Active Shooter Response Training for (LE) Law Enforcement is a class that covers the best practices and protocols for law enforcement officers in responding to active shooter incidents. The class covers the following topics:
- Understanding the threat: A review of the statistics and patterns of active shooter incidents and the motivations behind them.
- Preparedness and response: An overview of the steps law enforcement officers can take to prepare for active shooter incidents, including conducting risk assessments, developing emergency response plans, and conducting drills.
- Tactical considerations: A discussion of the tactics and strategies used by law enforcement officers to neutralize an active shooter, including securing the perimeter, setting up a command post, and entering the active shooter environment.
- Working with other agencies: A discussion of the role of other agencies and organizations in responding to active shooter incidents, including emergency medical services, fire departments, and crisis negotiation teams.
- Legal considerations: A review of the legal and constitutional considerations involved in responding to active shooter incidents, including the use of deadly force, searches, and seizures.
- After-action review: A discussion of the importance of conducting after-action reviews to evaluate the response to active shooter incidents and identify areas for improvement.
The goal of the class is to provide law enforcement officers with the knowledge and skills needed to respond effectively and safely to active shooter incidents and to protect the community and themselves.