CalNENA: Active School Shooter Training for Dispatchers
Monday, February 27, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PST)
ACTIVE SCHOOL SHOOTER INCIDENTS FOR DISPATCHERS
Think that a school shooting can't happen in your jurisdiction? Would you know what to do if one occurs? Is your communications center prepared?
This course is designed to familiarize the public safety dispatcher with concepts, tactics, and procedures for reacting and responding to an active shooter. It also provides proactive tools and ideas in order to be prepared for such an event.
Instructor: Frank Zaccaria
POST Plan IV, Course Control #1107-22289-16002
What Others Have Said About This Course:
- “The CD, along with hard-copy forms and manuals, was AWESOME”
- “The information provided about IARD provided a view to the 'other side' ”
- “Learned a lot about school shootings”
- "The summary notes in the handbook were very interesting and are now in my console cart for future reference"
- "Well organized, engaging discussions, great handouts, speakers, audio & visual reinfocement of the training material"
- "The entire presentation was awesome"
- "This class provided a lot of valuable information. This is a class that all dispatchers should take for the extra knowledge that you could use in a related incident."
- “Guest speakers were informative and provided an alternative outlook”
For additional information or questions, contact Melissa Lotero at email@example.com, or by calling 619.342.7344
Prerequisite: Must be currently employed by a public safety agency
Classes presented by the San Diego Association of Public Safety Dispatchers are certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and meet the continuing professional training requirements for California public safety dispatchers.
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San Diego Association of Public Safety Dispatchers
|The San Diego Association of Public Safety Dispatchers (APSD) develops and presents training courses for public safety dispatchers.|
|Classes presented by APSD are certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and meet the continuing professional training requirements for California public safety dispatchers.|
|APSD works in conjunction with existing law enforcement, fire/EMS associations and resources to bring the needs and concerns specific to communications to the forefront. APSD is an independent, non-profit association made up of fire and law enforcement communications center managers, supervisors, phone and radio dispatchers in San Diego County.|
| APSD is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
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