Mon, Feb 20|
Breckenridge Police Department
Patrol Response to Critical Incidents
The dangers inherent with responding to critical incidents should always be at the forefront of every law enforcement organization.
Time & Location
Feb 20, 8:00 AM MST – Feb 22, 5:00 PM MST
Breckenridge Police Department , 150 Valley Brook Street Breckenridge, CO 80424
About the Event
The dangers inherent with responding to critical incidents should always be at the forefront of every law enforcement organization. This course is designed specifically for the law agencies and will provide the organizational leadership, patrol supervision and officers with contemporary Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) used in the resolution and management of critical incidents. The course will focus on tactical decision making, resolution and management, command/control, enhancement of officer/citizen safety and the development of agency protocols.
Topics & Instruction Covered:
· Leadership and Decentralized Command
· Command Post Operations
· Development of Agency Protocols
· Contingency Planning
· Patrol Response to Hostage/Active Threat incidents
· Patrol Response to Armed-Barricaded Suspects
· Tactical Coordination, Command & Control
· Mission Based Movement – Small Team Tactics
· Officer/Citizen Rescue
Lead Instructor: Retiring in 2020, Sergeant Mark Schlegel spent 31 years with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. His professional history includes a mix of operational law enforcement, sepecial weapons, and tactics, leadership development and tactical training experience. As an accomplished consultant, Mark trained over 10,000 law enforcement, military, international police services and select private corporation personnel working in high-risk enviroments across the US, Canada, and Abroad.