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Police Motorcycle Instructor Update 

​This course is designed for the student who has not taught recently or wishes to advance their skills with riding concepts and instructional methods. Highlighted in this course are the live fire exercises in the officer safety portion of the training.
Course topics include:
  • Review of police motorcycle training
  • Officer survival
  • Course layout
  • Street riding techniques
  • Practical exercise

 Dates and Places

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​ Florida sworn law enforcement. Police Motorcycle Instructor or it's equivalent. All participants must have a valid motorcycle endorsement on their driver's license.

 What Should I Bring?

​Attending students must bring a police motorcycle; protective eyewear; a DOT approved helmet; (3/4 shell recommended) above the ankle lace up boots; full fingered gloves; duty firearm with leather and 250 rounds of ammo. It is recommended to bring a leather or kevlar jacket, however this is optional.

 What are the Expenses?

​Tuition for this training is provided through a grant, so there is no cost to you or your agency. Housing and meals are provided onsite at no cost when the training is offered onsite at the Florida Public Safety Institute and you will be traveling from out of town.
Contact Information

For more information contact Daniel Snyder by phone (850) 201-7072 or e-mail

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