National Police Foundation selected to develop critical incident preparedness and response training for public safety leaders

The National Police Foundation, with funding from the Motorola Solutions Foundation, is developing a professional leadership development specialized training program for public safety leaders. The curriculum will be grounded in the lessons learned and best practices identified through rigorous after-action studies of mass violence incidents and responses to them. Focus areas will include tactical and command lessons learned at major incidents, threat assessment, mental health and resilience of responders, and best and next practices in preparation for, response to, and recovery from mass casualty attacks. The training will be piloted in the Summer of 2020.

One Comment to "National Police Foundation selected to develop critical incident preparedness and response training for public safety leaders"

  1. Reply Shane December 11, 2019 at 9:26 pm

    Hi there – I am a police officer from Tasmania, Australia and am wondering how I can become involved in this course?

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