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Our Purpose

Provide training, services and support to assist churches in developing and maintaining a security program and security team to create a safe environment at their facilities. We provide skilled, experienced instructors, programs and training resources that will empower your church organization to develop a security program/ security team. These services we provided to the faith-based community are supported by a foundation of biblical principles.

A Biblical Approach

How is a church to prevent and respond to the various safety and security concerns of this age? The Arizona Church Security Network follows a two-pronged approach found within the Scriptures.

"And we prayed to our God and set a guard as a protection against them day and night." Nehemiah 4:9

Networking

We provide monthly opportunities to meet in person in both Southern Arizona and the Phoenix Metro Regions. The first Thursday of the month the Phoenix Metro Region meets at Church for the Nations at 6:00pm. The last Friday of the month the Southern Region meets at Christ Community Church of Tucson at noon for a Lunch & Learn. These opportunities allow church safety and security team members to share information, best practices and learn about a different topic each month. These meeting are open to anyone serving in Faith Based Organization or their churches ministries regardless of AZCSN membership.

We encourage members to share incident information with each other and the network. The network distributes person-of-interest information to its Shepherd members as it is received.

  Professional Training

  The greatest mistakes that people make in a crisis come from not knowing what steps to      take and in what order to take them in a given situation. We offer over thirty-five different    courses, taught by our professional instructors, ranging from the Biblical Basis for Church    to Security, to Family Emergency Preparedness, I LIVED Civilian Response to Active         Attackers, and Arizona Armed Security instruction. 


Assessment and Planning

We understand safety and security in churches and other ministries is unique in several ways.  We will work with your church to customize an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) that meets     the needs of your ministry while providing for the safety of your staff, members, visitors, and children. Our team is also able to assist you in development of safety and security policies and procedures, and examination of threats and risks your organization may encounter.    

Upcoming events

    • March 04, 2024
    • 8:30 AM
    • March 05, 2024
    • 6:30 PM
    • American Defense Structures 14455 N 79th Street Suite C/D Scottsdale, AZ
    • 3
    Register

    A two-day, 20-hour immersion course in rules of engagement for armed law-abiding private citizens, emphasizing legal issues, tactical issues, and aftermath management. Topics will include interacting with suspects, witnesses, responding police officers…threat recognition and mind-set…management of social and psychological aftermath after having had to use lethal force in defense of self or others…and preparing beforehand for legal repercussions and minimizing exposure to them. Situations in the home, at the place of business, or “on the street” will all be covered.

    Due to the nature of our instruction, it is necessary to provide us with one or more of the following with your registration:

    a. Current State Issued Permit to carry a concealed handgun

    b. Current FFL - Federal Firearms License

    c. Current FOID Card (Illinois Residents only)

    d. Current Police or Military ID

    e. Other current proof of clean criminal record. Most sheriff’s departments will run these for you at a nominal fee, done routinely in many occupations. 

    What Do I bring?

    Note taking materials. Laptop recommended, (you may also want to bring an extension cord/power strip) Audio / video recording of the class is not allowed.

    If legal to do so, student may be armed in the classroom, but there will be no handling of firearms in the lecture setting.

    This class is lecture only, there will not be any live fire.

    Please bring your own lunches, snacks, beverages etc. We have a “working lunch” in all classes. Many of our facilities do not have a place close enough to purchase meals and get back in a reasonable amount of time. Also remember that many of our classes are 10 hour days so if you need another meal in that amount of time please bring it. Bring water, while we do provide water at all of our locations, it never hurts to bring some more. We teach in many locations and cannot guarantee the comfort of the chairs, if that might be an issue for you feel free to bring a cushion to sit on.

    All Classes meet at 8:30 AM on the First Day

    • March 04, 2024
    • 8:30 AM
    • March 08, 2024
    • 6:30 PM
    • American Defense Structures 14455 N 79th Street Suite C/D Scottsdale, AZ
    • 5
    Register

    Taught personally by Massad Ayoob, this one week 40+ hour course of instruction is offered by the Massad Ayoob Group in conjunction with Marty Hayes of The Armed Citizen’s Legal Defense Network to teach and certify self-defense firearms instructors in the complicated and nuanced discipline of teaching the legalities of use of deadly force in self-defense. Teaching how to shoot is the easy part. Much tougher is teaching people when and when not to use force, including deadly force, in self-defense. In addition to learning what to teach and how to present it, students will also learn how to take their expertise to court, to both serve as a material witness for their students, and perhaps an expert witness in other self-defense court cases.

    Pre-requisites: Instructor credentials or membership in the Armed Citizens’ Legal Defense Network, Inc.

    Due to the nature of our instruction, it is necessary to provide us with one or more of the following with your registration:

    a. Current State Issued Permit to carry a concealed handgun

    b. Current FFL - Federal Firearms License

    c. Current FOID Card (Illinois Residents only)

    d. Current Police or Military ID

    e. Other current proof of clean criminal record. Most sheriff’s departments will run these for you at a nominal fee, done routinely in many occupations. 

    What Do I bring?

    Note taking materials. Laptop recommended, (you may also want to bring an extension cord/power strip) Audio / video recording of the class is not allowed.

    If legal to do so, student may be armed in the classroom, but there will be no handling of firearms in the lecture setting.

    This class is lecture only, there will not be any live fire.

    Please bring your own lunches, snacks, beverages etc. We have a “working lunch” in all classes. Many of our facilities do not have a place close enough to purchase meals and get back in a reasonable amount of time. Also remember that many of our classes are 10 hour days so if you need another meal in that amount of time please bring it. Bring water, while we do provide water at all of our locations, it never hurts to bring some more. We teach in many locations and cannot guarantee the comfort of the chairs, if that might be an issue for you feel free to bring a cushion to sit on.

