Tribal Public Safety Dialogue Session to be Held October 26th
In this month’s session, we will discuss the Run. Hide. Fight. Paradigm, along with how to use a tourniquet. The Run. Hide. Fight. response paradigm is widely accepted and taught as one of the primary response paradigms regarding active threat incidents.
The session will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, Oct. 26th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm CST.
Speakers for this session include:
- Roy Bethge
- Roy Bethge is a veteran police leader with more than 31 years of law enforcement experience. He currently serves as the Chief of Police in Cherry Valley, IL. He has an extensive background as a trainer in the subject areas of leadership development, active shooter response, use of force, and adult learning. He is a lead instructor for LSU NCBRT/ACE and serves as the chair of the Education and Training Committee for the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
- Brendan Kiefer
- Brendan Kiefer is a retired Buffalo, NY detective with over 25 years in law enforcement and law enforcement education. Experience includes SWAT team leadership and homicide investigations with a focus on fugitive apprehension.
We encourage tribal citizens and responders to join the sessions and utilize this collaborative environment to share their experiences, challenges and success stories.
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LSU NCBRT/ACE is a national center for emergency preparedness and response training has endeavored to provide relevant training for tribal, state, local and territorial responders. Our team looks forward to working with your tribal nation and all Indian Country. Together we will work to overcome this pandemic and to better prepare protect our communities from all threats.