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Not sure if this is considered training, but it is a study on how people move during shooting incidents. I saw this on a post in Combat Carry.

http://www.forcescience.org/demos/subject/

Under the "Resources" link on the site you can find other video's including LEO actions.

EDIT to add: There are some interesting stats on the LEO/good guy pages regarding reaction time, site picture, and trigger pull times.

You will need Quicktime to view the video's
 

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GET OFF THE X

That is what I have learned through reading. Staying a static target is not a good idea and you need to move and shoot at the same time.
 
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