank you Daniel Defense! We also want to say a special thank you to Mike the Cop for connecting us with Call for Backup.
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NPRC is hosted by: The Oakland County Sheriffs Office, the Michigan Tactical Officers Association, the Ohio Tactical Officers Association, the Illinois Tactical Officers Association, Americansnipers.org and the Multi-Lakes Conservation Association.
NPRC is supported by: The National Rifle Association