Active Shooter Threat Training Program (ASTTP) (Program AQ+ICE)
Applicant must be a law enforcement officer/agent with arrest authority in the prevention, detection, apprehension, detention and/or investigation of felony and/or misdemeanor violations of state, local, territory, or tribal criminal laws.
The Active Shooter Threat Training Program (ASTTP) is a 4 day course designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills to successfully handle an active threat event. Through hands-on training, this program will provide the student the proficiency and attitude to manage these situations. The program utilizes dynamic interactive drills and scenario based training to take Active Shooter Threat Tactics Training to the next level. This program is an intensive training program that covers a variety of tactical subject matters to include: individual and team movement and operational formation. In addition, this program focuses on the role and responsibilities of the responding officers.
Integrated Capstone Events (ICE)
The Center for Domestic Preparedness developed the ICE program to provide the opportunity for multiple disciplines to work together in a final culminating exercise. The ICE promotes an interdisciplinary response to an all-hazards mass casualty incident where first responders and first receivers are challenged to perform functions such as initial call-out, scene size-up, rescue, decontamination, pre-hospital treatment, crime scene management, evidence collection, and hospital response. Response operations are conducted within the Incident Command System (ICS), with students filling various roles based on their experience and course objectives.
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Prerequisites & Other Information:
•Must be able to participate in intensive training lasting up to ten hours per day.
•Must not have any medical restrictions.
•Camelback or other means of hydration
•Appropriate wear (BDU, agency t-shirt (long sleeve or short sleeve), boots, etc.
No tuition is charged.
||Center for Domestic Preparedness
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