The NRA Distinguished Revolver/Pistol Program was designed to recognize excellence in Police Combat competition. The distinguished match is fired during NRA PPC Regional tournaments and during the NRA National Police Shooting Championships. It is a service revolver/pistol type match and the equipment requirements are more stringent than in normal NRA sanctioned combat competition.
The NRA Governor's 20 Program was designed to recognize the top 20 law enforcement officers from each state for excellence in Police Combat competition. Each state's program is administered by the respective league or association. Typically, the top three scores for each officer is averaged, and the top 20 officers ranked and recognized at a banquet at the end of their season.
The NRA 1480/1490 Honorary Club program was designed to recognize Police Pistol Combat shooters who have fired outstanding scores in competition by admitting them to the NRA Honorary Club. Membership is acquired by firing a score of 1480 and/or 1490 or more over the 1500 National Police Combat Aggregate in an Outdoor NRA Registered Police Pistol Combat Tournament.
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.