There are no requirements to host an approved event, however, the NRA encourages any interested agency or range facility to consider utilizing the NRA Tactical Police Competition Standards (Rules) when conducting an event.The NRA seeks continuity within the program and desires anyone interested in continuing to "Bring the Streets to the Range" to contact NRA LEAD Competitions staff to find out more about becoming a host of a TPC event.
To be a host facility, the host range should have the capabilities of:
6-8 individual shooting bays with side berms
Bays should be similar in construction as those used in IPSC, IDPA or Cowboy Action Shooting. Contact the TPC Administrator if your range has another style of berm or backstop.
Stage construction materials
IPSC/IDPA type portable target stands with wooden target sticks
Simulated cover (i.e., plywood or coroplast walls, barricades, plastic drums or other type of range props)
Stage materials during match such as staple guns, hammers, timers and clip boards with ink pens
Some type of shelter (fixed or portable) to allow the competitors relief from the weather (rain or sun)
Restroom availability (fixed or portable)
Ease of access into the shooting facility
Ample parking for staff and competitors
Electricity (permanent or generator) for running statistical office computer and printers.
Drinkable water (coolers are acceptable)
Area suitable for match administration area and registration (pop-up shelters may be acceptable)
Folding tables and chairs for administration area and display of awards
Ample staff available to set up, serve as match administration, registration, match stats entry, tear down and serve as range officers on stages (best if there are three range officers per stage)
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.