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ICS for Law Enforcement – Pensacola, FL

June 6 - June 7


ICS for Law Enforcement
June 6 and 7, 2019 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Hosted by the Pensacola Police Department
711 N. Hayne Street Pensacola, FL

The Incident Command System makes no distinctions regarding the type of first responder organization. While many in the law enforcement community believe it’s a “fire thing”, it is not.  While it’s roots go back to the 1970’s with massive wildfires on the West Coast, it is now a tool that is used across the nation on a daily basis.  The National Incident Management System (NIMS) became law after 9/11 and the incident command system (ICS) has proven it’s weight in gold on “all hazards”  incident. Best of all ICS is scalable. It works on the day to day incident and the big ones.

With active shooter and other mass violence incidents, it is obvious that law enforcement will be side by side with their partners. There is no room for competing or “silo” command structures. In this program, law enforcement professionals will learn the basics of how this works. Keeping things simple is critical.

Following an engaging presentation and review of some case studies, participants will learn how to apply these principles seamlessly. On the final day of the program, students will participate in scenario-based classroom exercises under the supervision of our instructors.

Lead Instructors:
Sean Riggin
Sean serves as the Fire Director of the Pleasantville Fire Department and is the Police Chief of the Plainfield Police Department near Atlantic City, NJ.  He has extensive experience in incident command. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, offers a wide base of knowledge to this program.

Ron Richards
Ron has over forty years of service in the public safety sector. Serving as a fire chief in three different departments, he also has extensive experience in implementing the ICS within a large state correctional system with over 14,000 employees over a three year period.  Ron is the founder and President of Task Force 1, Inc.

For Details: Kim Chancellor Pensacola Police Department
Admin – Training/Accreditation Ph. 850-435-1960


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June 7
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Pensacola Police Department
711 N. Hayne Street
Pensacola, FL 32501 United States
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