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  • 1. Active Shooter Formations Team Movement www.strategosinternational.com Toll Free: 1-888-Low-Light All Rights Reserved
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  • 3. “ Work as a team, hunt like a pack” Cpl. Brian Fey, Kenneth City, FL PD
  • 4. BUILDING LAYOUT PERIMETER Numbering System INCIDENT LOCATION COMMON STREET OR LOCATION FRONT/MAIN ENTRANCE 1 2 3 4
  • 5. BUILDING LAYOUT STRUCTURE Numbering System SIDE OF STRUCTURE 1 2 3 4 NUMBERING LEFT TO RIGHT LEVEL #2 LEVEL #1 1 2
  • 6. BASIC ROOM ENTRY Room Entered from One Side SQUEEZE UP-TO INITIATE MOVEMENT
  • 7. BASIC ROOM ENTRY Room Entered Either Side Slide By 1 st Quick Observe - Enter
  • 8. BASIC ROOM ENTRY – 80% Seen/20% Attacked
  • 9. BASIC ROOM ENTRY – 80% Seen/20% Attacked
  • 10. BASIC ROOM ENTRY – 80% Seen/20% Attacked
  • 11. BASIC ROOM ENTRY – 80% Seen/20% Attacked
  • 12. POINTMAN L/R COVER REAR SECURITY “ Traditional” DIAMOND PATTERN
  • 13. “ Traditional” DIAMOND PATTERN Cross angles are NOT possible as the Diamond Pattern approaches Corners, L-Shaped Intersections, T-Shaped Intersections and Cross Intersections
  • 14. SWINGMAN/TEAM LEADER L/R COVER REAR SECURITY “ T-Y” FORMATION
  • 15. “ T-Y” FORMATION Cross angles are NOW possible, if the Team Leader is pulled back (even or recessed), as the T-Y Formation approaches Corners, L-Shaped Intersections, T-Shaped Intersections and Cross Intersections
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  • 18. “ T-Y” FORMATION with a Room Entry As the Formation approaches an open door on the right, the Team Leader advises the Formation of the upcoming door and slides over by the Right Cover Officer , preparing to make entry into the room. Any form of entry may be utilized, with the Team Leader and Right Cover Officer making entry while the Left Cover Officer and Rear Security Officer cover long forward and rear. Respectively.
  • 19. “ T-Y” FORMATION with a Room Entry As the Formation proceeds, the Left Cover Officer can possibly clear some of the room prior to the entry by the Team Leader and the Right Cover Officer. Prior to entry, the Team Leader may squeeze the shoulder of the Right Cover Officer to signify the start of the entry or the Team Leader may advise the Right Cover Officer , “On You”, signifying that the two (2) man element will commence entry on his movement
  • 20. “ T-Y” FORMATION with a Room Entry As the Team Leader and Right Cover Officer make entry into the room, any form of entry (i.e. Buttonhook, Criss-Cross, Hybrid, etc.) may be utilized. ALWAYS REMEMBER, the second Officer through the door should feed off of the movement of the first. The Left Cover Officer and Rear Security Officer now share the responsibility of covering long to the front and rear. It is recommended that they DO NOT stay static in one position, but move side-to-side.
  • 21. “ T-Y” FORMATION with a Room Entry As the Team Leader and Right Cover Officer are preparing to exit the room, whichever is nearest to the threshold of the door should announce, “Nothing seen…coming out”, or something to that effect. PLEASE NOTE, it does not matter who exits the door first, what matters most is that the two (2) “flow” back into the Formation, possibly changing roles and positions. The Left Cover Officer and Rear Security Officer should prepare for the “re-entry” of the two (2) Formation members and slide to their respective positions.
  • 22. “ T-Y” FORMATION with a Room Entry Once the Team Leader and Right Cover Officer exit the room, each will immediately begin their respective cross angle responsibilities as the Formation proceeds forward. As the Rear Security Officer slides by the door of the room, he/she should close the door, if the second Officer exiting the room had not done so.
  • 23. “ T-Y” FORMATION with a Room Entry Once the Team Leader and Right Cover Officer exit the room, each will immediately begin their respective cross angle responsibilities as the Formation proceeds forward. As the Rear Security Officer slides by the door of the room, he/she should close the door, if the second Officer exiting the room had not done so.
  • 24. “ T-Y” FORMATION Opening a Closed Door As the Formation approaches a closed door on the right, the Team Leader advises the Formation of the upcoming door and decision to enter the room. “ A” way, is to slide two (2) Officers of the Formation past the door, with one (1) holding long to the front and the other preparing to open the door.
