Pistol Packing for the Modern Warrior Woman-July 29, 2012 Cortland, NY
Lou Ann Hamblin http://www.loukatactical.com
Concealment options for women
Close quarter deployment
Moving from defense to offense
Explosive and functional movement:
Power development and delivery
Handgun: Marksmanship to battleship ready!
CAUTION LADIES: "This ain't your momma's Tupperware party." L. A. Hamblin, LouKa
Tactical 200 Rounds
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Lou Ann Hamblin has been in law enforcement since 1990 and currently works for the patrol division of a Michigan-based police department. Lou Ann has had many roles during her law enforcement career to include uniform patrol, bike patrol, undercover narcotics and prostitution operations, and a temporary assignment with a DEA Task Force. She holds a Master's degree in Human Performance Technology and Instructional Design from University of Michigan.
Lou Ann specializes in training female officers, and is a certified firearms and defensive tactics instructor in a variety of disciplines. She is a Team One Network adjunct instructor and Master Pistol Instructor. She instructs locally and nationally in the areas of instructor development, training for specialty units and officer survival to include presentations at: The American Society for Law Enforcement Trainers (ASLET), The International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA), The International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA), and The International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI), conferences. Lou Ann also serves on the Board of Directors for IALEFI and was named ILEETA's "Iron Cop" for 2009 conference.
Lou Ann authored the "Firearms Training" chapter in IPMBA's Complete Guide to Public Safety Cycling 2nd edition has authored many articles in Law and Order, Police Marksman, IALEFI'S "Firearms Instructor" and the IPMBA Newsletter. She currently serves on advisory boards for PoliceOne.com, Redman, AIS and is a consultant and presenter with Calibre Press Women's Street Survival Seminars, of which she co-wrote.
Lou Ann is a part-time faculty member with the Washtenaw Community College Police Academy specializing in physical skills and proctors the MCOLES physical agility pre-test.
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