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Active Shooter Intervention

Added by smigroup on 2011-05-04

Conference Dates:

Start Date Start Date: 2011-07-15
Last Date Last Day: 2011-07-15

Conference Contact Info:

Contact Person Contact Person: Kyle Skeates
Email Email:
Address Address: Central London, London, United Kingdom
Phone Tel: +44 (0) 20 7827 6184
Phone Fax: +44 (0) 20 7827 6185

Conference Description:

Active shooters present a very real and dangerous threat to the safety of the general public, as demonstrated by the large scale terrorist shootings of the 2008 Mumbai attacks or those carried out by a lone attackers e.g. 2010 Lake District shootings and the 1996 Dunblane massacre. SMi's Masterclass gives delegates a chance to explore how their organisations' contingency plans against different types of active shooter attacks such as a terrorist scenario or a lone gunman attack.

SMi’s event provides an in-depth, interactive Masterclass led by a highly knowledgeable course leader, Mike McBride who has years of experience in the fields of policing, public order, firearms, spontaneous command of critical and serious incidents. Since his retirement from policing in 2011, Mike McBride has written articles, chaired conferences and advised on all matters related to security – with the aim of making policing safer and more efficient.

Topics covered in the course include; a compare and contrast of the two types of active shooter (namely the lone spree killer and marauding teams of armed terrorists), how to apply a rational decision making model when responding to both types of active shooter scenario and implementation of a response which is justified, authorised, proportionate, auditable and necessary.

Do not miss out on the opportunity to attend this fantastic Masterclass on Active Shooter Intervention, and learn about the various attacks situations that can occur as a result of the different types of shooter (e.g. lone attacker or a marauding team of armed terrorists).

Benefits of attending:

At the end of this course the delegates will be able to:

•List good practice in responding effectively to active shooter incidents.
•Identify the areas for improvement in their own organisation’s preparedness to react to an active shooter incident.
•Network with fellow professionals in the protective services
•Gain valuable CPD points through attendance

For further information and the opportunity to register please visit the website; rintervention14.asp
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