The NRA, as an organization, has been providing firearms
training, competition, and safety programs since its inception in
The Law Enforcement Division (LED) of the NRA was established in
1960 specifically to provide the law enforcement community with a
means to certify law enforcement firearm
We also offer law enforcement firearm
competitions, as we believe competition is a direct
extension of training. Since 1962 we have conducted the National Police Shooting
Championships, as they are known today.
In 2008, we began an exciting new multi-gun law enforcement
competition called the Tactical Police Competition, or TPC.
The NRA's Law Enforcement Division is also home to the
Eddie Eagle Gunsafe®
Program. Since its inception in 1988, the Eddie Eagle
Gunsafe® Program has reached over 26 million children with its
lifesaving message of "STOP! Don't Touch. Leave the Area.
Tell an Adult."
The Law Enforcement Division is here to assist the law
enforcement and military in any capacity it can.