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January, 2023

Instructor Development Class
January 2023



September, 2022

Mandatory NYS Pistol Permit 18 Hour Training Classes


Delhi Police Training Division will begin to offer the new mandatory NYS Pistol Permit 18 hour training class very soon. We will also offer the 5 hr class that is still required for a premise pistol permit.

For further information, contact Capt. James Small at or 607-434-6101.


November, 2022

Low Light Firearm Training

The Delhi Police Training Division (DPTD) recently completed three nights of specialized firearms training for law enforcement, security and civilians. The classes were held at the Capt. James Small Firearms Training Facility, in Delhi.

Because approximately 65% of officer involved shooting occur in low light conditions, the purpose of this training was to replicate those conditions. The class ran from 5 pm to 9 pm each evening and included a standard qualifications course of fire using flashlights,a moving response drill with up/down targets, a lateral moving drill with assailant/non-assailant targets, and moving decision making drills through the mock “shoot house”.

Officers from the following agencies attended this training: Delhi Police, Cairo Police, Dolgeville Police, Nassau County Sheriff’s Office, Suffolk County Park Rangers, Nassau County Fire Marshalls, SUNY Oneonta Police, Mallinckrodt Security, Bassett Hospital Security, Walton Police and Windham Police.Instructors were provided by the Delhi Police Training Unit.

September, 2022

Range Awarded ARPA Grant


Jim Baxter masonry recently poured the concrete pad for our new Covered shooting area we are building from the ARPA grant funding. This will allow us to shoot in all kinds of inclement weather conditions.


June, 2022

Firearms Instructor Course


NYS Firearms Instructor Course, June 2022, Delhi, N.Y.  Two weeks of intensive firearms training to earn certification as a NYS firearms instructor. 12 started the class, 11 met the requirements to become instructors.

Officer Thomas Parquez was awarded the top honor for the class receiving the Constable Richard R. Kelly Memorial Award for excellence in firearms training.


Next year's class will begin June 5th, 2023.



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