  • 25. “ T-Y” FORMATION Opening a Closed Door Once the Formation is in place to breach the door (making sure the two(2) Officers who are on either side of the door, are completely out of the doorway, when it opens), the Rear Security Officer and the Left Cover Officer (or whoever has slid to cover long, to the front) should now assume and continue responsibilities of covering their cross-angles. They should also be out of the doorway when it opens.
  • 26. “ T-Y” FORMATION Opening a Closed Door The Officer closet to the door handle or knob should initiate the opening of the door, so as not to be in the line of fire as the door is opened. The Left Cover Officer and Rear Security Officer now share the responsibility of covering long to the front and rear. It is recommended that they DO NOT stay static in one position, but move side-to-side.
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  • 34. “ L” Shaped Intersection The Formation moves forward, with the Left and Right Cover Officers continually working the Cross Angles and communicating that the Formation is approaching an L-Shaped Intersection to the left Communication with the Rear Security Officer of the approaching L-Shaped Intersection to the left is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks
  • 35. “ L” Shaped Intersection The Formation moves forward, with the Left and Right Cover Officers continually working the Cross Angles, and the Right Cover Officer starting to work the long Cross Angle of the L-Shaped Intersection to the left Communication with the Rear Security Officer is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks
  • 36. “ L” Shaped Intersection The Formation holds while the Right Cover Officer works the long Cross Angle of the L-Shaped Intersection to the left Communication with the Rear Security Officer is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks
  • 37. “ L” Shaped Intersection Once “nothing” is observed in the long Cross Angle of the L-Shaped Intersection to the left, the Right Cover Officer communicates this to the Formation and the Formation begins to move again, with the Right Cover Officer sliding out to the right and the Left Cover Officer turning the corner and the Team Leader sliding to the center Communication with the Rear Security Officer is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks
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  • 40. “ L” Shaped Intersection
  • 41. “ T” Shaped Intersection The Formation holds while the Left and Right Cover Officers work their respective long Cross Angles to the left and right, communicating what is observed ( please note, one should check HIGH and the other from KNEELING – one at a time ) Once “nothing” is observed, the Team Leader will advise the Formation to proceed either left or right Communication with the Rear Security Officer is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks The Rear Security Officer should also begin to slide to the opposite side of the direction in which the Formation will proceed
  • 42. “ T” Shaped Intersection As the Formation proceeds to the right, the Left Cover Officer now becomes the Rear Security Officer , the Right Cover Officer continues in the same role, the Team Leader becomes the Left Cover Officer and the Rear Security Officer becomes the Team Leader – LEARN TO FLOW This is just “A” way, and other movements, to the various positions, can be utilized, as long as the integrity of the Formation is immediate Communication with the Rear Security Officer is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks
  • 43. “ T” Shaped Intersection The Formation proceeds in the established direction The new Rear Security Officer must move quickly and efficiently across the intersection, while simultaneously covering both intersections Communication with the Rear Security Officer is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks
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  • 45. “ T” Shaped Intersection
  • 46. “ T” Shaped Intersection
  • 47. “ T” Shaped Intersection
  • 48. “ Cross” Shaped Intersection The Formation holds while the Left and Right Cover Officers work their respective long Cross Angles to the left and right, communicating what is observed ( please note, one should check HIGH and the other from KNEELING – one at a time ), the Team Leader will cover long Once “nothing” is observed, the Team Leader will advise the Formation to proceed either left, right or straight Communication with the Rear Security Officer is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks
  • 49. “ Cross” Shaped Intersection The Formation proceeds through the Cross-Shaped Intersection while the Left and Right Cover Officers rotate and cover their movement across the intersection, the Team Leader will continue to cover long Communication with the Rear Security Officer is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks
  • 50. “ Cross” Shaped Intersection The Formation proceeds through the Cross-Shaped Intersection and resumes their respective Cross Angle responsibilities The Rear Security Officer must move quickly and efficiently across the Cross-Shaped Intersection, while simultaneously covering the left, right and rear Communication with the Rear Security Officer is imperative and should be updated regularly, as well as status checks
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  • 52. OFFICERS TEAM LEADER REAR SECURITY TEAM MOVEMENT “ HALL BOSS”
  • 53. OFFICERS TEAM LEADER REAR SECURITY TEAM MOVEMENT “ MODIFIED HALL BOSS”
  • 54. TEAM MOVEMENT - ROOMS
  • 55. TEAM MOVEMENT - ROOMS
  • 56. TEAM MOVEMENT - ROOMS
  • 57. “ L” Shaped Intersection
  • 58. “ L” Shaped Intersection
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  • 62. “ T” Shaped Intersection
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  • 68. “ Cross” Shaped Intersection
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  • 71. “ Cross” Shaped Intersection