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Eligibility: Must be an active duty or retired sworn law enforcement officer, active duty or retired member of the United States Armed Forces or an active duty licensed ARMED security officer. Credentials will be checked at the door.

Entry Deadline: August 26, 2011

Prerequisites: None.
Instructors: Pete Eliadis Intelligence Consulting Partners, LLC. & William Gleason Intelligence Consulting Partners, LLC.

Peter Eliadis, is a Major and 18-year law enforcement veteran with a 1,500 man municipal law enforcement agency located within the Washington D.C. metropolitan area and is founder and president of “Intelligence Consulting Partners” specializing in the next generation of training and educating communities and law enforcement in homeland defense procedures.

Pete is a recognized expert in the arena of Mass Violence and has developed and implemented a framework for the future education and training on this topic. Dedicated to the safety of our communities, with a special focus on civilian and community partnerships, he provides a unique blend of history, practical experience, and innovative ideas and solutions, which in turn provide our law enforcement and civilian partners with the necessary knowledge for developing and implementing a prepared response to the criminal element.

Pete holds a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science degrees from Johns Hopkins University, is recognized as a certified trainer in a variety of subjects related to terrorism, and is nationally published in the area of Operations and Tactics.

William Gleason is a highly decorated officer currently serving on the command staff of a 1,500 man municipal law enforcement agency located within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. William has not only received numerous awards from his own agency, but has also received awards from outside agencies, to include a nomination for Maryland’s Police Officer of the Year in 2002, and the Maryland Police Training Commissions Instructor of the Year in 2007.

Bill also serves as the Team Leader for his agency’s Conflict Management Team, is a Hostage Negotiator and is also a member of the Special Investigative Response Team (which investigates all police involved shootings).

Curriculum: Class begins promptly at 8AM and is scheduled to conclude at 5PM.

This training course is designed for the “First Responder” who may be faced with handling and appropriately responding to an Active Shooter Incident. Topics covered will include:

A historical overview of Active Shooter situations;
Law enforcement response to an Active Shooter;
Contact and rescue team response;
Barricade and hostage incident resolution tactics;
Basic movement techniques;
Breeching techniques, and
Incident command response.
Complimentary coffee, juice and pastries will be provided in the morning. Additionally, the NRA has a cafeteria located on premises for your lunch time needs.

THIS COURSE HAS BEEN DCJS APPROVED FOR 8 HOURS OF IN-SERVICE TRAINING CREDIT. DCJS PIC-3 FORMS WILL BE PROVIDED AT THE END OF THE CLASS TO THOSE STUDENTS WHO WISH TO SUBMIT THEM TO THEIR TRAINING OFFICERS.

Certificates of attendance will be provided at the completion of the seminar.

Equipment Needed: Note taking materials, (optional).

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