Wed, Aug 17|
2022 Public Order and Public Safety - Executive Training
This Command Level Course provides the foundation for senior law enforcement officers with skills to develop critical thinking and intuitive decision-making that support safe and responsive action in regaining order of a crowd.
Time & Location
Aug 17, 2022, 9:00 AM EDT – Sep 01, 2022, 9:00 AM EDT
About the event
WHAT: Field Force Command (Former Course Title)
WHERE: Duty Station
WHEN: 08/17/22 (0930-1100) Response to Recent Protest Movements; Lessons Learned
08/24/22 (0900-1000) Crowd Dynamics for Mitigation and De-escalation
08/31/22 (0800-1200) Public Order and Public Safety-Executive (Part One)
09/01/22 (0800-1200) Public Order and Public Safety-Executive (Part Two)
Course Overview: This Command Level Course provides the foundation for senior law enforcement officers with skills to develop critical thinking and intuitive decision-making that support safe and responsive action in regaining order of a crowd. Participants receive instruction in legal perspective, crowd dynamics, demonstrator tactics and force multipliers.
Target Audience: Agency senior law enforcement officers who require advanced leadership training in public order and crowd management in the Northern Michigan Region.
Instructors: FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) provides a live Subject Matter Expert (SME) for this interactive Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) program.
NMLETG TRAINING OBJECTIVE: Topics provided during this training:
- Discuss the right to peacefully assemble and law enforcement response.
- Discuss the legal considerations and civil rights protections.
- Identify processes for intelligence planning, collection and application to effectively respond to incidents/events crowd management.
- Identify strategies to effectively mitigate and de-escalate civil unrest prior to and during mass demonstrations.
- Identify the considerations for deploying a mobile field force in response to mass demonstrations.
LIMITING FACTORS: Participation is limited due to (1) the nature of this training format and (2) agencies
called upon in support of the Northern Michigan Mutual Aid Task Force (NMMATF) Area of Operation (AOR).
Class Size: 30 Student maximum.
Material/Equipment: Each student must review the welcome letter prior to attending the course for any special instructions from MSP Lab personnel. Course Training Material/Equipment will be provided at no additional cost; Agency responsible to provide Department Evidence Kits.
COST: There is no cost for this training; MCOLES registered.
QUESTIONS: Contact Jerry Cannon: (O) 231-369-3333 (M) 231-620-2837 or email@example.com
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: August 12th , 2022