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Current Positions


Campus Emergencies Prevention, Response, and Recovery Instructor - Apply Here

This course aims to train personnel from PK-12 and institutions of higher education (IHEs), first responders, elected officials, and community stakeholders to respond to campus emergencies effectively and cooperatively. Participants will examine successful, nationally accepted emergency management principles that can be used to address the wide range of threats and hazards that educational entities face.


Active Threat Integrated Response Course (ATIRC) Instructor - Apply Here

The Active Threat Integrated Response Course (ATIRC) is a 24-hour performance level direct delivery course designed to improve integration between law enforcement, fire, and emergency medical services (EMS) in active shooter events. The course provides law enforcement officers with key medical skills based on tactical emergency casualty care (TECC) guidelines which can be used at the point of injury (POI) to increase survivability of victims. The course also provides a model framework for law enforcement, fire, and EMS to integrate responses during an active shooter event through the rescue task force concept using the Active Shooter Incident Management Checklist.


Critical Decision Making for Complex Coordinated Attacks (CCA) Instructor - Apply Here

Any community is vulnerable to a challenging public safety situation—an active shooter at a shopping mall; a train derailment with hazardous chemicals; a bombing incident in a commercial district; a plane crash; or a chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) attack. These types of attacks require all available resources and may expand past a single jurisdiction’s capabilities. Because a single agency is unlikely to be equipped to handle such an event, it is critical that effective and efficient coordination efforts be in place among cooperative agencies. These attacks, known as complex coordinated attacks (CCA), involve multiple threats that often exceed conventional response tactics and require a joint response involving members from varying disciplines and jurisdictions. This course will enhance the response capabilities of first responders to CCAs through classroom instruction and a practical exercise.

Among the topics covered during the classroom instruction are characteristics of a CCA, public safety response considerations, command operations and strategies, critical information about situational and domain awareness, and techniques for problem solving. Several notable case studies will be presented to provide real-life examples of the characteristics of a CCA.


WMD Tactical Operations (Tac Ops) Instructor - Apply Here

The goal of this course is to provide law enforcement tactical team personnel with the knowledge, skills and abilities to safely and effectively perform tactical mission responsibilities in weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and hazardous material environments.

Among the topics covered during the classroom instruction are characteristics of a CCA, public safety response considerations, command operations and strategies, critical information about situational and domain awareness, and techniques for problem solving. Several notable case studies will be presented to provide real-life examples of the characteristics of a CCA.


Law Enforcement Active Shooter Emergency Response (LASER) Instructor - Apply Here

The Law Enforcement Active Shooter Emergency Response (LASER) course uses a mixture of classroom presentations, hands-on field training, and practical exercises to enhance the response capabilities of law enforcement officers in order to effectively respond to and stop an active shooter incident.


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Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803