Response To Active Shooter
Response to Active Shooter Incidents (Law Enforcement/Security) – This training begins with the History of Active Shooter Incidents, the definition and the challenges of the nature of current threats. Basic Tactics and strategies to prepare your response are covered in detail. An assessment of your agency’s current capabilities will be conducted and before the presentation/training a training plan and contract will be agreed upon. Training will include lecture, drills and if requested force-on-force scenarios.
Response to Active Shooter Incidents (Fire & EMS) – This training begins with the History of Active Shooter Incidents, the definition and the challenges of the nature of current threats. This course will present the foundations of the integration of Fire/EMS into the active violence scenario. It focuses primarily on the challenges of an active violence event and how to prepare through drills and full-scale exercises.
Rescue Task Force and Tactical Emergency Critical Care – This law enforcement presentation introduces the Rescue Task Force Concept to agencies of any size. Topics covered will be training, policy, equipment, personnel challenges and incident command strategies. Recommended distribution of equipment and equipment selection are also covered. Case studies where TECC strategies were implemented will be showcased.
Response to Active Shooter Incidents (Emergency Communications) – This training begins with the History of Active Shooter Incidents, the definition and the challenges of the nature of current threats. What information do the first responders need immediately is explained. Rescue Task Force and Tactical Emergency Critical Care will be introduced. Case studies (recordings) of previous incidents will be used to emphasize principals in the course.
Response to Active Shooter Incidents (Hospitals & Faith Based Inst.) – Violence in hospitals is on the rise. This training begins with the History of Active Shooter Incidents, the definition and the challenges of the nature of current threats. Hospitals pose a unique challenge concerning evacuation capabilities, HAZMAT, access and communication. Churches face the challenge of being open and welcoming, while assuming the responsibility of keeping their members safe at the same time. This course will explore strategies for employees and security staff to improve awareness and response to violent incidents.
Tier One - $3,000 / $5,000
- Initial Consultation
- Staff Training – Situational Awareness
- Vulnerability Assessment (All Hazards)
- Identify key vulnerabilities
- Deliver Basic Recommendations
- 4-6 site visits/30-60 day time frame
Tier Three - $15,000 / $25,000
- Select & Develop Crisis Mgmt Team
- Table Top Exercise Design & Execution
- Individual Employee Group Training
- Law Enforcement Liaison/Coordination
- 6-12 mos. time frame
Tier Two - $6,000 / $12,000
- Prioritize and Facilitate Improvement Plan
- Initial Staff Training – WP Violence
- Review/Update of Existing Emergency Plans
- Security Force Assessment/Improvement Plan
- Staff Training – Active Shooter Prevention Strategies
- 8-10 site visits/3-6 month time frame
Tier Four - $25,000 +
- Initial Consultation
- Full Scale Exercise Design and Execution
- Develop Crisis Communication Plan
- Advise on Structural Mitigation Improvements
- Long Term Retainer- “Partnership”
- Annual contract with 24/7 availability