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  • 1. Rapid Deployment: Immediate Response to the Active Shooter NC Department of Justice Roy Cooper, Attorney General
  • 2. Training Objectives
    • Identify the school system components to a response of an active shooter.
    • Define the term “Rapid Deployment.”
    • List the types of situations that may involve an “active shooter” and require an immediate response.
    • Differentiate between the “mindset” of an active shooter versus a hostage taker.
  • 3. Training Objectives
    • List in priority order the duties of the initial police response to an active shooter.
    • List the four (4) elements of the initial police response to an active shooter.
    • Identify the role of the “Contact Team” and list the three (3) movement goals of that team.
  • 4. Training Objectives
    • List the five (5) suspect options during the officer contact.
    • Identify the following police responder roles:
      • Rescue Team
      • Perimeter Team
      • Evacuation Team
    • Describe the proper time to evacuate innocent parties.
  • 5. Training Objectives
    • List the officer options when the shooting stops and there is no suspect contact.
    • Describe the response concerns when explosive devices are detected.
    • In a practical setting, successfully demonstrate the techniques learned during a series of practical exercises .
  • 6. WHY DO WE NEED THIS TECHNIQUE?
  • 7. “ Within the span of 16 minutes, the gunmen killed 13 people and wounded 21 others. A savage act of domestic terrorism, their crime is the deadliest school shooting in the history of the United States.” Sheriff John P. Stone Jefferson Co. Colorado
  • 8. Law Enforcement “Priorities of Life”
    • Hostage
    • Other Innocent Civilians
    • Law Enforcement
    • Shooter
  • 9. HISTORY OF TECHNIQUE
    • Original LAPD Model
    • Adopted by the NTOA Training Staff
    • SBI Special Response Team
    • SBI/NCJA Instructor Training Course
  • 10. Immediate Response to the Active Shooter
  • 11. THE SCHOOL SYSTEM RESPONSE
  • 12. SCHOOL RESPONSE COMPONENTS
    • Lockdown Procedure
    • Office Communication System
    • Inner Perimeter Command Post
    • Critical Incident Response Box
    • Red / Green Placards
    • Rally Points
    • Evacuation Routes
    • Planning Team
    • SRO
    • Classroom Security
    • Off-site Evacuation Location
  • 13. Immediate Action Rapid Deployment “ The swift and immediate deployment of law enforcement resources to ongoing, life threatening situations where delayed deployment could otherwise result in death or great bodily injury to innocent persons.” NTOA 1999
  • 14. TYPES OF SITUATIONS
    • Active Shooter in a School
    • Active Shooter in a Business
    • Hostage Rescue
    • Injured Officer/Civilian Rescue
  • 15. EXAMPLES
  • 16. WHO IS THE THREAT?
  • 17. SUSPECT MINDSET NOT A BOTCHED ROBBERY!
  • 18. TRADITIONAL RESPONSE SURROUND & CONTAIN
  • 19. POLICE RESPONSE PRIORITIES
    • Locate, Isolate and Stop the Shooter
    • Treat and Evacuate the Injured
    • Establish Containment
    • Safety Sweep
    • Complete Evacuation
    • Process the Crime Scene
  • 20. POLICE RESPONSE ELEMENTS
    • Contact Team
    • Rescue Team
    • Perimeter Team
    • Evacuation Team
  • 21. Multiple Officer Movement CONTACT TEAM
  • 22. Movement Goals
    • Locate the threat “Move to Contact”
    • Isolate the threat
    • Confront/Apprehend the suspect
  • 23. Multiple Officer Movement Contact Team
    • 2 - 4 officers
    • Diamond formation
    • 360 degree security
    • No room entry unless suspect is located
    • Use proper movement speed
  • 24. Diamond Formation Point Wing Wing Rear Guard
  • 25. Safe Movement Principles
    • Move to the sound of gunfire
    • Stay off the walls
    • Always be aware of points of cover, doors, lockers, etc.
    • Stop behind cover
    • Gather intell as you move
  • 26. Safe Movement
    • Use your senses to locate the threat “Stop, Look & Listen”
    • Watch for explosives
    • Pick a capture point
    • Communicate
    • Multiple Suspects
  • 27. Suspect Contact Officer presence will change the dynamics of the encounter.
  • 28. Suspect Options
    • Continue to shoot innocent
    • Suicide
    • Shoot officer
    • Escape
    • Surrender
  • 29. Suspect Contact Officer Options
    • Arrest Contact/Cover
    • Challenge from Cover
    Deadly Force
  • 30. Civilian Contact
    • If you encounter individuals while moving, check them for weapons, gather any intelligence and direct them out the nearest exit.
    • Note the location of injured and radio to rescue teams. Do not stop moving while you are still hearing shots.
  • 31. RESCUE TEAM
    • Locate the injured
    • Provide immediate Treatment
    • Triage
    • Evacuate if necessary
  • 32. DEALING WITH MULTIPLE INJURIES
  • 33. PERIMETER TEAM
    • Shrink the perimeter
    • Provide a safe area for the EVAC of injured
    • Cut off suspect escape routes
    • Allow for the EVAC of a portion of the building
  • 34. EVACUATION TEAM
    • Controlled removal of innocent when suspects are contained or eliminated.
    • Large manpower drain
    • Orderly evacuation will minimize trauma
    • Establish safe areas prior to evacuation
  • 35. SHOOTING STOPS NO CONTACT ?
  • 36. NO CONTACT
    • Use Contact Teams for a static search.
    • Evacuate injured with Rescue Teams
    • Shrink perimeter around area of last sighting
    • If gunfire starts, direct Contact Teams to the location
  • 37. ROOM ENTRY CHALLENGE FROM COVER ENTER & ENGAGE
  • 38. TWO MAN ENTRY
  • 39. 4 MAN ENTRY OPERATOR POSITIONS
  • 40. DEALING WITH EXPLOSIVES
  • 41. Training Objectives
    • Identify the school system components to a response of an active shooter.
    • Define the term “Rapid Deployment.”
    • List the types of situations that may involve an “active shooter” and require an immediate response.
    • Differentiate between the “mindset” of an active shooter versus a hostage taker.
  • 42. Training Objectives
    • List in priority order the duties of the initial police response to an active shooter.
    • List the four (4) elements of the initial police response to an active shooter.
    • Identify the role of the “Contact Team” and list the three (3) movement goals of that team.
  • 43. Training Objectives
    • Identify the following police responder roles:
      • Rescue Team
      • Perimeter Team
      • Evacuation Team
    • Describe the proper time to evacuate innocent parties.
    • List the officer options when the shooting stops and there is no suspect contact.
  • 44. Training Objectives
    • Describe the response concerns when explosive devices are detected.
    • In a practical setting, successfully demonstrate the techniques learned during a series of practical exercises.
  • 45. QUESTIONS?
  • 46.  
  • 47. PRACTICAL EXERCISES
  • 48. Rapid Deployment: Immediate Response to the Active Shooter NC Department of Justice Roy Cooper, Attorney General

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