Police solutions


Practicing the correct handling of weapons, as well as training in shooting at a virtual shooting range. Target shooting and virtual shooting range.
Any situation which requires a police officer to use their firearm comes with a wide range of complexities. Officers need to maintain control of the situation, and actively de-escalate it while eliminating any threats, with minimal loss of life.
This can be quite a challenge, and very difficult to train for. In most police departments, firearm training is common, and officers regularly practice shooting to improve their accuracy and speed. However, simple marksmanship training at the range isn't enough. It does make officers a better shot but does nothing to hone their decision-making and situational awareness skills, which are equally important in a shootout.

In recent years, there have been many scenarios where police officers have used their weapons preemptively and caused unnecessary deaths or injuries. In many cases, police officers, especially inexperienced ones, can feel nervous in "Use of Force" Scenarios. In such situations, instincts take over, and when the only thing an officer has trained is marksmanship, they are going to shoot first and think later.

This is not acceptable, it is important to note that if a police officer, who is trained to deal with dangerous situations can get nervous, how can you expect a civilian, who has a gun pointed at their face, to stay calm. In such a situation, a civilian may react in a way that startles the police officer, and they may squeeze the trigger, resulting in a crisis that would have been avoidable.

The problem is that officers are trained, but not properly. Officers train their marksmanship skills and take separate classes and courses to learn about de-escalation, lawful use of force, civilian rights, and ethical policing, however, there is no training exercise that could combine them all, and present a realistic training environment.
Modern Police Firearm Simulation Training is an excellent way to combine simple marksmanship training, with hyper-realistic training scenarios, that encourage officers to use a wide variety of techniques and tactics. These simulators allow police officers to go beyond simple "Use of Force" training, and experience a complete engagement scenario, with all of its complexities and nuances. They can train their human interaction skills, learn about de-escalation, and defensive firearm combat in comprehensive training exercises that are safer and more cost-effective than going to a shooting range.

These training simulators have loads of realistic virtual training exercises, with high-definition and immersive visuals. The weapons used for these simulations have quite a realistic recoil response and feel in the hands of an officer. Moreover, officers are able to train with a variety of weapons, in different environments, and even low light situations.

Several police departments in the US, and all over the world have started using training simulators and have found them to be very successful. They can provide police officers with actionable experience, and allow professionals to analyze the performance of the officers to help them improve. A good training regime, with immersive and detailed scenarios, can give police officers the experience they need to avoid unnecessary loss of life, of both civilians and their fellow officers.
We have developed a large number of software for shooting simulators. You can get acquainted with all products in the catalog.
Operating system
Works on Windows and Mac OS (Windows emulator)
24/7 full support
Throughout the license period, you receive free support for any questions you may have
Compatible with any virtual shooting range from third party manufacturer. Such as: Laser ammo, Laser Shot, iMarksman, etc.

Regular free updates
All our software is periodically updated via the Internet. All updates are FREE and you receive updates within the terms of your license. No additional fees or microtransactions
Professional shooters
Сreated with the active participation of specialists in tactical and military training, sports shooting, ISSF, IPSC / USPSA and IDPA shooting. The exercises created by shooters and trainers with years of practical experience.
Are there any restrictions after purchasing a license. For example, a limited number of shots per day or additional microtransactions and so on?
There are no additional or hidden fees or microtransactions in any of our programs. After you bought a license - you get the full functionality of the program for the period for which you paid. And also all future updates of the program are available free of charge.
Are there updates for the software and is it free?
All our software is periodically updated via the Internet. All updates are FREE and you receive updates within the terms of your license. No additional fees or microtransactions.
Is this software compatible with third-party manufacturers?
Our programs are compatible with the vast majority of virtual shooting ranges on the market, for example iMarksman, Laser Ammo, Laser Shot, G-Sight, etc. If you need help setting up compatibility with third-party software from another manufacturer, we will help you or refund.
What conditions need to be created in order for the virtual shooting range to work as efficiently as possible?
  1. Absence of direct sunlight, as well as reflections from bright (brighter than the projection) light sources (for example, a mirror reflecting lamp light into the camera lens).
  2. The surface on which the projection is placed should not be black / dark (black / dark surfaces absorb the laser beam from the weapon mockup and it becomes not bright enough for correct recognition), it should not be glossy, as the projection itself is reflected from such a surface not evenly.
  3. Programs work correctly under normal room lighting (but without bright direct sunlight and other glare that is brighter than the projection). Also, do not use completely darkened rooms.
  4. The best distance to install the camera is 3-6 meters from the projection. Do not position the camera too far from the work surface.
  5. Observe the projection proportions by setting the "AUTO" mode in the projector aspect ratio settings - the projector will automatically select the scale according to the resolution of the connected device (computer).
Does it have VR / 3D support?
Yes, software are made with VR / 3D surround image support. It is important that the hardware (computer / projector / glasses) are compatible with each other and it could create a 3D image. For example, all equipment runs on NVIDIA 3D VISION
Minimum and optimal computer system requirements
Minimum requirements:
Processor: at least 1.9 GHz Number of cores: at least 4
RAM: at least DDR3
RAM: at least 4 Gb
Operating system Windows 7/8/10/11
Video card: built-in video card can be used

Optimal requirements:
Processor: at least 2.3 GHz Number of cores: at least 4
RAM: at least DDR3
RAM: at least 8 Gb
Operating system Windows 7/8/10/11
Video card: discrete at least 4 Gb
What is the quality of the image and screen resolution?
Image quality and resolution depend only on the equipment on which the content will be played. The software supports all available screen resolutions, including 5K (5120 × 2880) / 4K (3840 × 2160) / FULL HD (1920 × 1080).

Games can be run both on a computer with a built-in video card and a projector with a resolution of 800x600, and on a computer with discrete video and a 5K / 4K / Full HD projector - accordingly, in the second case, the picture will be significantly better than in the first.
Do you have conditions for partnership, special prices and so on?
Yes, for our partners we provide special conditions and prices that you can see by leaving a request in a special form on this page https://shooting-soft.com/partners