Active shooter training will be starting up again after first of year.
Please contact the Association in you are interested.
RAPID RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTER TRAINING
PRESENTED BY THE DEPUTY SHERIFF’S ASSOCIATION OF PA
This course provides the Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) with issues and training on how to respond to an active shooter incident in the workplace. This training is designed for the Sheriff’s Office and support law enforcement that will respond in a support role
Time: This is an 8-hour (which includes academic and skill sections)
Cost: FREE – To all participants that are Sheriff’s Deputies and members of the Deputy Sheriffs Association of Pennsylvania (DSAP)
or LEO support staff (Must have an associate membership to the DSAP)
Everyday we are faced with violence in and around the courthouse. Active shooter incidents are on the rise. Are you prepared for such an event? The Southeastern Regional Director of the DSAP has offered to the members and associate members training on how to respond to such an incident.
What is an active shooter event?
How to plan for this critical response
Tactics to be used
Live drills within the courthouse
Explanation of the ICS
Examples of creating an Emergency Action Plan
Non LEO actions to take in such an emergency
Both Delaware, Chester, Fayette and Westmoreland County Sheriff Offices have received this training and other counties are preparing to receive it.
If you wish to have this course at your facility, contact the DSAP for more information (215) 672-8188
Active Shooter Training at Westmoreland County PA
Westmoreland County Deputy Sheriffs'
An Active Shooter Training class was held in Westmoreland County April 14, 2013
Active Shooter Training at Fayette County PA
Fayette County Deputies training at the County Courthouse
Deputies in Fayette County received training on April 13, 2013 on reacting to an active shooter. The training was held in Fayette County Courthouse.