A comprehensive course that utilizes our simulation-based training for initial responders. This three-day course is a must for all supervisory and command level personnel from police, fire, public administration and any other disciplines who respond to incidents. Your mutual aid jurisdictions should also participate as more and more we depend upon regional responses and need to have everyone on the same page.
The decisions that are made, or not made, during the first sixty minutes of a critical incident, i.e., WMD/terrorist attack, hazardous materials (either intentional or accidental), barricaded gunman/hostage situation, will dramatically impact the numbers of casualties and amount of property damage that result. These decisions, which are typically made by first- and second-level street supervisors, and in some cases non-supervisory personnel, will determine whether the incident is brought under control in a timely fashion or allowed to accelerate. Because of the potentially serious consequences that can arise from such an event, such as loss of life, litigation, or loss of public confidence, every supervisor and command officer must be ready to manage this crisis phase.
This is a fast-paced three-day initial response management course that includes our simulated exercises.
WHAT OUR RECENT ATTENDEES HAVE SAID ABOUT OUR INITIAL RESPONSE MANAGEMENT COURSE.
“The presentations were so dynamic, I was kept focused the entire time.”
-GP, Ottawa CA
“The closest thing I’ve found to a police leadership school.”
-Dick Fairburn, Critical Incident Training Coordinator, IL State Police