COURSE:

 

Less Lethal Tactical Intervention

 

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVE:

 

The objective of this course is to provide the student with the information, theory, concepts, principles and tactics to safely resolve an incident of an armed person threatening to injure or kill himself or herself, or other people, through the use of a less lethal tactical intervention.

 

 

 

CONTENT:

 

  • Case studies of incidents in which people have threatened to injure or kill themselves are examined and discussed.

 

  • Less lethal tactical intervention deployment considerations are examined and discussed.

 

  • General tactical concepts are examined and discussed.

 

  • Areas of training, assessment, equipment, tools and resource requirements are examined and discussed.

 

  • Law enforcement management, philosophy, theory and politics relative to training, preparation and deployment for resolution of high risk police incidents are examined and discussed.

 

  • The "tactical combat fighting mindset" is examined and discussed.

 

  • Less lethal tactical intervention deployment procedures are examined and discussed.

 

  • A practical proficiency assessment is established and conducted.

 

 

 

LENGTH OF COURSE:

 

This course is eight (8) hours.

 

 

 

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

 

The student is required to successfully complete course work, research project, and final assessment for certification by the USTRMC.

 

 

 

COST OF COURSE:

 

The cost of this course is $50.00 (fifty dollars).

 

 

 

COURSE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT LINK:

 

PAYPAL

 

 

 

CONTACT:

 

e-mail:  sdintino@ustrmc.org

 

Telephone:  610-656-0176

 

Fax:  610-384-6385