ACTIVE THREAT RESPONSE TRAINING
LSS Training was started by a group of law enforcement officers who were unhappy with the quality of personal protection training available to the general public. We originally started by providing "women's only" concealed-carry and firearms classes, but quickly expanded to include active shooter and combat medicine trainings, open to everyone.
"Active Threat Response" is now our main focus and our Instructors have training and/or instructor-level certifications in several different disciplines. Our team includes cops, security guards, military veterans, SWAT operators, and EMTs; all of whom are ready to help you learn to stay safer on and off the job.
To Equip the Public to Respond to Acts of Lethal Violence in a Practical and Effective Way.
Ian is in his 19th year as a sworn Peace Officer. He is currently assigned as a School Resource Officer (SRO) with a local city police department.
In addition to working in the schools, Ian also assists his department as: a Firearms Instructor, Active Shooter Response Instructor, Hostage Negotiator, and a Crisis/Peer Support Mentor.
As an SRO, Ian has helped write emergency response plans for his school district and also helps the other SROs run “Lockdown/Lockout Drills” at Elementary, Middle, and High Schools. In his spare time Ian likes to read and spend time with his family.
Mike grew up in Medford, Oregon and has been a sworn law enforcement officer for the last fourteen years. Mike is a Marine Corps infantry combat veteran, who served with Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion 3rd Marine Regiment.
Mike has served as a police officer and Patrol K-9 Handler in police agencies in So. Oregon and the Tacoma, Washington metro area. Mike is a Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor, Field Training Officer, and Active Threat Response Instructor.
Mike lives in Southern Oregon with his wife and four children. He loves spending time with his family and friends, camping, and reading. He cares deeply for the Southern Oregon area and hopes to continue to keep it a safe and healthy place to live.
"In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing."