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Critical Incident Management Command & Control

Including Incident Objective and Strategy Building and Incident Action Planning - 3 day course.

Course Objectives:

To help your agency prepare for the unexpected emergencies that can erupt at any moment; such as, Terrorist Activity, Major Explosions, Civil Disturbances, Chemical Spills, Barricaded Persons, Plane Crashes, etc. Introduce what is needed for proper planning, procedure and policy decisions. Demonstrate how your agency should interact during a multi- agency response situation and how to protect your agency against liability incidents.

Introduction to Law Enforcement Basic Incident Command and the National Incident Management System:

This session introduces the Incident Command System (ICS) and provides the foundation for higher level ICS training. This course describes the history, features and principles, and organizational structure of the Incident Command System. It also explains the relationship between ICS and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).

Introduction to Unified Command:

This session introduces the Unified Command component of the ICS organization reviewing methodologies of bringing together the Incident Commanders from the various jurisdictions or agencies operating together to form a single command structure. Remember that Unified Command, ultimately enabling all responsible agencies to manage an incident together by establishing a common set of incident objectives and strategies.

Introduction to Area Command:

When an incident expands to a large geographic area, the agency officials may choose to divide the incident into smaller pieces, called zones, each of which will be managed by an incident management team (IMT). This session will review the Area Command components in order to set priorities between incidents and ensures efficient resource use to assure critical resources are allocated by the overall priorities established by the agency officials. Competition among incidents for critical resources is avoided.

Incident Objective and Strategy Building and Incident Action Planning:

This session will explore the components and procedures to establish incident objectives in order to build an Incident Action Plan (IAP). At the end of the session the students will build the initial IAP.

Practical Exercises:

The students will participate in table top exercises, using the applicable training to manage the situations through the course and have a final scenario to bridge all of the critical incident management skill from this course.

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