***GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING***
This training will discuss immediate action plans, response/deployment plans and touch upon written directives, policy and procedures.
Indicate the differences between active threats, active shooters and barricaded subjects and boil it down to a unified response that could/should work and be employed by any agency.
Discuss evidence based data that we have and should know from active shooter/active threat incidents over the last decade.
This training will offer guidance for all size departments.
-Discuss directives, policies and procedures that make sense
-Identify a realistic training plan and DO IT
-Identify additional resources and assets (Fire Dept, Hospitals, Public transportation) etc
-Establishing an immediate action plan
-Utilize immediate and rapid deployment to:
-locate and neutralize the threat
-prevent suspect access to potential victims
-rescue injured persons and potential victims
STOP the SHOOTING, STOP the BLEEDING, START the HEALING
What to do when you arrive on the scene?
-Everything from where to park, what to bring, who to notify, where to go
-Discuss indicators and stimulants and how to react to them
-SINGLE OFFICER response plan
-Multiply agency responses. Unified command. Communications.