Basic Pistol

 This practical self-defense handgun course introduces the participant to the Fundamentals of Firearms Safety, along with the skills necessary to properly handle a revolver and semi-automatic pistol. You will learn what a handgun will do, what it won't do, and why it works the way it works. The hands-on training will start with Proper Stance and Grip, Sight Alignment, Sight Picture and Trigger Control.



Cory A. Hunt

 

Criminal Justice Instructor 02/2012- present

North Carolina Department of Public Safety- Windsor, NC
  • Prepare criminal justice practitioners with criminal justice related materials entering the profession
  • Conduct mandated training by the North Carolina Education and Training Standards Commission and the North Carolina Sherriff’s Education and Training Standards Commission
  • Recipient of North Carolina Advanced corrections certificate
  • Certified firearms instructor
  • Monadock Expandable Baton Instructor
  • Staff and Inmate Relations Instructor
  • Unlawful Workplace Harassment Instructor
  • Facial Shield Instructor
  • Cell Extraction Instructor
  • O.C. Pepper spray instructor
  • Chemical Munitions/Less Lethal Instructor
  • Ice Power Stun Shield Instructor


Chief Executive Officer 05/2016- present

Hunt Tactical- Greenville, NC
  • Chief Executive Officer and simultaneously Chief Financial Officer
  • Create plans for company’s strategies, operations and growth
  • Head instructor and safety officer of firearms training and security service





Correctional Lieutenant 05/2016- present

NCDPS- Bertie Correctional Institution
  • Providing supervision for subordinate staff
  • Conducting shift line up
  • Making shift assignments and inspecting all personnel to determine if their physical and mental capability of assuming assigned posts
  • Conduct investigations and perform searches of persons, places and objects
  • Complete, review, and maintain time reports, duty roster, leave schedules, performance evaluations, and administrative forms
  • Make security inspections of the facility and grounds; monitor posts to ensure officers are alert, that discipline is being maintained, and assignments are carried out properly
  • Identify training needs and coordinate delivery of training to subordinate staff
  • Account for persons, funds, and insure all equipment is operationally ready for use
  • Work closely with and report directly to the Correctional Captain of a close custody institution


Correctional Assistant Unit Manager I 12/2013- 05/2016

NCDPS- Bertie Correctional Institution
  • Institution officer in charge of management and operations of an institutional housing unit within a medium to large sized prison facility
  • Responsible for the implementation and monitoring of the unit case management system involving individual counseling, participating in group sessions, and maintaining reports relating to inmates’ progress through the institution
  • Supervise and manage staff
  • Assuming responsibility for the overall management of the unit in the absence of the correctional unit manager
  • Serve on a variety of institutional classification committees
  • Serve as institution duty officer
  • Conduct internal investigations under the guidelines set forth by the professional standards office


Administrative Sergeant 9/2012- present

NCDPS- Pasquotank Correctional Institution
  • Supervisor of facility warehouse
  • Supervisor of facility mailroom
  • Charged with procurement & inventory of facility supplies and equipment
  • Record staff working time, appraisals, monitor staff work plans as a direct supervisor

Correctional Sergeant 9/2010-9/2012

NCDPS- Pasquotank Correctional Institution
  • Shift supervisor of a close custody prison unit
  • Experienced in segregation, regular population, and close observation unit management
  • Recorded staff working time, staff appraisals, and monitored staff work plans as a direct supervisor

Correctional Officer 4/2006-9/2010

NCDPS- Bertie Correctional Institution
  • Effectively communicated with inmates, staff, and members of the general public
  • Performed search of persons, places, and objects
  • Conducted accurate count of persons
  • Maintained set security protocols for a North Carolina prison facility
  • Trained in law and policy concerning use of deadly force
  • Trained and proficient with Smith & Wesson M&P 40 caliber handgun
  • Trained in report writing
  • Trained in self injurious behavior prevention
  • Trained on North Carolina Security Threat Groups
  • Trained on the appraisal process
  • AHA Heart-saver adult CPR with AED Certification
  • Trained in Emergency Prison Operations
  • Trained in specimen collection and on-site drug screening

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