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Armed Citizen Response to the Active Shooter (ACRASE) Event Training in NH

Discussion in 'Training' started by commodon, Feb 24, 2019.

  1. commodon

    commodon NES Member

    May 27, 2017
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    Foxboro, MA
    Hosted by Critical Dynamics, Inc. and Londonderry Fish & Game Club, Inc.

    When: Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 8 AM – 7 PM
    Where: Londonderry Fish and Game Club 5 Lund Street Litchfield, NH 03052
    Cost: $99

    Tickets available from Eventbrite at ACRASE™ The Armed Citizen Response to an Active Shooter Event (Manchester, NH - 07APR2019)


    An 'Active Shooter' is defined as an individual or group of individuals who are actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area; generally with unrestricted access to additional victims and meeting with little to no resistance. In most cases, active shooters use firearms(s) and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.

    Increasingly, religious fanatics and political extremists, as well as people with extensive psychiatric issues and chemical dependencies, are seeking to make dramatic political, religious or social statements. These individuals recognize the immediacy and totality of the media coverage which will follow their actions, and most do not expect to survive the duration of the event.

    Over the past twenty-five years, Department of Justice (DOJ) along with the National Institute for Justice (NIJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) statistics show that the average duration of an active shooter/active killer event is a mere six minutes, with the greatest loss of life occurring during the first NINETY SECONDS from the time the first shot is fired.

    In an active shooter/active killer situation, the responsible and law-abiding citizen armed citizen IS the first responder.

    'The Armed Citizen Response to an Active Shooter Event' training is a comprehensive program designed to expose students to the legal, ethical and tactical considerations that must be understood in order to mitigate the outcome of an active shooter event, thus reducing the number of injuries and even deaths that may occur.

    Also included in this powerful, comprehensive program is a new module on the basics of TECC, or Tactical Emergency Casualty Care and will focus on the basics of gunshot wound first-aid.

    This program is taught by active, federally-certified law enforcement active shooter response instructors and tactical counterterrorism trainers.

    'The Armed Citizen Response to an Active Shooter Event' draws from cutting-edge, up-to-the-minute federally-recognized law enforcement active shooter response and tactical counterterrorism protocols to give the student a technical and tactical advantage during a rapidly-evolving critical incident.

    This one-day, ten-hour program is broken into two segments:

    4-1/2 hours in the classroom with presentations, discussions and tabletop exercises;
    5-1/2 hours outdoors utilizing practical exercises, range exercises, and live-fire drills.

    Modules include (but are not limited to):

    + The historical evolution of the active shooter event;
    + State statutes relevant to the defensive use of deadly and non-deadly force;
    + Civil liability relating to the use of deadly and non-deadly force;
    + What to expect when law enforcement & medical first responders arrive;
    + How a scene is triaged (ICS Compliance);
    + When to act, and when NOT to act;
    + Understanding 'Combat Psychology';
    + Tactical Situational Awareness, and Decision-Making under elevated/critical stress levels;
    + Understanding safe firearm handling in a critical situation;
    + Range drills involving limited movements as well as turns, pivots, and shooting on the move;
    + Stress induction drills;
    + Basics of 'Tactical Emergency Casualty Care';
    and much more!

  2. MaverickNH

    MaverickNH NES Member

    Nov 24, 2005
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    Looks good - I’m already committed 7 April but I see it’s on again 19 May at Wilson Hill pistil club in Manchester, NH upcoming classes

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