Academy Certifications and Accreditations

All of our courses are certified by CLEET (Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training) as credit for continuing education requirements for officers and security professionals

Tailored Courses for Agencies

In addition to our regularly scheduled courses, Jarvis Inc. also customizes specialized training courses to meet the specific needs and requests of military and law enforcement agencies as well as the private sector and corporations.


Alarm Bypass

This three day course of instruction deals with various types of alarm systems, alarm sensors, wire diagnostics and various bypass techniques.  This course is also included in our Covert Entry and Render Safe EOD Operations courses.  Basic electronics is a prerequisite for this course.

Alarm Bypass

Covert Entry


The course covers knowledge and skills necessary to plan and implement a covert entry. COI includes lock understanding, lockpicking, alternate methods of entry, vehicle entry, and alarm bypass.

Students will learn to pick/bypass locks that are manufactured and sold in several different countries to provide a versatile skill that not only works in U.S. but in several foreign countries. In addition to lock manipulation, a vehicle entry portion is included to show methods of entering a vehicle using the provided kit and field expedient items. The course length varies from three days to two weeks depending on units/agency's requirements. Please contact us for pricing.

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Electronics for EOD Technicians

Prerequisites: Must possess a basic knowledge of electronics, Military and government agencies only

This 40-hour course is for students that have attended a basic electronics course and have an understanding of Ohms Law. This course consists of lab exercises where attendees will work with various electronic components and will design and build IED triggering devices in order to gain a better understanding of how they work, thus understanding their weaknesses and vulnerabilities. This is an electronics course. There is no handling or use of explosives.

Render Safe EOD Operations

Prerequisites: Restricted to graduates from NAVSCOLEOD or Hazardous devices school, or currently a member of a law enforcement bomb squad or SWAT team.

This course consists of one to two weeks training in various techniques, processes, and methodologies for use in high-risk EOD operations such as dealing with hostages, threat assessments, alternative remote techniques, and more. This course is designed to give the EOD operator additional tools for these situations to allow them and their organization to develop their own Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP's).

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Vehicle Commandeering

Prerequisites: Available to law enforcement and government agencies only.

A two-day course restricted to military and special operation or intelligence agencies which entails commandeering automobiles, heavy equipment, and water crafts. Students will be taught which make and model vehicles are relatively easy to commandeer using only a screwdriver and/or and ignitions puller and which ones could be problematic. Students will also be taught how to "hot wire" Marine equipment (boats). Practical exercises will be conducted at a salvage yard.


(Open to Both Military-Law Enforcement and Private Sector)

Covert Video Operations

This 40-hour course of instruction introduces the student to the use of the latest state-of-the-art video equipment for investigative and surveillance purposes. The course covers both mobile and fixed surveillance operations. The various types of cameras and lenses will be covered, such as concealment techniques, video alarm systems, RF video transmission, and IP cameras and DVRs. Students will participate in practical exercises using various cameras, lenses, transmission methods, and various lighting conditions.


Covert Video Operations

Executive Protection

This one week course is designed to meet the unique and specific needs of the security professional who works one-on-one with an executive, high net worth families, or other “at risk” individuals to ensure their safety and security. It will give the student time tested, proven strategies and tactics for planning and providing effective security while balancing multiple responsibilities such as executive transportation, event planning/coordination, travel security and more as an executive protection (EP) solo practitioner. 

This training is applicable to security drivers and executive chauffeurs, EP specialists, security managers, and those wanting to make the transfer into the corporate world. The instructors for this course have spent their careers in this field of expertise performing EP responsibilities for top corporate executives.

Firearms Instruction

Fundamentals of Marksmanship

This course not only introduces the fundamental skills of marksmanship, but offers techniques and skills to enhance individual mastery of these skills. During this period of instruction, students will learn how to achieve sight alignment, proper shooting positions, breathing and trigger control techniques, as well as basic fundamental refinement of these skills. Students will also learn basic firearms safety for the home, as well as the firing line. During this course, students will also be introduced to the mental management skills required to become a more effective shooter. This class is well suited for the introductory shooter, or the shooter working to refine and enhance an existing skill set.

Tactical Pistol

The tactics, techniques, and procedures during this course are consistent with contemporary combat marksmanship skills taught and applied throughout the military and most law enforcement training courses. Students will be introduced to techniques for immediate response with their firearm. This course will develop the student’s ability to employ their weapon from tactical positions as well as from a holster. This course also introduces advanced magazine change skills and speed reloading techniques. The focus of this course is to enhance existing marksmanship skills and is a premier course for those with new SDA licenses.


Competitive Pistol Techniques


The purpose of this course is to enhance the skill sets of those competing at a competitive level and those who are in the beginning stages of competitive pistol marksmanship. The instruction covers a wide range of skills from marksmanship techniques for advanced shooters, to how to properly set up your equipment during the match. This course is taught by a former United States Marine Corps Range Officer who spent 2 years as the Officer In Charge of a base shooting team.


Mobile Surveillance

This three-day course of instruction is designed for Law Enforcement, Corporate Security, and Private Investigators that have requirements to plan, manage, and/or perform surveillance operations. This course provides both the theoretical and practical techniques in both urban and rural terrain.

In a 360-degree training environment building the students experience through practical exercises.

This course teaches the accepted and lawful techniques of performing vehicle surveillance of a person, place, or thing to obtain information. The course covers both single and multi-vehicle surveillance techniques as well as the use of documenting the target's activity by observation, photographs, or video.

Self Defense Act License

Jarvis Incorporated is now offering

Firearm and Safety Classes to receive your

Oklahoma State Self Defense License.



Classes are $55.00 per student.


Group Rates and Special Schedules

Available Upon Request.


(TSCM) Technical Security Countermeasures

This one-week course is designed for government and corporate technical security departments that have the responsibility of establishing policies and procedures to safeguard classified/proprietary information from unauthorized disclosures. This course covers preventing technical penetration, defeating bugging devices if successfully installed, and detecting devices (performing bug sweeps). Students will learn the capabilities and limitations of products designed to detect the various types of bugging devices. Also discussed are security devices and procedures for access controls and building secure conference rooms (Classified discussion areas).


Technical Security Countermeasures



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Upcoming Classes

Sat, Dec 5th, 2015, @8:00am - 05:00PM
Oklahoma (SDA) Self Defense Act Firearms Licensing Course