Public Safety Training Facility

Monroe Community College
Rochester, New York



Rush Range is owned by Monroe Community College, and is located in the town of Rush, NY. The facility encompasses two distinct areas. The lower range consists of an outdoor range with ten firing positions at a length of 200 yards, a small classroom with storage space and telephone. The upper range consists of a lodge, which is used as a large classroom, complete with TV, phone, and restrooms.

Managed by the Public Safety Training Facility, the range is used as a firearms training facility by Monroe County Police agencies and by the Training Center for security guard and recruit officer training.

Rush Range is governed by a set of protocols. A Range Control Officer is on the premises during all firing sessions.

Below is the new backstop/bullet trap that was installed after the former earthen backstop was cleaned of lead. A new "wire system" targeting arrangement and a portable moving target are planned.


For more information, contact:

Bill Lapp
Program Coordinator/Lecturer
Law Enforcement Training
585-279-4008 or

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Updated: January 11, 2000