Active Threat Response Training for the Patrol Officer
With the increased frequency of active shooter incidents in the American workplace and educational facilities, the UMD Police Department has established an operational priority to enhance its readiness to respond to such incidents on and around our campus. Additionally, the UMDPD considers it its duty to reach out and include its neighboring law enforcement partner agencies in this vital mode of preparedness.
To that end, the UMDPD has taken the initiative to have three of its officers trained in Active Shooter Threat Response at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) facilities in Glynco, GA and Artesia, NM. Upon their completion of what is widely considered the premier active shooter response training in the nation (FLETC), the UMDPD is proud to offer area agencies the FLETC-qualified training services of Officers Chris Shovein, Mike Brostrom, and Jake Willis. These officers will teach yours the most up-to-date, cutting edge ability to respond to the active shooter.
The course will focus on one and two officer response techniques for an active threat incident. Over the three days of training officers will practice techniques for safely clearing hallways and rooms with the final day including scenarios with roleplayers. Below you will find links to register for the class, pricing information, and upcoming class dates.
Pricing: 3 day class only $315 or 3 day class with meals and lodging $520
Need help with registration conact the UMD Continuing Education office at 218-726-8113
Upcoming classes: August 4-6 2014