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Complex Coordinate Terrorist Attack Workshop (PER 335) - Oahu

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Hilton Waikiki Beach Hotel (Formerly known as Waikiki Prince Kuhio)

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2500 Kuhio Avenue

Honolulu, HI 96815

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This course provides first responders from multiple disciplines with skills to manage the initial response to a large-scale attack in a chaotic environment during a complex coordinated attack (CCA). It aims to train responders in how to use intuitive skills such as observation, analysis, anticipation, and awareness to recognize the possibility of an attack involving multiple incidents of an extreme magnitude that inundate resources, exceed conventional tactics and strategies, and often require a joint response involving members from multiple disciplines and jurisdictions. Topics for discussion include recognizing the characteristics of a potential CCA; coordinating and integrating the response of multiple disciplines and agencies; managing resources; using information sharing and intelligence gathering to develop awareness; and solving problems using creative thinking. Participants will learn to gather and disseminate critical information accordingly in order to facilitate rapid analysis. They will also learn to recognize and prevent potential response obstacles or risks to safety including self-deployment and overconvergence of assets. Participants will apply the skills learned in Critical Decision Making for Complex Coordinated Attacks through interactive activities, facilitated discussion, and practical application in a training environment.

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The primary target audience for Critical Decision Making for Complex Coordinated Attacks includes law enforcement, fire services, and EMS, including those who are likely to assume command at some point during response to a complex coordinated attack. This role may potentially be filled by a line-level officer who assumes command as the first person on scene, or it may be the higher-ranking officer who follows and relieves the initial on-scene officer of that role. Though the personnel who assume this role may vary from agency to agency, the law enforcement audience would include patrol officers, who are most likely to be first on scene and serve as initial Incident Commanders, as well as supervisory officers, such as sergeants, lieutenants, or captains who are likely to arrive and assume command. Similarly, the fire service and EMS audience would range in command level from engineers or firefighters to battalion chiefs or captains. Because communications and information sharing play such a critical role in the CCA response, dispatch supervisors for law enforcement, fire services, and EMS are also included in the target audience. In order to achieve the desired goal, the course will require an integrated audience of law enforcement, fire service, and EMS personnel.

Prerequisites

It is highly recommended that participants complete the following courses prior to enrolling in Critical Decision Making for Complex Coordinated Attacks:
 IS-100.b Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100
 IS-200.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
To enroll in this course, participants must be US citizens and must possess or obtain a FEMA student identification number (SID).

If you should have any questions, please contact gmo@hawaii.gov

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Hawaii Department of Defense

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2500 Kuhio Avenue

Honolulu, HI 96815

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