    All Classes meet at 8:30 AM on the First Day

    • March 04, 2024
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Cross Church 17475 W Bell Rd, Surprise, AZ
    Register

    AZCSN meets the first Monday of the month at Cross Church in Surprise. Our monthly meetings include an opportunity to meet and fellowship with other safety and security ministry volunteers, a training session on a different topic each month, and time to share updates and questions about church safety.

    Developing a survival mindset is the most crucial aspect of preparedness regardless of the type of incident you are facing. The belief that you are going to protect yourself, your family or others and survive the encounter is something you can control no matter what type of situation you encounter. We can’t control what the attacker is bringing to an incident, but we can control our mindset.

    "…experience shows that up to 90% of successful performance is attributed to psychological skills. Rarely is that number reported to be less than 40%. This comes from talking to military personnel, police officers, including SWAT tactical team members, and other emergency responders who engage in life and death situations."                                                                                                           Michael Askin, Warrior Mindset

    • March 05, 2024
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Life"s Destiny Church 2601 East Brown, Mesa, AZ
    • 25
    Register

    AZCSN meets the first Tuesday of the month at Life's Destiny Church in Mesa. Our monthly meetings include an opportunity to meet and fellowship with other safety and security ministry volunteers, a training session on a different topic each month, and time to share updates and questions about church safety.

    Developing a survival mindset is the most crucial aspect of preparedness regardless of the type of incident you are facing. The belief that you are going to protect yourself, your family or others and survive the encounter is something you can control no matter what type of situation you encounter. We can’t control what the attacker is bringing to an incident, but we can control our mindset.

    "…experience shows that up to 90% of successful performance is attributed to psychological skills. Rarely is that number reported to be less than 40%. This comes from talking to military personnel, police officers, including SWAT tactical team members, and other emergency responders who engage in life and death situations."                                                                                             Michael Askin, Warrior Mindset


    • March 07, 2024
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Church for the Nations 6225 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
    • 95
    Register

    AZCSN meets the first Thursday of the month at Church for the Nations in Phoenix. Our monthly meetings include an opportunity to meet and fellowship with other safety and security ministry volunteers, a training session on a different topic each month, and time to share updates and questions about church safety.

    Developing a survival mindset is the most crucial aspect of preparedness regardless of the type of incident you are facing. The belief that you are going to protect yourself, your family or others and survive the encounter is something you can control no matter what type of situation you encounter. We can’t control what the attacker is bringing to an incident, but we can control our mindset.

    "…experience shows that up to 90% of successful performance is attributed to psychological skills. Rarely is that number reported to be less than 40%. This comes from talking to military personnel, police officers, including SWAT tactical team members, and other emergency responders who engage in life and death situations."                                                                                             Michael Askin, Warrior Mindset


    • March 09, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Antioch Phoenix 1125 N Dobson Rd, Chandler
    Register

    This six-hour course is designed to educate the public on how they can mitigate the loss of life if they find themselves in a violent intruder incident. The goal of I LIVED training is for participants to recognize the need for immediate response to these types of incidents, recognize ways they may intervene, and empower them to make a difference in the event.

    The purpose of the STOP THE BLEED® campaign is to make our nation more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. This preparation is being done by raising awareness and teaching people how to learn three quick actions to control serious bleeding.

    Recommended donation is $20 per person.  

    • March 15, 2024
    • March 17, 2024
    • 2 sessions
    • Ben Avery Shooting Facility Frank DeSomma Building & Practical Pistol E
    • 15
    Register

    Topics Include:

    -Safe Firearm Handling & Storage          -Weapon Care and Maintenance

    -Weapon Manipulation                            -Mental Conditioning & Tactics

    -Firearm and Equipment Selection         -Defensive Measures

    -Weapon Retention                                 -Use-of-Force  

    -Ammunition Types                                 -Survival Mindset

    -Home Safety                                          -Confrontation Aftermath

    -Law & Legal                                           -Threat Recognition

    -Firearm Presentation                             -Balancing Accuracy & Marksmanship

    -Weapon Malfunctions                            -Written Exam & Range Qualification

    Required Equipment:

    Semi-automatic pistol in .38 special, 9mm, 357 Sig, .40 S&W, .45 ACP or .45 GAP
    Minimum trigger pull to be no less than four pounds (more is acceptable, less is not)
    Sturdy strong side holster
    Sturdy belt (double thick 1.75” is recommended)
    Three magazines minimum (more are better)
    Magazine pouch with a minimum capacity to hold two or more magazines securely
    Minimum of 200-rounds of practice ammunition that match your pistols caliber
    Eye protection (safety rated sunglasses if it is sunny and clear safety rated glasses if it is not sunny)
    Hearing protection (plugs and electronic muffs combined is recommended)
    Brimmed hat
    Long sleeve shirt that closes at the top to keep hot ejected shell casings out
    Long pants (cargo style is best to keep loose ammunition in to top off magazines between stages)
    Closed toe shoes
    Lots of water
    Lunch
    Sunscreen

    Prohibited:

    An unteachable spirit
    Handguns in calibers not listed above
    Cross draw, shoulder, purse, backpack or bag holsters
    Holsters that require the index finger of the shooting hand to release any retention devices (Serpa style holsters)
    Holsters that require two hands to safely re-holster
    Holsters worn in any manner in which they were not originally intended
    Any equipment considered by the Range Instructors and/or Range Safety Officers to be dangerous
    Students instructing other students unless requested to do by the Range Instructor as part of the course


    • March 16, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • New Life Bible Fellowship 4900 W. Cortaro Farms Rd & Pinal Airpark Range 1 24641 E Pinal Airpark Road, Red Rock
    • 20
    Register

    Topics Include:

