Sherman, Luke
High-Risk Warrant Service
4 DAYS
Hours: 32    Start Time: 08:00    End Time: 17:00    
SUN 18MON 19TUE 20WED 21THU 22FRI 23SAT 24

This comprehensive course will train SWAT personnel in the elements of a high-risk warrant service. Concepts involving warrant planning; intelligence gathering; target site scouting; uses of diversion and breaching; and methods of executing the warrant inclusive of breach and hold, limited penetration, and contain and call out will be taught in this hands-on, challenging course.

Equipment List:
  • Primary and secondary entry weapons:
    NO AMMUNITION REQUIRED AS THERE IS NO LIVE FIRE IN THIS CLASS.
  • Tactical Uniform
  • Knee and elbow protection
  • Eye (goggles) and ear protection
  • Gas Mask
  • Gloves
  • Protective gear for Simunitions
  • Boots
  • Rain Gear
  • Body Armor
  • Chemical Agent Mask
  • Load Bearing Vest (optional)
  • Ballistic Helmet (optional)
  • Light Mount for Weapons Highly Recommended
  • Training weapon capable of shooting 9mm training ammo (handgun/entry weapon)
  • Hat
  • Day pack w/Hydration System
  • Snack foods such as Power Bars or Trail Mix
  • Sun block
  • Mirrors for searching

  • Luke Sherman - Bio
    Sgt. Luke Sherman joined the Tulsa (OK) Police Department in 1992. He has served in patrol, investigations, headquarters and SWAT. He was selected to the department's SWAT team in 1995 and served as tactical operator, part of the team leader cadre and command. In two decades of leadership, Sherman has been involved in thousands of tactical incidents, warrants, deployments and high-profile investigations. As a result, Sherman has developed extensive experience in field tactics, critical decision-making processes, supervisory and incident command responsibilities. Since 2008, Sherman has led the department's Fugitive Warrants Unit and is also one of the leaders of the U.S. Marshal's Northeast Oklahoma Violent Crimes Task Force where he is a special deputy U.S. Marshal.