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Training Topics (details below) -

Resilience: Overcoming Adversity and Committing to Excellence

Sgt. Jennifer Chancey (opening speaker)
Sandy Hook Speaker
Mental Health Training
Suicide Prevention Training
Live shoot house
EVOC with a skid car
LEO Flying while armed *TSA certificate will be issued*
Cell extraction training
Preparing for Promotion
Patricia Knudson-Phoenix SWAT (closing speaker)

Tragedy at Sandy Hook:

A Law Enforcement Perspective and Lessons Learned

Based upon firsthand knowledge of the incident, Daniel Jewiss, the Lead Investigator will cover constructive insights and key takeaways of the Sandy Hook School Shooting, which occurred on December 14, 2012, and during which 26 lives were tragically taken.

The focus of this presentation is to provide an overview of topics to include:

Ø  Sandy Hook - What really happened?

Ø  The definition of an Active Shooter

Ø  Shaving Seconds to Save Lives

Ø  Active Shooter Dispatch – Script Writing

Ø  First Priorities for 1st Responders

Ø  School Emergency Response Planning

Ø  The Aftermath - What to do after the smoke clears?
 

 

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