Civilian Response Train the Trainer

LET222 - 4.00 Hours

Description

In the past two decades, horrific mass shootings have been thrust into public consciousness. Mitigating the effects of these events is the responsibility of those who serve in our communities' public safety organizations. The public expects an effective and swift response to these threats. Research has shown, however, that many of the mass attacks, or active attack events, are over before law enforcement responders arrive on the scene.

Civilians who find themselves embroiled in such an event must be prepared to take immediate action to save their own lives before law enforcement arrives. The average response time for police response to an active attack event is three minutes. Without effective, preplanned response options for civilians at the scene of the attack, many victims can be seriously injured or killed during these three minutes.

This course was designed in conjunction with Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) to provide first responders and other professionals with a model response program they can deliver to civilians within their communities.

This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements for #3312.

Schedule

  • LS  LET222  4
    No cost

Description

In the past two decades, horrific mass shootings have been thrust into public consciousness. Mitigating the effects of these events is the responsibility of those who serve in our communities' public safety organizations. The public expects an effective and swift response to these threats. Research has shown, however, that many of the mass attacks, or active attack events, are over before law enforcement responders arrive on the scene.

Civilians who find themselves embroiled in such an event must be prepared to take immediate action to save their own lives before law enforcement arrives. The average response time for police response to an active attack event is three minutes. Without effective, preplanned response options for civilians at the scene of the attack, many victims can be seriously injured or killed during these three minutes.

This course was designed in conjunction with Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) to provide first responders and other professionals with a model response program they can deliver to civilians within their communities.

This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements for #3312.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Course Completion Requirements

This course must be completed within 45 days from the registration date.

Participants will have three attempts to pass the final examination.

Equipment

Broadband Internet Connection Using Current Browser - Microsoft Edge is not a supported browser

  • Recommended: Internet Explorer 11, Google Chrome 65 or higher
  • Alternatives: Mozilla Firefox 57 or higher, Safari 10 or higher

Apple Quicktime Player 10 or higher

Adobe Acrobat Reader 10 or higher

Adobe Flash 28 or higher

Topics

Civilian Response+Additional Considerations+Preparing Your Organization+Informing Your Community

Suggested Audience

  • First responders and other professionals developing and/or utilizing a model response program
  • Anyone that intends to provide training for their employees, coworkers, friends. It is applicable to anyone from clergyman to store greeter.

Continuing Education & Professional Credits

0.4 CEUs
  • Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)
  • Other Information

    • After registering online for this course, you will receive an email with instructions for getting started. If you do not receive a confirmation within one hour, please contact us at (979) 845-6677 or ilepse@teex.tamu.edu.

    Contact Information

    Institute for Law Enforcement and Protective Services Excellence
    Phone: (979) 845-6677 | Tollfree: (800) 423-8433

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    Refunds are not available for online courses, nor may the course be transferred from one customer to another.

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