Tulsa Police | Virtual Reality
The Tulsa Police department is using Virtual Reality to train police officers. The VR training program will help trainees to face real life encounters more efficiently and confidently.
The VR simulation is more like a video game where an officer wears a VR headset and is teleported to different virtual scenarios from domestic abuse hostage to active shooting and car stop situations. The training officers control the simulation through a laptop and a microphone. Moreover, the supervisors can create challenging situations by changing the behavior and weapon of the suspect.
The VR training simulation helps to enhance the communication skills among trainees and help them learn de-escalating techniques. Additionally, VR for training can be conducted at a faster speed than traditional real-life training methods.
Brand: Tulsa Police
Tech: Virtual Reality