Surviving Deadly Encounters
Kyle shoberg

This class will provide:

- Fundamental traits of good leadership for officers in the field and how to apply them during a critical incident.

-How to prepare yourself for a deadly encounter, both mentally and physically.

- Conditioning your brain to manage high stress situations.

- The post effects of being in an officer involved shooting.

- Recognize, understand and address some of the physical, mental, and emotional stresses that occur after an officer involved shooting, or other critical incidents.

- Understand how an agency can reduce the stresses incurred by the officers department, and community in the aftermath of a police action shooting.

- Understand the benefits of implementing organizational strategies for educating and maintaining healthy employees in the aftermath of a critical incident.

Kyle Shoberg will also be debriefing in detail the officer involved shootings he was directly involved in.

Officer Rescue and Basic Medical Aid
Mark Redlich

- Recognizing and understanding an officer rescue.

- Understanding department resources, tools, equipment and how staffing plays a role in a rescue.

- How to successfully plan a rescue with clear rolls and responsibilities.

- The necessity of a rapid scene assessment and they key elements to use while making critical decisions.

- The importance of tactical team movements and the implementation of vehicles, resources and the use of distractions.

- The roll of EMS in law enforcement.

- Basic medical aid, when to stabilize and when to self transport.