Recent active shooter events have required public safety agencies small and large to analyze their ability to effectively respond to these types of events. This powerful, fast-paced lecture will discuss many facets of active shooter response across the spectrum of public safety, including police, fire, and EMS response. This presentation will also present response "best practices" from public safety agencies around the country. This course will provide decision-makers the right questions to ask so that an optimal active shooter response plan can be created in their community.
Dr. Mike Clumpner is a 25-year veteran of public safety including 24 years in the fire service, 21 years as a paamedic, and seven years in law enforcement special operations. Mike is currently a fire captain with a large metropolitan fire department where he is assigned to a busy, inner-city ladder company. Mike aslo spent nine and a half years as a flight paramedic based at a large level I trauma center.
Mike is also a sworn law enforcement officer with one of South Carolina's largest law enforcement agencies where he is assigned to the SWAT team as an operator/senior tactical paramedic. Mike is also a instructor for the Department of Homeland Security where he is responsible for developing curriculum and instructing. Mike currently serves in leadership roles on multiple local, state, and federal active shooter work groups.
Mike has three undergraduate degrees, a master's degree, and a PhD in homeland security policy. Mike is the President and CEO at Threat Suppression, Incorporated.