Mon, Apr 26|
Mountain House at Keystone
Patrol Response to High Risk Crimes
Responding to the dangers inherent to "high risk" in progress crimes by attending this three day course
Time & Location
Apr 26, 2021, 8:00 AM – Apr 28, 2021, 5:00 PM
Mountain House at Keystone, 1200 Co Rd 8, Keystone, CO 80435
About the Event
The dangers inherent to responding to “high-risk” in-progress crimes should always be at the forefront of every law enforcement organization. This course is designed specifically for the smaller urban law enforcement agencies and will provide patrol supervisors and officers with contemporary tactics, concepts and methodologies used in the resolution of high-risk crimes in-progress. The course will focus on tactical coordination, enhancement of officer safety and management of available resources, prioritizing known information, tactical resolution and the development of agency protocols. Topics & Instruction Covered: tactical coordination, officer safety considerations, managing available resources, establishing containment, prioritizing resources, development of agency protocols, contingency planning, and command post operations overview.
There is no tuition costs for this course. This course is grant funded by the I-70 West POST Grant Training Region and the Colorado POST Grant Training Project.
Registrants will be limited to four attendees per agency. Unsure if your agency has met it's maximum? Go ahead and register. The training coordinator will let you know if your agency has too many registrants.
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