Live Online Training Courses
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Hear firsthand from Lt. Brian Murphy and other members of the Oak Creek Police Department as they conduct a 6-hour seminar detailing the Sikh Temple Shooting with a candid curriculum of "lessons learned."
During this 4-hour program, participants will gain information that will allow them to develop a plan to safely deal with potential situations of violence. Designed for Businesses and Schools
Taking the necessary steps to provide your officers with this web based Prisoner Suicide Prevention training program will provide a safer incarceration/holding environment while minimizing your agency's exposure to possible litigation.
Police career advancement is more difficult than ever in a tough economy but Preparing for Promotion has been developed especially to give you the edge.
This course is designed for campus police departments, and all other first responder organizations. An in-depth analysis of the event will be conducted and will include reflections from the initial first responders to the incident, the investigation, and the aftermath. Lessons learned from the incident will be covered and discussion will include strengthening security measures to prepare for an active shooter event.
Every tactical incident that creates mass casualties has two time sensitive tasks that pit emergency responders against the clock. Through self evaluation the Oak Creek Police and Fire Departments have developed a new response/paradigm that will change the way Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are introduced at critical incidents, i.e. active shooters, bombings etc. It is through these changes EMS will achieve its mission and be able to safely treat those in need of critical care, thereby saving lives.
This 4-hour course conducted by Jim Volpe, Commander Wheaton P.D./Licensed Attorney, has been designed to provide all peace officers, regardless of primary assignment or experience, a thorough review of Public Act 098-0063, commonly known as the "Concealed Carry Law".