    -Safe Firearm Handling & Storage          -Weapon Care and Maintenance

    -Weapon Manipulation                            -Mental Conditioning & Tactics

    -Firearm and Equipment Selection         -Defensive Measures

    -Weapon Retention                                 -Use-of-Force  

    -Ammunition Types                                 -Survival Mindset

    -Home Safety                                          -Confrontation Aftermath

    -Law & Legal                                           -Threat Recognition

    -Firearm Presentation                             -Balancing Accuracy & Marksmanship

    -Weapon Malfunctions                            -Written Exam & Range Qualification

    Required Equipment:

    Semi-automatic pistol in .38 special, 9mm, 357 Sig, .40 S&W, .45 ACP or .45 GAP
    Minimum trigger pull to be no less than four pounds (more is acceptable, less is not)
    Sturdy strong side holster
    Sturdy belt (double thick 1.75” is recommended)
    Three magazines minimum (more are better)
    Magazine pouch with a minimum capacity to hold two or more magazines securely
    Minimum of 200-rounds of practice ammunition that match your pistols caliber
    Eye protection (safety rated sunglasses if it is sunny and clear safety rated glasses if it is not sunny)
    Hearing protection (plugs and electronic muffs combined is recommended)
    Brimmed hat
    Long sleeve shirt that closes at the top to keep hot ejected shell casings out
    Long pants (cargo style is best to keep loose ammunition in to top off magazines between stages)
    Closed toe shoes
    Lots of water
    Lunch
    Sunscreen

    Prohibited:

    An unteachable spirit
    Handguns in calibers not listed above
    Cross draw, shoulder, purse, backpack or bag holsters
    Holsters that require the index finger of the shooting hand to release any retention devices (Serpa style holsters)
    Holsters that require two hands to safely re-holster
    Holsters worn in any manner in which they were not originally intended
    Any equipment considered by the Range Instructors and/or Range Safety Officers to be dangerous
    Students instructing other students unless requested to do by the Range Instructor as part of the course
    • March 23, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Church for the Nations 6225 N Central Ave, Phoenix
    Register

    Keynote Presentations:

    Aftermath and Recovery 

    The Importance of Ministry in Security Team Training

    Choose from numerous breakout sessions...

    Safety and Security Ministry Team Development- presented by Steve Lyons


    What is the Difference? Killing and Murder- presented by Christopher Taylor


    Church Medical Equipment Best Practices & Supply Review presented by Dr. Patrick Boyle, AZCSN Medical Director


    Operational Standards for Church Volunteer Security Teams- presented by Phil Pinkus


    Insider Threats: Prevention, Preparation, Response, and Recovery- presented by John McGrath


    Reality Based Training: Overview, Benefits, and Importance- presented by Brian Kowalski


    Patient Moves and Carries presented by Dr. Pat Boyle, AZCSN Medical Director

    What Can We Learn from 20 Years of Active Shooter Studies?- presented by Christopher Taylor

    Security Assessments for Faith-Based Organizations presented by John McGrath


    Using Table Top Exercises with Your Team- presented by Phil Pinkus


    Sex Offenders in the Church- presented by Christopher Taylor


    Clear Communication During Incidents presented by Brian Kowalski



    Add Deep Dive Friday (Additional Fee Applies)

    Morning Sessions 8:00am-12:00pm

    Aftermath: Use of Force Investigations from a Law Enforcement Perspective presented by Brian Kowalski

    Improvised Medical: Chest Seals to Tourniquets (Limit 20 participants) presented by Dr. Patrick Boyle, Medical Director

    Afternoon Sessions 1:00-5:00pm

    Aftermath: Use of Force Investigations Pretrial and Courtroom Perspectives presented by Magnus Erikkson

    Crisis Intervention and De-Escalation with Role Playing (Limit 20 participants) presented by Amy Lyons

    * Schedule, Session Topics and Speakers are subject to change. 


    • March 29, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Christ Community Church 530 S Pantano Rd Tucson, AZ
    Register

    Join us for our monthly AZCSN Lunch and Learn. This event is open to all church leadership and safety / security team members. 

    Developing a survival mindset is the most crucial aspect of preparedness regardless of the type of incident you are facing. The belief that you are going to protect yourself, your family or others and survive the encounter is something you can control no matter what type of situation you encounter. We can’t control what the attacker is bringing to an incident, but we can control our mindset.

    "…experience shows that up to 90% of successful performance is attributed to psychological skills. Rarely is that number reported to be less than 40%. This comes from talking to military personnel, police officers, including SWAT tactical team members, and other emergency responders who engage in life and death situations."                                                                                                           Michael Askin, Warrior Mindset



    • April 01, 2024
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Cross Church 17475 W Bell Rd, Surprise, AZ
    Register

    AZCSN meets the first Monday of the month at Cross Church in Surprise. Our monthly meetings include an opportunity to meet and fellowship with other safety and security ministry volunteers, a training session on a different topic each month, and time to share updates and questions about church safety. 

    Explosive Threat Recognition and Mitigation

    This course provides foundational knowledge about IEDs and proper safety precautions and procedures for reacting and responding to unattended and suspicious items. 


    • April 02, 2024
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Life"s Destiny Church 2601 East Brown, Mesa, AZ
    • 25
    Register

    AZCSN meets the first Tuesday of the month at Life's Destiny Church in Mesa. Our monthly meetings include an opportunity to meet and fellowship with other safety and security ministry volunteers, a training session on a different topic each month, and time to share updates and questions about church safety.

    Explosive Threat Recognition and Mitigation

    This course provides foundational knowledge about IEDs and proper safety precautions and procedures for reacting and responding to unattended and suspicious items. 


    • April 04, 2024
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Church for the Nations 6225 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
    • 98
    Register

    AZCSN meets the first Thursday of the month at Church for the Nations in Phoenix. Our monthly meetings include an opportunity to meet and fellowship with other safety and security ministry volunteers, a training session on a different topic each month, and time to share updates and questions about church safety.

