Competitors frequently contact the Law Enforcement Competitions Department with rule-related equipment and firearm questions, or about issues dealing with tournament reporting, forms, targets, PPC classification, and the Distinguished program.
Using these valuable questions, we have developed the Police Pistol Combat Program Bulletin. Each bulletin answers a specific question concerning the Police Pistol Combat program and passes on information from Law Enforcement Competitors that is useful to PPC program participants.
Just check out the Police Pistol Program Bulletin index below and click on the bulletin number you are interested in.
Have a topic you don't see listed that should be? Just email LEcompetitions@nrahq.org with your question and full details. Be as specific as possible, listing manufacturer information, model numbers, etc., and attach any digital photographs that may help.
Want to get new PPC Program Bulletins when they come out? Just send us an email requesting to be on the notification list at LEcompetitions@nrahq.org and we will add you to the list.
The NRA Law Enforcement Division offers a complete police shooting program to police departments and law enforcement agencies to encourage patrol officers to gain more experience, training and time on the range using their duty firearms.