Active Shooter Training for Law Enforcement Officers, Agents and Special Team Operators


The Active Shooter Threat Training Program is a dynamic, hands-on training program designed to equip law enforcement officers and agents with the knowledge and skills required to successfully end an active threat event.  This program will prepare students to employ Active Shooter Threat Tactics through dynamic, interactive drills and scenario based training.  This intensive and challenging program covers a variety of tactical subjects for responding officers including: Single Officer Response Tactics, Limited Penetration Tactics, Tactical Medical Training, Multiple Officer Response and Link-Up Procedures, Response to an Explosive Hazard (IED), and Post Shooting Considerations (SICM).  Candidates will be evaluated and scored on their ability to perform skills and tactics in the role of a responding officer during practical exercises. 
The Basic Tactical Medical Instructor Program is a highly intense training program requiring a physical demand on the student and consists of lecture, labs and skill practice. The law enforcement officer will gain knowledge and skills necessary to mitigate the loss of their life or the life of another while in an active threat environment. The skills will address treating life threatening injuries in an austere environment with limited equipment, lack of medically trained personnel and prolonged time to evacuation.

Tactical Medical is a systematic approach to dealing with casualties in a tactical environment. It is strongly influenced by the model used by the Department of Defense called Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC). As the name implies, TCCC incorporates tactical problem solving into any situation in which casualties are incurred from an armed, hostile opponent. The TCCC system focuses on saving “preventable deaths” while achieving three primary goals: Treat the Casualty, Prevent Additional Casualties and Continue the Mission.

Prerequisites
Applicant must be a sworn law enforcement officer/agent with arrest authority in the prevention, detection, apprehension, detention and/or investigation of felony and/or misdemeanor violations of federal, state, local, tribal, or military criminal laws.  
Applicants can be a member of the military that has law enforcement responsibilities or in preparation for deployment. 
Must be able to participate in intensive training lasting up to ten hours per day.
Must be in good physical condition with no medical restrictions. 
Must be proficient in the use of both handguns and long guns.
Required Training Materials
Appropriate wear (BDU, agency t-shirt (long sleeve or short sleeve), boots, etc.).

Program Syllabus/Curriculum
Active Threat Response Tactics
Basic Tactics
Tactical Medical (TacMed) Field Training
IED incidents
Post shooting SICM principles (Security/Immediate Action Plan/Communication/Medical)

We will teach you in the Law Enforcement Response portion the following:
The reaction of law enforcement responders and what to expect and what is expected of you
What information the responding law enforcement responders need
The distinctions between an active shooter, and a hostage-taker

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