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Active Shooter Incident Management (24 hour)

PER353 - 24.00 Hours

Currently there are no scheduled classes for this course. However, this course can be scheduled to meet your specific needs. For more information about this course or to schedule a class, please contact National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center at (844) 789-5673 or nerrtc@teex.tamu.edu.

Description

The Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM) course is a 24-hour performance level direct delivery course designed to improve incident management and integration of law enforcement, fire and EMS responders to active shooter events.  The course provides a model framework for use by law enforcement, fire and EMS to manage active shooter event response to improve time to threat neutralization, medical intervention, and survivability of victims.

Prerequisite

FEMA IS-100 and IS-200 are recommended but not required.  A mixed-discipline instructor cadre is trained to coach participants to success regardless of rank and experience level.

Topics

The statistical profile of a typical Active Shooter Event (ASE)+A model Active Shooter Event integrated response process+The Active Shooter Incident Management Checklist™+Organizational building blocks for an integrated response including Contact Team, Rescue Task Force, Tactical, Perimeter, Triage, Transport, Intelligence, and Reunification+Progressively challenging full length Active Shooter Event functional exercise scenarios+Hands-on experience in multiple response roles+Introduction to Complex Coordinated Attacks (CCA)+Experience applying and working within the NIMS Incident Command System+(24-Hour Course) Improvised Explosive Device and Static/Barricade scenarios+(24-Hour Course) CCA Case Studies and capstone exercise scenario

Audience

Law Enforcement personnel, Fire and EMS personnel and emergency communications personnel (all ranks).

Education Credits

  • 2.4 CEUs

Contact Information

Phone: ( ) - | Tollfree: (844) 789-5673
National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center

Other Information

50 participants: 25 Law Enforcement, 20 Fire and EMS and 5 emergency communications personnel (all ranks)

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