PER-374: Active Threat on Campuses: Protective Measures and Response
September 11th in Hobbs
September 20th in Rio Rancho
This BRAND NEW course is coming to New Mexico in September. I hope you can join me, plus feel free to share this information with others you think may be interested in attending.
PER-374 is a 1-day course for campus staff, SROs, law enforcement, volunteer staff, fire/EMS and EM’s that aims to strengthen the response capabilities of those working in a campus environment in preparation for a potential active threat incident. Campuses in this context include: K-12 school, colleges and universities, hospitals, houses of worship and government/office buildings.
An active threat incident will test the resolve of both law enforcement first responders and non–law enforcement campus personnel. It is critical for these parties to work together to prevent or mitigate the effects of an active threat. Participants will examine various techniques and principles that can be used to effectively combat active threats of all types.
During the course, participants will discuss emergency breaching, emergency response protocols, and initial patient management. Additionally, the course consists of a practical exercise that employs various active threat scenarios intended to test the response capabilities of both law enforcement and non-law enforcement personnel. The course will provide participants with the opportunity to enhance their response skills to better improve the chance of survival in the event of an active threat incident.
Please visit the September calendar at www.PreparingNewMexico.org for more information and links to registration. NCBRT now requires registration through their website, so we are not duplicating registration on PNM.