Critical Incident Command and Tactical Decision-Making
Make the right decisions at critical moments
This course will teach Field Supervisors, Tactical and Incident Commanders the basics on how to confidently make decisions and make them in seconds in major violent incidents and natural disaster evacuations where people are at risk, based on case law and ethics.
Citizens, and often, entire communities are threatened by natural disaster such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, and fires. Manmade major violent incidents are on the increase. Incidents such as the Virginia Tech University mass murders at the hands of the active shooter, as well as drug cartels, gangs, now organized crime syndicates, and terrorists are everyday threats in the United States.
In order to properly respond to protect the lives of the citizens law enforcement serves, decisions and interventions must be timely, lawful and tactically sound. History has told a story of past failures, ineptitude and a lack of leadership that has cost lives and the destruction of agency reputations. This training program will provide a clear and understandable process of decision making and leadership that works, presented by experienced decision makers who have succeeded as experts in the field.
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