Chandler Police Explorers

2014 Chandler Tactical Competition: SUCCESS!

Another Great Year for the TacComp

Its incredible how quickly the weekend flys by after considering the months of work that goes into making the competition happen. For us, it is truly a labor of love. We have heard nothing but good things, and we are very happy everyone who came out made it safely and had a good time. Below is a hyperlink to the photos for the competition. Please note the closing ceremony video is the very last frame in the melee of pictures. Thanks to everyone for coming, and we look forward to seeing you next year!

Be sure to check back later in the year for details related to the 17th Annual Chandler Tactical Competition scheduled for January 16 - 18, 2015.

2014 Chandler Tactical Competition Events

  • 5 Man Hostage Rescue Team
  • 10 Man Hostage Rescue Team
  • Incident Command System
  • Sniper Challenge
  • Rapid Response
  • Downed Officer Rescue
  • Tubular Assault
  • Crisis Negotiations
  • Hogans Alley
  • Tactial Relay
  • Multi Level Assault
  • EOD Response
  • Marijuana Field Raid - 7 Man or less
  • Marijuana Field Raid - 8 Man or more
  • Waterborne Ops
  • Tactical Emergency Medical Support
  • Vehicle Assault
  • Pistol Shoot
  • Robot Ops
  • Obstacle Course
  • Laser Tag
  • 3 Mile Run
  • SWAT Fitness Challenge
  • 2014 TacComp Photos - 2014 Video is the last image

    Competition History

    The Chandler Arizona Tactical Competition held its first competition in 1999 at Folley Park. The Competition included many of the events that are offered today, including the HRT events, Negotiations, an Obstacle Course, Firearms and so on. In an effort to bring back competitors, events are changed, updated and in many cases more events are added to continually grow the event. Infact, the growth of the event forced the move from Folley Park to the Chandler Fire Department Training Facility in south Chandler. The greater size and gracious hospitality of the Chandler Fire Department allowed us to bring some events at remote locations together at one place. It also allowed us to accept more Posts as popularity of our competition grew. That being said, our Post and this competition would not have grown to what it is today without the support of all the empolyees of the Chandler Police Department. It is important to mention that many officers volunteer and move their schedules around to support us in hosting this competition. We hope you can make it this coming year!