Police Pistol Combat is a shooting sport intended to help police officers improve their skills for using their firearms in the line of duty. Originally this was a revolver-specific competition because most police officers carried this type of sidearm, but this was later expanded to include autoloading pistols.

The competition involves shooting from a variety of positions, including shooting from behind an obstacle, in order to have a measure of similarity to real world situations. Official matches are restricted to currently serving and retired police officers and military personnel, but there are also clubs and matches using PPC rules that include private citizens.

Australian Police Service, a 90-round match from 7m, 10m, 25 m and 50m including handling and positional shooting skills. In SSAA APS, NRA Pistol Divisions of Open Distinguished and Duty apply.