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Active Shooter Workshop for Public Safety Professionals

Public Safety Response to Active Shooter Incident

8-Hour Workshop

      Requirements

  • Venues to conduct scenario training
    • Suitable for short duration scenario training in afternoon
  • Classroom with audio/visual
  • Training materials
    • Training Mannequins for scenarios

      Subject Matter Covered

  • Introduction-Instructor Credentials
  • Active Shooter Incidents: Case Study Overview
  • The Law Enforcement Response
    • Eliminate the Threat
    • Render Aid
    • Evacuate
      • Response
      • Actions Upon Arrival
      • Methods of Clearing (searches)
        • Recognition of Active Shooter vs. Barricaded Subject/Hostage Situation
      • Jurisdiction vs. Responsibility
        • Response: When & Who?
        • Agency Interoperability
          • Law Enforcement-Multi-Jurisdictional
          • Fire Service
          • EMS
        • Actions Upon Arrival
          • Parking
          • Orientation
          • Check-In
          • Approach
          • Communications
          • Medical Intervention
            • When?
          • Survivability
        • Hazards
          • Threats vs. Hazards: Known & Unknown
        • Apprehension
        • Evacuation
        • Considerations
          • Multi-Agency Communications
          • Marking
          • Helpful resources
        • Keys to Success
        • Review
        • Short Duration Scenario
          • Hands on short duration stress induced response training for each participant to raise awareness of challenges relative to responding to an active shooter incident.