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Next Steps: Response to the Active Shooter and Mass Violence Incident

May 30 - May 31

$250.00

Next Steps: Response to the Active Shooter and Mass Violence Incident
Hosted by the Lincoln County Fire Protection District
700 E. Cherry St., Troy, Missouri
May 30-31, 2018 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Some of the topics:

  • Preparing for the Active Violence Incidents
  • Mitigation of the Active Violence Incidents
  • Establishing Incident Responsibilities
  • Incident Terminology
  • Response Issues
  • Unified Command
  • Handling Incidents with Active Fire
  • Preparedness for various venues
  • Equipment needs for Emergency Services
  • Minimal Training Requirements
  • 911 call taker SOP/ROG
  • Dispatch Procedure
  • Incident Response Considerations
  • Scene Management
  • Unified Command & Responsibilities

Who should attend?

  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • First Responders
  • Pastors
  • Elected Officials
  • Business Owners

Lead Instructor: Captain Adam Kosheba
Adam has over 30 years in the fire service and was previously employed by the Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service, MD. Adam has held the ranks from career firefighter to fire chief in his tenure. He currently serves as a Fire Chief in southeastern PA. In addition to his firefighting experience, Adam currently holds the rank of Captain in a large State Police Agency on the East Coast. With 22 plus years in law enforcement,

Adam has progressed through the ranks and currently commands the largest Troop in his agency. Adam holds a graduate degree in the Administration of Justice with a concentration in Leadership & Administration and he is recent graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigations National Academy for Law Enforcement Executives. As a law enforcement officer, Adam has extensive experience in criminal and fire investigations with certifications as a National Pro-Board Fire Investigator and a post-blast investigator. Adam has been assigned key roles in large scale police incidents such as the Nickel Mines Amish School Shooting and the manhunt for the killer of a PA Trooper in 2014.

  • Plan for treatment of causalities
  • Medical Facility Considerations
  • Re-Unification considerations
  • Utilization of Mass Transit for witnesses
  • Media Relations
  • Medical Examiner/Coroner’s Roles
  • Long term sustainability of scene
  • Debriefing procedures
  • Enroute & On Scene Practices
  • Post Incident/Demobilization

For details: Assistant Chief Robert Shramek, Jr. rshramek@lcfpd1.org

Venue

Lincoln County Fire Protection District
700 E. Cherry Street
Troy, MO 63379 United States
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