Active Shooter Instructor – Wiesbaden, Germany
Active Shooter Instructor
This course is a modification of our 24-hour Active Shooter Instructor Course. Typically, this course takes place over three 8-hour days. This time we are conducting it over two 12-hour days. The course is offered twice for convenience and the anticipated level of interest. Please select from one of the two 24-hour options.
This course is designed to give the instructor the knowledge and skill to train first responding officers to an Active Shooter incident. Active Shooter incidents are becoming more prevalent in law enforcement and the need to train officers in how to respond has become a vital part of law enforcement training. Instructor development issues will also be discussed as students will be “hands-on” teaching practical skills throughout this course. These practical skills will be taught with its focus on tactics. Firearms drills will be taught using Force-on-Force Munitions, however, these same drills can later be applied to “live-fire” range drills or high level scenario based training.
- Lessons learned from previous Active Shooter incidents
- Determining the threat
- Use of Site surveys to aid pre-planned responses
- First responder tactics
- Development of Patrol Response Team(s)
- Breaching tactics and capabilities
- Use of mobile Tactical Operations Center (TOC)
- Tactical room entry and clearing
- Use of shields and other ballistic protection
- Low light issues
- Outdoor rapid response rescue
- Practical drills
Duration: 2-Days (24-Hours) (12-Hour Days)
Equipment Required: Pistol and a Rifle or Shotgun, duty belt (or tactical vest) with all issued gear, body armor, flashlight and handcuffs with key. Participants should come prepared to train in all weather conditions and should bring a hydration system or water bottle. Wraparound eye protection, ear protection, and brimmed hats will be worn during all live fire training. Participants should wear clothing suitable for training, but similar to garments worn while working. It is highly recommended that each student provide their own Converted Marking Cartridge Firearm and certified protective gear for force-on-force training. If the participant’s agency is unable to provide this training equipment, the necessary equipment will be provided however the student may not be issued a training weapon similar to their duty weapon.