Police Officers in Michigan Benefit from Apex Officer's VR Training Simulator

Apex Officer is bringing VR training to Michigan police officers and law enforcement agencies.

Virtual Reality (VR) technology has already revolutionized flight training and has begun to find its way into almost every industry imaginable. With the new incoming generation of VR headsets, more users are able to experience the immersive opportunities provided by this new medium. However, it's not all fun and games. Many businesses, and government agencies are using VR to provide better training to their staff.

As the Department of Justice renews its focus on de-escalation training for law enforcement, there is a need for innovative tools and programs to help officers train and improve their de-escalation skills. One of the most promising and innovative solutions is Apex Officer®, which enables officers to engage and interact with virtual characters and practice de-escalation and use of force scenarios.

When it comes to training, virtual reality (VR) is one of the most powerful and cost-effective ways for law enforcement agencies in Michigan to train and prepare for real life situations. The Apex Officer training platform is already being used by many law enforcement agencies in Michigan and across the country.

Apex Officer Expands Footprint in the State of Michigan

Apex Officer, the leading provider of VR training simulators for law enforcement, military, and first responders has announced that they're expanding their footprint in the state of Michigan and are bringing the Apex Officer virtual reality training simulator to police officers and law enforcement agencies across the state.

"Apex Officer is a game-changer for police training technology and is transforming the face of law enforcement training in the State of Michigan," said Chase Dittmer, President of Apex Officer. "Outdated training technology is preventing law enforcement agencies across the state of Michigan from training effectively. The Apex Officer training platform was designed in the field with Michigan law enforcement, for law enforcement to save time, money and, most importantly, save the lives of law enforcement officers and the civilians they have sworn to protect. We want to help protect the people that protect us."

Deescalation Training for Michigan Police Officers

With the national focus on de-escalation and improving use of force training, law enforcement agencies across the state of Michigan and Apex Officer saw an opportunity to better prepare Michigan law enforcement officers with training equipment designed to improve decision making in high-pressure situations. After significant research on the various training options, Michigan police departments are choosing to include the Apex Officer judgmental use of force simulator as a significant component of their training program.

The Apex Officer content library is based on real-life incidents and is professionally produced with content that is carefully vetted by subject matter experts in the state of Michigan to rigorously test critical thinking skills, firearms skills under pressure, and psychological responses to the stresses of life-like situations.


Michigan police officers and law enforcement agencies can experience the Apex Officer system for themselves today. To learn more about Apex Officer and request a product demonstration, interested agencies can visit our Request a Demo page and get started today, for free. If you would like to speak to someone on our procurement team, an Apex Officer procurement expert can assist you with your request today.


About Apex Officer

Apex Officer is the leading provider of training simulators for the law enforcement, Defense, first responders, and educational markets. Apex Officer's proprietary technologies, software, and scenarios provide intense virtual reality training for de-escalation, judgmental use-of-force, marksmanship, crisis intervention, and related training that mimics real-world situations. Apex Officer’s mission is to use 21st-century technology to solve long-standing problems in policing and public safety.

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John Carter
Community and Engagement Manager

Community and Engagement Manager at Apex Officer