New Mexico Police Officers Can Now Train with Virtual Reality
Police officers in New Mexico utilize Apex Officer's VR simulator for de-escalation training.
By: Apex Officer
With the national focus on de-escalation and improving the use of force training, Los Alamos Police Department and Apex Officer saw an opportunity to better prepare New Mexico law enforcement officers with training equipment designed to improve decision making in high-pressure situations.
"Apex Officer is a game-changer for police training technology and is transforming the face of law enforcement,"
The Apex Officer content library is based on real-life incidents and is professionally produced with content that is carefully vetted by subject matter experts to rigorously test critical thinking skills, firearms skills under pressure, and psychological responses to the stresses of life-like situations.
Learn more about how Los Alamos Police Department succeeds with Apex Officer in the Los Alamos PD x Apex Officer Case Study: https://www.apexofficer.com/
"To be able to work everything from crisis intervention training to escalation, de-escalation training, active shooter situations. Essentially, we have an unlimited amount of possibilities with this system," says Sgt. Chris Ross with the Los Alamos Police Department.
To learn more about Apex Officer and request a product demonstration, interested agencies can visit the Request a Demo page on the Apex Officer and get started today, for free. The complete story on Apex Officer's work with the Los Alamos Police Department can be found in the resources section: https://www.apexofficer.com/
About Apex Officer
Apex Officer is the leading provider of training simulators for the law enforcement, Defense, first responders, and educational markets. Apex Officer's proprietary technologies, software, and scenarios provide intense virtual reality training for de-escalation, judgmental use-of-force, marksmanship, crisis intervention, and related training that mimics real-world situations. Apex Officer's mission is to use 21st-century technology to solve long-standing problems in policing and public safety.