Judgmental Use of Force Simulators

Through Capital Purchase or Subscription

Whether you choose a capital purchase or a subscription-based plan, VirTra has options for any budget or preference. Shooting simulator pricing is dependent on the system type and training accessories to be included in the packages. Visit our Comparison page to see simulator types and add-ons.

If you are interested in discussing VirTra police training simulator costs with one of our product specialists, let us know here:


Subscription Training & Equipment Partnership

Training through S.T.E.P.—VirTra’s Subscription Training and Equipment Partnership—eases department worries about large upfront expenses or equipment becoming obsolete.

Through an annual agreement, S.T.E.P. offers an affordable, fully customizable and immersive training simulator for law enforcement through a monthly subscription within the continental United States, allowing your agency to avoid a large upfront payment.

With all maintenance, service, support, scenarios and updates included, S.T.E.P. ensures comprehensive and effective training year-round. Never worry about your simulator’s technology becoming outdated, as VirTra will provide you with annual service to keep the simulator—and your training—running smoothly.

S.T.E.P. is entirely risk free for a whole year – if you don’t love the simulator within the first 12 months, let VirTra know and we will pick the training simulator up – no questions asked.

S.T.E.P. Customizable Solutions

Select a Package & Customize

This simple, all-inclusive VirTra shooting simulator cost includes all equipment—including the judgmental use of force simulator—maintenance, updates and new scenarios, ensuring your training remains current, cutting-edge and effective.

Select the most affordable VirTra simulator pricing base package that best fits your department’s needs, then customize through additional equipment designed for realism, such as Law Enforcement Recoil Kits and Law Enforcement Threat-Fire®, to simulate hostile actions and less lethal accessories.


  • 1-screen, portable 100-degree simulator training
  • Real-life scenarios and marksmanship training
  • Extensive scenario library
  • High-resolution video
  • Full after-action review for debriefing and training


  • Immersive 3-screen, 180-degree simulator training
  • Real-life scenarios and marksmanship training
  • Multi-directional sound
  • Extensive scenario library
  • High-resolution video
  • Full after-action review for debriefing and training


  • Fully immersive, 5-screen 300-degree simulator training
  • Real-life scenarios and marksmanship training
  • Designed to work with personal firearms
  • Multi-directional sound
  • High-resolution video
  • Extensive scenario library
  • Full after-action review for debriefing and training

Need Funding?

Grant Writing, Review and Assistance

VirTra’s judgmental use of force simulators are within reach for any sized agency through VirTra’s program with PoliceGrantsHelp. VirTra does all the major legwork, saving your department time by connecting you with expert grant writers. Together, we will help you find the right grant for your department.

This free, sponsored resource helps departments search for and apply for applicable Federal, State, Local and Corporate grants. Whether your agency is starting a training simulations project or needs to add the final touches on an application, these grant consultants can help. Request your FREE initial assessment session or download our guide:

Federal Government Grants

Agencies can quickly find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from all 26 Federal grant-making agencies. This simulation grant resource includes 900+ grant programs, in addition to grant writing tips, a Grants.gov chat bot and a Grants Learning Center. For added ease, they have created a Grants.gov mobile app for chiefs to search and submit on the go.

United States Department of Justice

The Department of Justice offers grants to law enforcement to help in a variety of avenues, including: assisting victims of crime, providing training and technical assistance, researching, implementing programs that improve criminal and civil systems, and more. Departments can find their full menu of grants online.

Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS)

COPS offers funding opportunities for state, local, tribal and territorial law enforcement agencies. In fact, they are the leading community policing experts at the US Department of Justice, having invested $14+ billion in community policing since 1994. Agencies can find open simulation training grants and more information on their site.

Matthew Weinstein Testimonial

Matthew Weinstein

Riverside County District Attorney’s Bureau of Investigation

This is perishable technology and always improving, the fear was buying a system and have it be obsolete or not cutting edge within 5 years. The S.T.E.P. program with the built-in upgrades was also very attractive.