Active Shooter Incidents for Dispatch Oct 17, 2018
Active shooter incidents are dynamic situations that pose many unique challenges for public safety communications. These situations require an enormous response from law enforcement, fire, EMS, various support entities and communication centers. As with any other type of emergency situation, the telecommunicator plays a vital role in the response to an active shoot incident.
This course will provide case studies about several high-profile active shooter incidents, the issues and challenges posed by an active shooter incident and what role the telecommunicator plays in mitigating the damage.
Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:
- Define an Active Violence Incident (AVI) and its different phases;
- Describe the key issues and challenges of an AVI;
- Define the roles and responsibilities of the telecommunicators in an AVI situation; and,
- Describe how to manage the consequences of an active shooter incident.
The cost is $275 per person; the course is pending SNC approval.
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|Jan 17, 2019||Active Shooter Incidents for Dispatch||Ionia County Central Dispatch, 545 Apple Tree Drive, Ionia, MI|
|Jan 28–Feb 1, 2019||Basic 40-Hour Dispatch School||Washtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, MI|
|Feb 4–8, 2019||Advanced 40-Hour Dispatch School||Kalamazoo County Central Dispatch Authority, Kalamazoo, MI|
|Feb 8, 2019||911 Dispatch Liability||Kalamazoo County Central Dispatch Authority, Kalamazoo, MI|
|Mar 4–6, 2019||Advanced Supervision||Canton Public Safety, Canton, MI|
|Mar 18–20, 2019||Corrections Supervision||Calhoun County Sheriff's Office, Marshall Regional Law Enforcement Center, Marshall, MI|
|Mar 27–28, 2019||Critical Supervisory Issues||Big Rapids Department of Public Safety, Big Rapids, MI|