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Emergency Response for Police

When emergencies happen, law enforcement are often the first on scene. Take courses on CIT, environmental crimes, FEMA, natural disasters, hazmat, OSHA/FEMA, responding to emergencies, terrorism, and event/operations planning and management to improve your emergency response skills.

Course Name Course Description Length
BARS Technique After watching this video, students will be able to identify each component of the BARS technique. By learning this acronym, students will be able to … 10m
Cardiac Arrest Management Compressions After watching this video, students will be able to identify ways in which they can help a cardiac arrest victim. It is best to become knowledgeable … 5m
Combat Casualty Care After watching this video, viewers will learn the importance of carrying an emergency medical pack at all times to ensure preparedness for performing … 5m
Emergency Bandage Demonstration In this video tactical tip, Van Postell discusses and demonstrates several of the applications available to you with the emergency bandage  also known as the Israeli Bandage  for self-care or buddy care. 5m
Environmental Crimes 1 This course includes lessons on: Conducting Preliminary Interviews, Indicators of Environmental Crime, Officer Safety when Responding to Potential Environmental Crime Scenes, The Criminal Investigation Division of the EPA, and Violent EPA Criminals 1h
Hostage Negotiations This two-hour Hostage Negotiations online course will teach you the steps to creating a better outcome during a hostage crisis. 2h
Responding to Emergencies 1 This is the first Training Block for the course on Responding to Emergencies. This course covers: Tactical Medicine, Tourniquet Use: A Medical Director explains, Treating a Broken Bone, Treating a Heart Attack, What to do When Wounded. 1h
Responding to Emergencies 2 This is the secondTraining Block for the course on Responding to Emergencies. This course covers: Combat Casualty Care, Responding to Hospital Emergencies, Self-Aid/Buddy Aid, The Uses of the Emergency Bandage, Using HALO Chest Seal, The Use of Tourniquets, BARS Technique, Cardiac Arrest Management Compressions, The Role of the Bystander during CPR 1h
Responding to Hospital Emergencies After watching this video, the viewer will better understand that some of their normal options may not be available to them when responding to … 10m
Self Aid/Buddy Aid Extremity blood loss has accounted for far too many law enforcement deaths in years past. That’s why proper emergency wound care training is essential to keep wounded officers in the fight. In this segment, Chief Jeff Chudwin of Olympia Fields, IL, talks to Betsy Brantner-Smith about the critical subject of self-aid/buddy-aid. 10m
Tactical Medicine Steve Rabinovich and Dave Smith discuss the basics of Tactical Medicine. Patrol officers will understand the value of immediately addressing injuries in a dynamic tactical situation. 10m
The Role of the Bystander during CPR Mike Stillwagon, a paramedic and the Community Health Services Manager for AMR Ventura County discusses the four steps to Bystander CPR. By performing timely compression only CPR, you could save a life. 5m
The Use of Tourniquets Van Postell, Tactical Medical Lead Instructor discusses the necessity for officers to become familiar with general medical knowledge and be proficient with simple medical applications, specifically tourniquets with Law Enforcement Expert Betsy Brantner Smith. 10m
Tourniquet Use: A Medical Director Explains Dr. David Tan explains the current thinking behind tourniquet use, explaining lessons learned from military use and scenarios in which they are applied. 10m
Treating a Broken Bone After watching this video, the viewer will learn how to assist themselves and others in the event a broken bone occurs.If you have no choice to … 5m
Treating a Heart Attack Dr. David Bellamy talks to Dave Smith about what to do if you think you’re having a heart attack. 10m
Understanding Hostage Incidents The chances that you or a fellow officer will be taken as a hostage are slim, yet the chance looms out there as a reminder to remain diligent in your duties. Riots in correctional facilities occur, in some more than others, which makes this training is so important. To deter hostage incidents from occurring, this 1-hour course will help you recognize some of the signs. This training will also give you information to help you survive the case of a hostage situation. 1h
Using HALO Chest Seal In this video tactical tip, Van Postell discusses and demonstrates the application of an occlusive dressing such as the HALO Chest Seal to treat a sucking chest wound. 5m
Utilizing Care for Non-Hostile Incidents (Eric Dickerson) In this video, Doug Wyllie PoliceOne Editor in Chief interviews Lt. Eric Dickerson about utilizing care for non-hostile incidents, many of which are common daily occurrences. 5m
What to do When Wounded Dr. David Bellamy talks to Dave Smith about survival techniques officers can use when wounded. 10m