IMMEDIATE ACTION TEAMS (IAT)
ID-004-RESP - Immediate Action Teams (IAT) Active Shooter: Rapid Law Enforcement Tactical Response to Violence and Terrorism in the School Setting
The Preparedness of State and Local Law Enforcement officers is one of the major initiatives of the United States Department of Homeland Security. The immediate action team (IAT) active shooter training course provides law enforcement officers with proven tactics and techniques for first responders dealing with an active shooter and terrorist incidents.
The Government Training Institute's Immediate Action Team (IAT) Active Shooter training course curriculum that has been reviewed and approved by D.H.S.'s Office of Grants & Training. This allows states the opportunity to apply their DHS training grant funding toward tuition, overtime, meals, lodging, and associated backfill costs for their first responders to attend.
The Government Training Institute's Immediate Action Team (IAT) Active Shooter training course covers 15 separate modules in 5 days. Students learn proven tactics and techniques for smaller first responder elements in dealing with an active shooter and the initial response to a terrorist incident. Students have daily practical exercises as well as written exams throughout the 5 day curriculum. The immediate action team (IAT) active shooter training course gives students instruction and practical application in the following tactical training areas:
Who Can Attend:
The Immediate Action Teams (IAT) Active Shooter training course is open to Law Enforcement and Military personnel ONLY. Each officer will show or verify employment prior to course registrations.
Required Individual Equipment: