At the end of this session, participants should be able to:
- List examples of Active Shooter Incidents in Australia
- Name Characteristics of Active Shooter Incidents
- List Prevention Activities
- Explain State Objectives in Active Shooter Incidents
- List Police Response to Active Shooter Incidents
- Explain the basic principle of locking down a facility
- Explain the roles and responsibilities of the Emergency Control Organisation in an active shooter scenario
- Discuss how to communicate within the Emergency Control Organisation and with external services
- Discuss how to inform external staff members of the scenario and what to advise them
Lectures and guided discussion supported by light show presentation, including movies, followed by a Walk-around’ familiarisation exercise.
A suitable room for up to twenty people to include: access to mains power, table and chairs, a blank wall for projecting onto with Data projector and Laptop (Adair will provide).
Trainees are encouraged to bring notepad and pen for any notes they may like add. If Wardens have their Emergency Procedure Manuals they may also wish to bring this along for further information.