9am – 11pm Saturday
Choose Your Own T-Times
2 Different Tournament Levels 1. Kids & Teens up to 15 years old and 2. Adults 16+.
Trophies and Prizes for top 3 finishers of each level.
Sunday, Tentative Time: 10am
The shooting competition will take place at the Hudson Falls Shooting Range in Hudson Falls. All participants must be active or retired law enforcement officers and may be required to show I.D. Participants will be required to bring their own ammunition. Competitions is for pistols only. $250 Top Prize + Gold Medal, Silver & Bronze Medal for 2nd & 3rd place
The first Group of golf (9 holes) will take place at Top of the World Golf Resort on Friday at 2:00 pm. The second Group (9 holes) starts at 1:00 pm on Saturday. The tournament is a 2 person scramble with a shotgun start. Handicaps will be determined prior to round. Please show up 30 minutes ahead of time to prepare for the round. All participants must be active or retired law enforcement officers and may be required to show I.D. $25. Includes cart and 1 beverage. $250 Top Prize for Team + Gold Medal, Silver & Bronze Medal for 2nd & 3rd place. You will receive your tee time at will call. Top 3 teams will receive medals.
Law Enforcement Response & Recognition of Homemade Explosives
John Nicastro is a New York City Police Officer, retired United States Marine, Dignitary Protection Specialist and Counter Terrorism Officer. Through his many years as a United States Marine and NYPD Police Officer, John has vast experience and knowledge of homemade explosives. In this seminar, participants will learn how to detect the “warning signs” of homemade explosives such as materials and dangerous chemicals that are most commonly used by domestic terrorists.
Winning The Battle: Emotional Issues Faced by LEOs
Jacklyn Person is a single mom of six, Retired Foxboro Police Officer, US Army Veteran and Domestic/Sexual Violence Advocate. In 2004, Officer Person was involved in a shooting which would become the most profound moment of her life. Not only as a police officer but as a survivor. In this seminar, Jacklyn will discuss her perspective of the incident and the aftermath, which led to her battle with PTSD.
The Conquer Program: Suicide Awareness & Intervention for LEOs
Dr. Stephen Wakschal is a clinical psychologist with over 40 years of experience in the field of trauma and suicide with a particular focus on the law enforcement community. He is currently a New York State Police PBA Surgeon and has worked over 32 years for the New York State Office of Mental Health, conducting Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) to federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. In this seminar, participants will learn how to recognize suicide “invitations,” connect with the suicidal person through active listening, directly question their intent, and intervene to save lives.
Dr. Stephen Wakschal
More Than Mere Survival
Houston Gass is a Police Officer with the Jacksboro, Texas Police Department. On January 6th, 2015, Officer Gass responded to a domestic disturbance call and 30 minutes later, his life would completely change. Officer Gass was shot in the face with a 12 gauge shotgun at point-blank-range through a door, and lived to tell his story. While that day could be said to be his worst, Houston choose to look at it as his best. Officer Gass is an unapologetic Christian, husband, father, survivor and proud police officer. In this seminar, Houston will discuss the battle he faced with recovery. Not just physically, but more importantly, the spiritual and psychological recovery aspects which can be used by any officer facing their own battles.