Crisis Response to The School Rampage Shooter – Niceville, FL
February 18 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm CST| $40
Crisis Response to the School Rampage Shooter
Niceville, FL – Okaloosa County
February 18th, 2019
This 6-hour course is designed to provide law enforcement first responders, CIT officers, school resource officers, mental health professionals in support of law enforcement activities and tactical operators, a behavioral composite of school shooters
in the United States – sometimes referred to as the “Classroom Avenger.”
The presentation will begin with a historical review of school shooters in the United States, along with perspective on what each of those incidents have in common from an operational and behavioral standpoint. We will also discuss the psychological and sociological aspects of the “Classroom Avenger” with special emphasis on mental health factors, communication and de-escalation techniques.
This course is not an ‘active assailant’ course, nor is it intended to suggest that communication is an acceptable alternative to an active assailant situation.
This course is designed to give responders and others in a position to intervene a broader understanding of the pre-incident behavioral indicators, subject motivation, dynamics of the incident and practical guidelines for mitigation.
No walk-ins permitted. Register at www.crisisnegotiation.us
Niceville High School
800 East John Sims Parkway
Niceville, FL 32578
Register at www.crisisnegotiation.us/events
Regarding the curriculum:
Deb McMahon (417)594 -1499
Bobby Schembre (573)864-5031
Regarding training site:
Sgt. Nolan Weeks