    Explosive Threat Recognition and Mitigation

    This course provides foundational knowledge about IEDs and proper safety precautions and procedures for reacting and responding to unattended and suspicious items. 


    • April 05, 2024
    • April 06, 2024
    • 2 sessions
    • Ben Avery Shooting Facility Practical Pistol Building & Pistol Range 4
    • 14
    Register

    Topics Include:

    -Safe Firearm Handling & Storage          -Weapon Care and Maintenance

    -Weapon Manipulation                            -Mental Conditioning & Tactics

    -Firearm and Equipment Selection         -Defensive Measures

    -Weapon Retention                                 -Use-of-Force  

    -Ammunition Types                                 -Survival Mindset

    -Home Safety                                          -Confrontation Aftermath

    -Law & Legal                                           -Threat Recognition

    -Firearm Presentation                             -Balancing Accuracy & Marksmanship

    -Weapon Malfunctions                            -Written Exam & Range Qualification

    Required Equipment:

    Semi-automatic pistol in .38 special, 9mm, 357 Sig, .40 S&W, .45 ACP or .45 GAP
    Minimum trigger pull to be no less than four pounds (more is acceptable, less is not)
    Sturdy strong side holster
    Sturdy belt (double thick 1.75” is recommended)
    Three magazines minimum (more are better)
    Magazine pouch with a minimum capacity to hold two or more magazines securely
    Minimum of 200-rounds of practice ammunition that match your pistols caliber
    Eye protection (safety rated sunglasses if it is sunny and clear safety rated glasses if it is not sunny)
    Hearing protection (plugs and electronic muffs combined is recommended)
    Brimmed hat
    Long sleeve shirt that closes at the top to keep hot ejected shell casings out
    Long pants (cargo style is best to keep loose ammunition in to top off magazines between stages)
    Closed toe shoes
    Lots of water
    Lunch
    Sunscreen

    Prohibited:

    An unteachable spirit
    Handguns in calibers not listed above
    Cross draw, shoulder, purse, backpack or bag holsters
    Holsters that require the index finger of the shooting hand to release any retention devices (Serpa style holsters)
    Holsters that require two hands to safely re-holster
    Holsters worn in any manner in which they were not originally intended
    Any equipment considered by the Range Instructors and/or Range Safety Officers to be dangerous
    Students instructing other students unless requested to do by the Range Instructor as part of the course


    • April 06, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • New Life Bible Fellowship 4900 W. Cortaro Farms Rd & Pinal Air Park Range 24641 E Pinal Airpark Rd Marana, AZ
    Register

    This course is designed to train and equip those involved in church security to treat and manage traumatic injuries prior to first responder and law enforcement arrival.  It is designed in the context immediately following a critical incident with either single or multiple casualties with a potential active threat still present.  This course provides simplifies critical decision making and treatment skills in that dynamic environment that includes triage, treatment, and patient movement. It requires no medical training or knowledge other than the course requirements listed below.

    The course requirements are prior completion of the Stop-the-Bleed Program as well as Arizona Armed Security Guard coursework. Moderate physical activity is part of the course and it requires that participants are physically fit.  

    Students are encouraged to bring their IFAKs if they have one.



    • April 13, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Ben Avery Shooting Facility AZDPS Building & DPS Range 4044 W Black Canyon Blvd, Phoenix
    • 15
    Register

    Topics Include:

    -Safe Firearm Handling & Storage          -Weapon Care and Maintenance

    -Weapon Manipulation                            -Mental Conditioning & Tactics

    -Firearm and Equipment Selection         -Defensive Measures

    -Weapon Retention                                 -Use-of-Force  

    -Ammunition Types                                 -Survival Mindset

    -Home Safety                                          -Confrontation Aftermath

    -Law & Legal                                           -Threat Recognition

    -Firearm Presentation                             -Balancing Accuracy & Marksmanship

    -Weapon Malfunctions                            -Written Exam & Range Qualification

    Required Equipment:

    Semi-automatic pistol in .38 special, 9mm, 357 Sig, .40 S&W, .45 ACP or .45 GAP
    Minimum trigger pull to be no less than four pounds (more is acceptable, less is not)
    Sturdy strong side holster
    Sturdy belt (double thick 1.75” is recommended)
    Three magazines minimum (more are better)
    Magazine pouch with a minimum capacity to hold two or more magazines securely
    Minimum of 200-rounds of practice ammunition that match your pistols caliber
    Eye protection (safety rated sunglasses if it is sunny and clear safety rated glasses if it is not sunny)
    Hearing protection (plugs and electronic muffs combined is recommended)
    Brimmed hat
    Long sleeve shirt that closes at the top to keep hot ejected shell casings out
    Long pants (cargo style is best to keep loose ammunition in to top off magazines between stages)
    Closed toe shoes
    Lots of water
    Lunch
    Sunscreen

    Prohibited:

    An unteachable spirit
    Handguns in calibers not listed above
    Cross draw, shoulder, purse, backpack or bag holsters
    Holsters that require the index finger of the shooting hand to release any retention devices (Serpa style holsters)
    Holsters that require two hands to safely re-holster
    Holsters worn in any manner in which they were not originally intended
    Any equipment considered by the Range Instructors and/or Range Safety Officers to be dangerous
    Students instructing other students unless requested to do by the Range Instructor as part of the course


    • April 13, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Ben Avery Shooting Facility AZDPS Building & AZDPS Range4044 W. Black Canyon Blvd. Phoenix, Arizona 85086
    • 10
    Register

    This is an 8 hour introductory pistol class, includes four hours in the classroom focused on understanding of safety, function and use of the pistol. This will be done with safe, laser firing teaching replicas. This will be followed by four hours at the range, where the participants will put their new knowledge to use. Training will be in a safe and supportive environment.

