Training and Exercises

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Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents 

October 6 and 7, 2021

8:00am - 12:00pm

AWR 148 is an 8-hour, DHS/FEMA-certified, tuition-free course designed to educate rural law enforcement personnel as well as school administrators and staff on the elements that would allow for an effective response to school-based emergencies. 

Active Threat Command and Control

October 19 and 21, 2021

8:00am - 4:00pm

The management of an active threat incident develops rapidly, and many times ends with multiple injuries and death. This program develops a “command and control” format that is intended to be adopted and shared by Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS, and Dispatch agencies. The class is (1) 8-hour day packed with classroom instruction and practical scenarios. The morning consists of 4 hours of instruction followed by the afternoon of practical scenarios where students will actively participate in simulated events to practice and reinforce the concepts learned in the morning session.

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Active Threat Command and Control

November 20, 2021

8:00am - 4:00pm 

The management of an active threat incident develops rapidly, and many times ends with multiple injuries and death. This program develops a “command and control” format that is intended to be adopted and shared by Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS, and Dispatch agencies. The class is (1) 8-hour day packed with classroom instruction and practical scenarios. The morning consists of 4 hours of instruction followed by the afternoon of practical scenarios where students will actively participate in simulated events to practice and reinforce the concepts learned in the morning session.

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Pipeline Security in Rural Communities

The purpose of this class is to bring together rural pipeline security stakeholders including public safety, oil and gas pipeline representatives (large and small), local emergency planners, pertinent federal agencies, and other community stakeholders to recognize pipeline security threats and identify mitigation strategies.

December 1, 2021

8:00am - 5:00pm

Active Threat Command and Control

The management of an active threat incident develops rapidly, and many times ends with multiple injuries and death. This program develops a “command and control” format that is intended to be adopted and shared by Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS, and Dispatch agencies. The class is (1) 8-hour day packed with classroom instruction and practical scenarios. The morning consists of 4 hours of instruction followed by the afternoon of practical scenarios where students will actively participate in simulated events to practice and reinforce the concepts learned in the morning session.

December 2, 2021

8:00am - 4:00pm

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Damage Assessment 

Updated version of course formerly known as Damage Assessment. This one day course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the damage assessment process and how damage information is used by local and state officials. Participants will learn how to collect, organize, report and analyze damage information. Students are asked to bring a copy of the EOP/local ordinance that would identify any emergency powers available following a local disaster declaration.

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