Non-Compliant Vessel Pursuit

     

     

     


    The MLE Academy offers the Coast Guards only Non-Compliant Vessel Pursuit (NCVP) courses. These courses are offered to U.S. Coast Guard personnel at designated Pursuit Units. The purpose of the NCVP courses are to prepare pursuit crews for the dangerous and difficult tasks associated with stopping non-compliant vessels at sea. Graduates of the NCVP courses possess the skills and knowledge necessary to pursue and gain compliance of vessels in a safe and professional manner. During these five day courses, the majority of the training is performed hands on while underway. Students are evaluated verbally, and through performance based training evolutions.

    Course Codes:

    Non-Compliant Vessel Pursuit: 502064
    Pursuit DT: 100019

    Qualification Codes:

    PCOXN, PBCM, PMC, PURDT, PUROPFOR

    Length:

    4 training days, 1 evaluation day

    Curriculum:

    Pursuit Mission
    Pursuit Tactics
    NCVP Steps
    MOB / Contraband Recovery
    SDRE
    PMC
    International Law
    Night Vision Devices
    SNO Communications
    Plan Unit Training and OPFOR
    Current Trends
    Customs Border Protection
    Underway Pursuit Scenarios

    For Pursuit Coxswains (PCOXN):

    • Certified RB-S II, SPC- LE or OTH Coxswain
    • 20 Certified U/W hours on RB-S II, SPC-LE or OTH in last 6 months
    • Certified BTM or BO
    • Certified RB-S II, SPC-LE or OTH PBCM
    • Current Weapons PQS on M4-16//M870/PDW
    • Member must be E4 or above assigned to or with orders to a Pursuit unit.
    • Unit Commanding Officer or Officer in Charge certifies that this member has consistently demonstrated the maturity, judgment, and boat handling skills necessary to perform high-risk training.

    For Pursuit Crewman (PBCM):

    • Certified OTH / OTH-J Boat Crewman or Engineer.
    • Certified BTM or BO.
    • Certified on Remington 870 Shotgun (PRSC, PSSC, LA-51).
    • Current Weapons PQS on M-16/M-870/PDW.
    • Member must be E3 or above assigned to or with orders to a Pursuit unit.
    • Unit Commanding Officer or Officer in Charge certifies that this member has consistently demonstrated the maturity, judgment, and crewman skills necessary to perform high-risk boat training.

    For Pursuit Mission Commander (PMC):

    • Certified OTH / OTH-J Boat Crewman or Engineer.
    • Certified Boarding Officer.
    • Current Weapons PQS on M-16/M-870/PDW.
    • Member must be E4 or above assigned to or with orders to a Pursuit unit.
    • Unit Commanding Officer or Officer in Charge certifies that this member has consistently demonstrated the maturity, judgment, and crewman skills necessary to perform high-risk boat training.

    College Credit Recommendation:

    Credit recommendation from American Council on Education (ACE) as follows:  In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in maritime law enforcement.

    Waivers:

    All Boat Forces Course Waivers must be approved by the Office of Boat Forces CG-731.

    How to Apply:

    Submit Electronic Training Request (ETR) via Direct Access. Please be sure to list three dates in which the member can attend ranking in order of precedence.

    Convenings:

    Visit ETQC’s website on the portal for future class dates.   

     

    Pursuit Designated Trainer 100019

    Qualification Codes:

    PDT, POPFOR

    Length:

    4 training days, 1 evaluation day

    Curriculum:

    DT OPFOR HRT risk management
    DT OPFOR policy
    Pursuit OTP
    Pursuit case study

    Prerequisites:

    • Active duty E-5 or above (CG-731 will consider waiver requests for highly qualified E-4’s).
    • Certified Pursuit Coxswain (SPC-LE, RBS II, OTH III or IV) for at least 6 months prior to course convening date.
    • Unit Commanding Officer or Officer in Charge certifies that this member has consistently demonstrated the maturity, judgment, and skills necessary to perform high-risk boat training.

    Waivers:

    All Boat Forces Course Waivers must be approved by the Office of Boat Forces CG-731.

    How to Apply:

    Submit Electronic Training Request (ETR) via Direct Access. For the pursuit course be sure to list three dates in which the member can attend ranking in order of precedence.

    Convenings:

    Visit ETQC’s website on the portal for future class dates.        

    POCs

    DT Course
    BM1 Angel Cardona
    843-740-6603
    Angel.J.Cardona@uscg.mil

    Pursuit Course
    BMC Justin Lubore
    843-974-6357
    Justin.D.Lubore@uscg.mil

    School Chief
    BMCS Adam Fredrickson
    (843) 974-6356
    Adam.M.Fredrickson@uscg.mil

    Branch Chief
    LT Jonathan Gardner
    (843)746-7984
    Jonathan.J.Gardner@uscg.mil