    • April 13, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Pinal Air Park Range 1 24641 E Pinal Airpark Rd, Marana
    • 11
    Register

    Pistol optics: Red dots can be a significant advantage for new shooters as well as a major enhancement for the experienced marksman. However, they have their own limitations and learning curve, especially if the shooter wants to exceed plinking and look at serious defensive situations. 

    This class will examine the hardware, but will spend most of its time looking at the software: the methods of use.  We will establish zero, look at rapid dot acquisition, move from an iron “front sight” focus into a more practical threat focus, study manipulations and more.

    Requirements: Paracical Pistol/AZCSN Armed Guard, or the approval of the instructor. AZCSN Intermediate Pistol strongly recommended.  Duty pistol with red dot (limited rentals available), 3 magazines minimum, 300 rounds of training ammunition PLUS 25 ROUNDS CARRY AMMUNITION.

    • April 18, 2024
    • April 20, 2024
    • 2 sessions
    • CDO Bible Church 9200 N. Oracle Rd. Tucson and Pinal Airpark Range 1 24641 E Pinal Airpark Road, Red Rock
    • 24
    Register

    Topics Include:

    -Safe Firearm Handling & Storage          -Weapon Care and Maintenance

    -Weapon Manipulation                            -Mental Conditioning & Tactics

    -Firearm and Equipment Selection         -Defensive Measures

    -Weapon Retention                                 -Use-of-Force  

    -Ammunition Types                                 -Survival Mindset

    -Home Safety                                          -Confrontation Aftermath

    -Law & Legal                                           -Threat Recognition

    -Firearm Presentation                             -Balancing Accuracy & Marksmanship

    -Weapon Malfunctions                            -Written Exam & Range Qualification

    Required Equipment:

    Semi-automatic pistol in .38 special, 9mm, 357 Sig, .40 S&W, .45 ACP or .45 GAP
    Minimum trigger pull to be no less than four pounds (more is acceptable, less is not)
    Sturdy strong side holster
    Sturdy belt (double thick 1.75” is recommended)
    Three magazines minimum (more are better)
    Magazine pouch with a minimum capacity to hold two or more magazines securely
    Minimum of 200-rounds of practice ammunition that match your pistols caliber
    Eye protection (safety rated sunglasses if it is sunny and clear safety rated glasses if it is not sunny)
    Hearing protection (plugs and electronic muffs combined is recommended)
    Brimmed hat
    Long sleeve shirt that closes at the top to keep hot ejected shell casings out
    Long pants (cargo style is best to keep loose ammunition in to top off magazines between stages)
    Closed toe shoes
    Lots of water
    Lunch
    Sunscreen

    Prohibited:

    An unteachable spirit
    Handguns in calibers not listed above
    Cross draw, shoulder, purse, backpack or bag holsters
    Holsters that require the index finger of the shooting hand to release any retention devices (Serpa style holsters)
    Holsters that require two hands to safely re-holster
    Holsters worn in any manner in which they were not originally intended
    Any equipment considered by the Range Instructors and/or Range Safety Officers to be dangerous
    Students instructing other students unless requested to do by the Range Instructor as part of the course
    • April 26, 2024
    • April 27, 2024
    • 2 sessions
    • AZCSN Classroom 7030 E Old Vail Road Building B, Tucson & Pinal Air Park Range 2 4641 E Pinal Airpark Rd, Red Rock,
    • 21
    Register

    Topics Include:

    -Safe Firearm Handling & Storage          -Weapon Care and Maintenance

    -Weapon Manipulation                            -Mental Conditioning & Tactics

    -Firearm and Equipment Selection         -Defensive Measures

    -Weapon Retention                                 -Use-of-Force  

    -Ammunition Types                                 -Survival Mindset

    -Home Safety                                          -Confrontation Aftermath

    -Law & Legal                                           -Threat Recognition

    -Firearm Presentation                             -Balancing Accuracy & Marksmanship

    -Weapon Malfunctions                            -Written Exam & Range Qualification

    Required Equipment:

    Semi-automatic pistol in .38 special, 9mm, 357 Sig, .40 S&W, .45 ACP or .45 GAP
    Minimum trigger pull to be no less than four pounds (more is acceptable, less is not)
    Sturdy strong side holster
    Sturdy belt (double thick 1.75” is recommended)
    Three magazines minimum (more are better)
    Magazine pouch with a minimum capacity to hold two or more magazines securely
    Minimum of 200-rounds of practice ammunition that match your pistols caliber
    Eye protection (safety rated sunglasses if it is sunny and clear safety rated glasses if it is not sunny)
    Hearing protection (plugs and electronic muffs combined is recommended)
    Brimmed hat
    Long sleeve shirt that closes at the top to keep hot ejected shell casings out
    Long pants (cargo style is best to keep loose ammunition in to top off magazines between stages)
    Closed toe shoes
    Lots of water
    Lunch
    Sunscreen

    Prohibited:

    An unteachable spirit
    Handguns in calibers not listed above
    Cross draw, shoulder, purse, backpack or bag holsters
    Holsters that require the index finger of the shooting hand to release any retention devices (Serpa style holsters)
    Holsters that require two hands to safely re-holster
    Holsters worn in any manner in which they were not originally intended
    Any equipment considered by the Range Instructors and/or Range Safety Officers to be dangerous
    Students instructing other students unless requested to do by the Range Instructor as part of the course


    • April 27, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Pinal Airpark Range 2 24641 E Pinal Airpark Road, Red Rock, AZ 85145
    • 15
    Register

    Learn the basics of operating your pistol including...

