Information for prospective clients
Our first concern is always safety, both of our staff and your personnel. Unless a training day has a range component to it, during all of our practical and scenario-based training all weapons and ammunition must be secured prior to entering the training area. All equipment necessary for a training day will be either coordinated with your department or provided by MFP. If this training is conducted outside of a department facility and security is a concern, you should plan on assigning an armed security officer for the location. This officer should have sufficient equipment to secure the weapons of all participants during training. These requirements do not apply to classes that are completely lecture based.
Unlike many other training and consulting firms, we do not display lists of agencies who are our clients on our website. There are two reasons for this. One is that we believe that any agency that hires us does so for their benefit and not ours. We do not think that a client who pays us for our work should then be used as advertising on our behalf. While we always appreciate testimonials from satisfied clients, we truly believe that the best advertising is word of mouth. Second and even more importantly, given the vitriolic climate that law enforcement agencies are currently operating under, we do not think it is prudent to reveal to the general public any agencies that may be our clients. In selecting our servers and hosting companies, we have shown the utmost respect for the protection of our clients data. But we believe the best first defense against doxing, hacking, and other types of cyber attacks is to maintain your agencies confidentiality.
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