Peace Officer Training Academy

Email: info @ peace officer academy . com

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Locations > Buffalo Office

The Peace Officer Training Academy is proud to announce that we have expanded across New York State, with offices and training facilities in Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse (including Elmira and Ithaca), and New York City.

    • Peace Officers:
      • Basic Peace Officer Course
      • Basic Peace Officer Course/with Firearms
      • Aerosol Subject Restraint (Initial and Annual Training)
      • Police Baton and Expandable Baton (Initial and Annual Training)
      • Defensive Tactics (Basic and Advanced)
      • HR-218 (Retirees Firearms Training)
      • Weapons of Mass Destruction (Homeland Security)
    • Police Officers:
      • Active Shooter Training
      • Riot Control
      • Basic and Advanced Patrol Rifle
      • Vehicle Dismounts and Advanced Combat Pistol
      • HR-218 (Retirees Firearms Training)
      • Weapons of Mass Destruction (Homeland Security)
    • Security Guard Training:
      • 8-hour Pre-Assignment Course
      • 16-hour On-the-Job Training Course
      • 47-hour Firearms Training Course
      • Handcuffing
      • Expandable Baton
      • Defensive Tactics
      • Aerosol Subject Restraint (Pepper Spray)
      • Annual Firearms Training for armed guards
      • Annual Training for unarmed guards
    • Military:
      • All Courses offered are extended to military personnel, including specialized training that fits your training needs. The Academy is proud to have trained hundreds of military personnel being deployed overseas.
    • Civilian Training:
      • 4-hour basic course for persons and business executives who own firearms
      • 4-hour safety course for pistol permit requirements
      • Weapons of Mass Destruction (Homeland Security)

All curriculums and standards of training are set forth by the New York Division of Criminal Justice Services.

For more information on training opportunities in the Buffalo area, please contact:
  • Training Director:
  •  Chief Dennis Brennan (716) 545-6269