    • Firearm safety rules
    • Pistol Familiarization and safe handling
    • Safely loading and unloading
    • Reloading the pistol
    • Sight picture and sight alignment
    • Operating the pistol dry and live fire
    • Presentation (drawing) and holstering your pistol and much more…  
    • May 04, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Pinal Air Park 24641 E Pinal Airpark Road, Red Rock, AZ 85145
    • 17
    Register

    This course is designed for those who have completed Intermediate Handgun Two. 

    Course Objectives:

    -Participants will continue to develop and demonstrate firearm safety while integrating movement and practicing the firearms safety rules.

    -Participants will understand and demonstrate after action responses including problem solving, awareness, and potential need for self care.

    -Participants will understand the importance of both contact and cover roles and differentiate between them.

    -Participants will work with a partner to safely approach and communicate with a vehicle’s occupants.

    -Participants will respond to a simulated deadly force assault by occupants of a vehicle.

    -Participants will demonstrate appropriate techniques when approaching and moving around vehicles in a parking lot. 


    • May 11, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • New Life Bible Fellowship 4900 W Cortaro Farms Rd. Tucson and Pinal Airpark 24641 E Pinal Airpark Road, Red Rock, AZ 85145
    • 12
    Register

    This is an 8 hour introductory pistol class, includes four hours in the classroom focused on understanding of safety, function and use of the pistol. This will be done with safe, laser firing teaching replicas. This will be followed by four hours at the range, where the participants will put their new knowledge to use. Training will be in a safe and supportive environment.

    Morning: New Life Bible Fellowship 4900 W Cortaro Farms Rd. Tucson

    Afternoon: Pinal Air Park Range Two 24641 E Pinal Airpark Road

    • May 24, 2024
    • May 25, 2024
    • 2 sessions
    • AZCSN Classroom 7030 E Old Vail Road Building B, Tucson & Pinal Air Park Range 2 4641 E Pinal Airpark Rd, Red Rock,
    • 24
    Register

    Topics Include:

    -Safe Firearm Handling & Storage          -Weapon Care and Maintenance

    -Weapon Manipulation                            -Mental Conditioning & Tactics

    -Firearm and Equipment Selection         -Defensive Measures

    -Weapon Retention                                 -Use-of-Force  

    -Ammunition Types                                 -Survival Mindset

    -Home Safety                                          -Confrontation Aftermath

    -Law & Legal                                           -Threat Recognition

    -Firearm Presentation                             -Balancing Accuracy & Marksmanship

    -Weapon Malfunctions                            -Written Exam & Range Qualification

    Required Equipment:

    Semi-automatic pistol in .38 special, 9mm, 357 Sig, .40 S&W, .45 ACP or .45 GAP
    Minimum trigger pull to be no less than four pounds (more is acceptable, less is not)
    Sturdy strong side holster
    Sturdy belt (double thick 1.75” is recommended)
    Three magazines minimum (more are better)
    Magazine pouch with a minimum capacity to hold two or more magazines securely
    Minimum of 200-rounds of practice ammunition that match your pistols caliber
    Eye protection (safety rated sunglasses if it is sunny and clear safety rated glasses if it is not sunny)
    Hearing protection (plugs and electronic muffs combined is recommended)
    Brimmed hat
    Long sleeve shirt that closes at the top to keep hot ejected shell casings out
    Long pants (cargo style is best to keep loose ammunition in to top off magazines between stages)
    Closed toe shoes
    Lots of water
    Lunch
    Sunscreen

    Prohibited:

    An unteachable spirit
    Handguns in calibers not listed above
    Cross draw, shoulder, purse, backpack or bag holsters
    Holsters that require the index finger of the shooting hand to release any retention devices (Serpa style holsters)
    Holsters that require two hands to safely re-holster
    Holsters worn in any manner in which they were not originally intended
    Any equipment considered by the Range Instructors and/or Range Safety Officers to be dangerous
    Students instructing other students unless requested to do by the Range Instructor as part of the course


    • May 25, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Pinal Airpark Range 2 24641 E Pinal Airpark Road, Red Rock, AZ 85145
    • 15
    Register

    Learn the basics of operating your pistol including...

    • Firearm safety rules
    • Pistol Familiarization and safe handling
    • Safely loading and unloading
    • Reloading the pistol
    • Sight picture and sight alignment
    • Operating the pistol dry and live fire
    • Presentation (drawing) and holstering your pistol and much more…  

Past events

February 24, 2024 Explosive Threat Recognition and Mitigation / Domestic Violence in a Ministry Context
February 23, 2024 February Lunch & Learn
February 17, 2024 Stop-the-Bleed and Emergency First Aid Fundamentals
February 10, 2024 I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
February 10, 2024 Arizona Armed Security Guard 8 hour Refresher Course
February 09, 2024 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16 hour course
February 06, 2024 Mesa Monthly Meeting
February 05, 2024 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
February 03, 2024 Low-Light Handgun
February 03, 2024 Women's Introduction to Pistols
February 01, 2024 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
January 30, 2024 Women's Personal Protection
January 27, 2024 Survival Mindset & Verbal De-Escalation
January 27, 2024 Intermediate Defensive Handgun
January 26, 2024 January Lunch & Learn
January 20, 2024 Firearm Skill Development Workshop
January 20, 2024 Arizona Armed Security Guard 8 hour Refresher Course
January 19, 2024 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16 hour course
January 19, 2024 Emergency First Aid Fundamentals, CPR & AED
January 13, 2024 Practical Pistol
January 09, 2024 Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) Spray Training
January 08, 2024 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
January 06, 2024 AZ Armed Security Guard 8-Hour Refresher
January 05, 2024 Emergency First Aid Fundamentals
January 04, 2024 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
January 02, 2024 Mesa Monthly Meeting
December 09, 2023 Pistol Mounted Optics
December 07, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
December 01, 2023 Practical Pistol 2024 (Crossroads of the West Gun Show)
December 01, 2023 Women's Introduction to Pistols 2024 (Crossroads of the West Gun Show)
November 27, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed
November 18, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
November 11, 2023 Practical Pistol
November 10, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16 hour course
November 07, 2023 Mesa Monthly Meeting
November 06, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
November 04, 2023 AZ Armed Security Guard 8-Hour Refresher
November 04, 2023 Intermediate Defensive Handgun
November 03, 2023 Low-Light Handgun
November 02, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
October 27, 2023 October Lunch & Learn
October 21, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
October 14, 2023 AZ Armed Security Guard 8-Hour Refresher
October 07, 2023 Practical Pistol
October 06, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16-hour course
October 05, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
October 02, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
September 30, 2023 Low-Light Handgun
September 30, 2023 Firearm Skill Development Workshop
September 29, 2023 September Lunch & Learn
September 22, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard Initial 16 hour Course
September 15, 2023 5th Annual Defending the Flock Conference
September 11, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
September 11, 2023 Tucson Monthly Meeting- Domestic Violence in a Ministry Setting
September 09, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard 8 hour Refresher Course
September 07, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
September 05, 2023 Mesa Monthly Meeting
September 02, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard 8 hour Refresher Course
August 25, 2023 August Lunch & Learn
August 25, 2023 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
August 20, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed
August 19, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed
August 15, 2023 Emergency First Aid Fundamentals
August 12, 2023 AZ Armed Security Guard 8-Hour Refresher
August 11, 2023 Arizona Firearms Safety & CCW Course
August 07, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
August 05, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
August 04, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16 hour course
August 03, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
August 01, 2023 Mesa Monthly Meeting
July 29, 2023 Tactical Decision Making
July 22, 2023 Tactical Decision Making
July 16, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed
July 15, 2023 Realistic De-Escalation
July 10, 2023 Tucson Monthly Meeting- Keeping Kids Safe in a Ministry Environment
July 07, 2023 Active Shooter Response: Reality Based Training Force-on-Role Player
June 30, 2023 June Lunch & Learn
June 09, 2023 Active Shooter Response: Reality Based Training Force-on-Role Player
June 06, 2023 Mesa Monthly Meeting
June 05, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
June 02, 2023 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
June 01, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
May 27, 2023 Practical Carbine
May 26, 2023 May Lunch & Learn
May 20, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
May 19, 2023 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
May 13, 2023 Practical Pistol
May 13, 2023 Practical Pistol
May 08, 2023 Tucson Monthly Meeting- Use-of-Force
May 06, 2023 Women's Introduction to Pistols
May 04, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard 8 hour Refresher Course
May 04, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
May 02, 2023 Mesa Monthly Meeting
May 01, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
April 28, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16 hour course
April 23, 2023 Emergency First Aid Fundamentals
April 22, 2023 I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
April 15, 2023 Women's Introduction to Pistols
April 06, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
April 04, 2023 Mesa Monthly Meeting
April 03, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
March 31, 2023 Security & Medical Integration: Care Under Fire
March 31, 2023 March Lunch & Learn
March 25, 2023 Practical Pistol
March 25, 2023 Before the Need Arises Conference 2023
March 18, 2023 Intermediate Defensive Handgun
March 17, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16-hour course
March 14, 2023 I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches
March 13, 2023 Tucson Monthly Meeting- Verbal De-Escalation
March 07, 2023 Mesa Monthly Meeting
March 06, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
March 04, 2023 Practical Carbine
March 02, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
February 17, 2023 February Lunch & Learn
February 14, 2023 Situational Awareness & Verbal De-Escalation
February 11, 2023 Low-Light Handgun
February 11, 2023 AZ Armed Security Guard 8-Hour Refresher
February 07, 2023 Mesa Monthly Meeting
February 06, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
February 04, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
February 04, 2023 Firearm Skill Development Workshop
February 02, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
January 28, 2023 Intermediate Defensive Handgun
January 27, 2023 Low-Light Handgun
January 27, 2023 January Lunch & Learn
January 20, 2023 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16-hour course
January 13, 2023 Situational Awareness
January 13, 2023 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
January 07, 2023 Practical Pistol
January 07, 2023 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
January 05, 2023 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
January 03, 2023 Mesa Monthly Meeting
January 02, 2023 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
December 16, 2022 December Lunch & Learn
December 06, 2022 Mesa Monthly Meeting
December 01, 2022 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
November 19, 2022 AZ Armed Security Guard 8-Hour Refresher
November 12, 2022 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
November 07, 2022 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
November 05, 2022 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
November 03, 2022 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
