WTET provides training for handling law enforcement scenarios that include a gang fight in a school, a noisy-party complaint, a domestic violence/hostage encounter, and a drug bust. Built into each scenario is the potential for the use of force, ranging from batons and pepper spray to handguns, shotguns, and MP-5s. Trainees can move without being tethered to a computer, allowing for realistic freedom of movement and the opportunity to practice a wider variety of tactics training, including room entry. The system also uses continuous aim-point tracking to record precisely where each trainee's weapon is pointed at all times and where his/her shots impact. Onscreen adversaries shoot back, reacting to the trainee's movements and positions within the room. Following each scenario, summary statistics are presented onscreen in color-coded tables, enabling instructors and trainees to see the number of rounds fired by each trainee; a breakdown of rounds in terms of misses, hits, and wounds; significant interaction events (who shot whom); timing of significant interaction events; and total scenario time. The scenario and the trainee's performance within the scenario can be replayed for review and critique.