November 01, 2022 Mesa Monthly Meeting
October 29, 2022 Verbal De-Escalation & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
October 28, 2022 October Lunch & Learn
October 22, 2022 AZ Armed Security Guard 8-Hour Refresher
October 15, 2022 Firearm Skill Development Workshop
October 06, 2022 Phoenix Monthly Meeting
October 04, 2022 Mesa Monthly Meeting
October 03, 2022 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
October 01, 2022 AZ Armed Guard Qualification
October 01, 2022 Practical Pistol
September 30, 2022 September Lunch & Learn
September 30, 2022 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
September 23, 2022 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16-hour course
September 19, 2022 Surprise, AZ Monthly Meeting
September 17, 2022 4th Annual Defending the Flock Day of Training
September 10, 2022 Women's Introduction to Pistols
September 08, 2022 Arizona Armed Security Guard 16-hour course
September 02, 2022 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
September 02, 2022 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
September 01, 2022 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
August 27, 2022 Arizona Armed Security Guard 8 hour Refresher Course
August 26, 2022 August Lunch & Learn
August 20, 2022 Arizona Armed Security Guard 8 hour Refresher Course
August 13, 2022 AZ Armed Security Guard 8-Hour Refresher
August 04, 2022 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
July 30, 2022 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
July 16, 2022 Reality Based Training Force-on-Target
July 07, 2022 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
June 25, 2022 De-escalating High Threat Situations with the Use of Active Listening Skills
June 24, 2022 June Lunch & Learn
June 21, 2022 Introduction to Defensive Tactics
June 17, 2022 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
June 11, 2022 Basic Pistol
June 04, 2022 Low-Light Handgun
June 02, 2022 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
May 27, 2022 May Lunch & Learn
May 21, 2022 Intermediate Handgun Three Vehicles & Parking Lots
May 15, 2022 Stop-the-Bleed
May 14, 2022 Intermediate Handgun- Defensive Actions One
May 07, 2022 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
May 05, 2022 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
April 29, 2022 April Lunch & Learn
April 29, 2022 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
April 22, 2022 AZCSN Presents Massad Ayoob Armed Citizen Rules of Engagement
April 16, 2022 Arizona Armed Security Guard 8 hour Refresher Course
April 07, 2022 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
March 31, 2022 Sierra Vista Monthly Meeting Topic: A Biblical Basis for Church Security
March 18, 2022 March Lunch & Learn
March 04, 2022 AZCSN: Before the Need Arises Conference 2022
February 25, 2022 February Lunch & Learn
February 22, 2022 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
February 19, 2022 Intermediate Handgun- Defensive Actions Two
February 18, 2022 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
February 12, 2022 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
February 05, 2022 Arizona Armed Security Guard 8 hour Refresher Course
February 04, 2022 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
February 03, 2022 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
January 28, 2022 AZ Armed Guard Refresher
January 28, 2022 January Lunch & Learn
January 27, 2022 Sierra Vista Monthly Meeting
January 22, 2022 NRA Range Safety Officer Course
January 08, 2022 I LIVED: Violent Intruder Response Training for Churches & Schools
January 06, 2022 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
December 17, 2021 December Lunch & Learn
December 11, 2021 AZ Armed Security Guard Refresher
December 02, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
November 20, 2021 AZCSN Presents Jerry McCown Mindset Course
November 19, 2021 November Lunch & Learn
November 13, 2021 Introduction to Impact Weapons
November 13, 2021 Unarmed Security Guard Training
November 12, 2021 Low-Light Handgun
November 04, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
October 29, 2021 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
October 23, 2021 AZ Armed Security Guard 8-Hour Refresher
October 22, 2021 October Lunch & Learn
October 21, 2021 Verbal De-Escalation
October 19, 2021 Survival Stress and Nervous System Response
October 16, 2021 Basic Pistol
October 07, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
September 17, 2021 Defending the Flock 2021 Conference
September 11, 2021 Intermediate Handgun- Defensive Actions Two
September 03, 2021 AZ Armed Guard Refresher
September 02, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
August 28, 2021 Basic Pistol
August 27, 2021 August Lunch & Learn
August 24, 2021 Communication and Report Writing
August 20, 2021 Situational Awareness
August 20, 2021 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
August 19, 2021 Communication and Report Writing
August 13, 2021 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
August 07, 2021 Stop-the-Bleed & I LIVED: Civilian Response to Active Attackers
August 05, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
July 30, 2021 I LIVED: Civilian Response to Active Attackers
July 27, 2021 I LIVED: Civilian Response to Active Attackers
July 17, 2021 Dr. Alexis Artwohl: Deadly Force Encounters
July 01, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
June 26, 2021 Intermediate Handgun/Vehicles & Parking Lots
June 25, 2021 June Lunch & Learn
June 18, 2021 Understanding Child Protection
June 18, 2021 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
June 17, 2021 Use-of-Force in Safety/Security Operations
June 12, 2021 AZ Armed Guard Refresher
June 05, 2021 After the Use of Deadly Force
June 03, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
May 28, 2021 May Lunch & Learn
May 20, 2021 Situational Awareness
May 16, 2021 Use of Force in Safety/Security Operations
May 08, 2021 I LIVED: Civilian Response to Active Attackers
May 06, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
May 04, 2021 Use-of-Force in Safety/Security Operations
April 30, 2021 April Lunch & Learn
April 24, 2021 Arizona Armed Security 8 hour refresher course
April 19, 2021 Situational Awareness
April 13, 2021 Understanding Child Protection
April 10, 2021 Intermediate Handgun
April 09, 2021 Low-Light Handgun
April 03, 2021 Low-Light Handgun
April 03, 2021 Intermediate Handgun
April 01, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
March 26, 2021 March Lunch & Learn
March 12, 2021 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
March 04, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
February 26, 2021 February Lunch & Learn
February 20, 2021 Basic Pistol
February 19, 2021 AZ Armed Guard Refresher
February 13, 2021 Basic Pistol
February 05, 2021 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
February 04, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
January 29, 2021 AZ Armed Guard Refresher
January 29, 2021 January Lunch & Learn
January 26, 2021 Arizona CCW Class
January 22, 2021 Low-Light Handgun
January 15, 2021 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
January 09, 2021 AZ Armed Guard Refresher
January 07, 2021 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
December 18, 2020 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
December 11, 2020 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
December 03, 2020 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
November 05, 2020 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
October 30, 2020 October Lunch & Learn
October 23, 2020 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
October 17, 2020 Basic Pistol
October 01, 2020 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting
September 26, 2020 Defending the Flock Conference
September 18, 2020 Intermediate Handgun
September 03, 2020 Phoenix Metro Monthly Meeting: Verbal De-Escalation
August 28, 2020 August Lunch & Learn
August 21, 2020 Arizona Armed Security 16 hour course
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