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Zones of Operation During an Active Threat

Zones of operation are defined by the relative level of threat. These designations determine where certain actions and specific personnel are allowed to operate. As a result, and for a safer and more efficient response, we identify and label areas at the scene based on our knowledge of the potential threat(s) in each of those areas. We do this by assigning identifiers: the hot zone, the areas of highest risk; the warm zone, an area of intermediate risk; and the cold zone, areas of least risk with regard to the incident.

This presentation was created using content from NCBRT’s PER-340, Active Threat Integrated Response Course.

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Rescue Task Force Formations

The purpose of this presentation is to provide Emergency Responders an informational reminder of key principles surrounding the formation and response of a Rescue Task Force (RTF) in an active shooter or active threat incident.

This presentation was created using content from NCBRT’s PER-275, Law Enforcement Active Shooter Emergency Response, and PER-340, Active Threat Integrated Response Course.

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Direct Pressure

The purpose of this presentation is to remind emergency responders of key principles for applying direct pressure to injuries sustained during an active threat incident when tourniquets may not be an option.

This presentation was created using content from NCBRT’s PER-340, Active Threat Integrated Response Course.

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Contact Team Principles and Priorities

This presentation will address contact team concepts, principles, and priorities. These include solo officer entries, bypassing the wounded, and directing follow-on responders.

This presentation was created using content from NCBRT’s PER-275, Law Enforcement Active Shooter Emergency Response, and PER-340, Active Threat Integrated Response Course.

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CAN and SIM

The purpose of this presentation is to remind Emergency Responders of key principles of CAN (Conditions, Actions, and Needs) reports, and using SIM (Security, Immediate Action Plan, Medical Intervention) during an active threat incident. These principles can assist first responders to identify needs and rapidly respond to active threat incidents.

This presentation was created using content from NCBRT’s PER-335, Critical Decision Making for Complex Coordinated Attacks, and PER-340, Active Threat Integrated Response Course.

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Time, Distance, Shielding - D.U.I.

In this short video, LSU NCBRT/ACE provides personal protective measure best practices that help minimize the spread of viral pathogens while conducting a field sobriety test. 

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Mass Fatality Management

This webinar focuses on tactics for managing fatalities resulting from COVID-19. This webinar will focus on how handling fatalities during a pandemic can differ from other types of disasters. It will also provide considerations for managing mass fatalities such as the storage of remains and methods of identification to assist in repartition to families.

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Time, Distance, Shielding - B.U.I. on Water

In this short video, LSU NCBRT/ACE has partnered with NASBLA to provide personal protective measure best practices that help minimize the spread of viral pathogens while conducting the seated battery of standardize field sobriety testing (SFST).

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COVID-19 Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Awareness (AWR-393-W)

This awareness-level course will prepare participants to recognize every day and opportunistic threats occurring in the COVID-19 response environment. Participants will receive an overview of response activities they can take to increase their situational awareness and ability to response to threats outside of the COVID-19 threat.

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Demobilization in a Pandemic

LSU NCBRT/ACE created the Demobilization in a Pandemic webinar to help individuals understand demobilization plans and procedures for jurisdictions, agencies, and departments under federal guidance during a pandemic. This webinar will explain the importance of plans, procedures and documentation during a major public health disaster such as a pandemic and how that affects the U.S. response at the federal, tribal, state and local levels.

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Breaking the Chain: Preventing the Spread of Surface Contamination

This short video demonstrates the ease and prevalence of potential contamination by following the chain of contamination through ordinary, daily activities. The video also provides concrete, CDC-approved techniques that can help curb the spread of germs and contagious particles.

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Handling COVID-19 Exposed Evidence

Handling COVID-19 Exposed Evidence

These two videos will highlight the proper precautions to take when conducting a crime scene investigation where the scene and the evidence are contaminated by COVID-19. The first video provides an overview of safely collecting and storing contaminated evidence, maintaining chain of custody, using exposed evidence in a court room, decontaminating evidence, and lab analyst protections. The second video lays out step-by-step procedures for safely collecting and packaging latent fingerprint, hair and fiber, serological, soil trace, impression, and document evidence.

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First Responder PPE Guidelines

First Responder PPE Guidelines

This 11-minute video provides an overview of protective gear available to responders for outbreak response. It addresses how the gear protects people, what its limitations may be, and techniques for properly donning and doffing PPE so responders can adequately protect themselves.

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Emergency Operations Center

EOC Operations During Social Distancing

This webinar features protocol during social distancing for Emergency Operations Centers.

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Responder Wellness

Responder Wellness During COVID-19

In this webinar, LSU NCBRT/ACE examines aspects of COVID-19 that may cause anxiety or stress for the responder community. The video also offers techniques that responders can practice to help manage or mitigate that anxiety.

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Safer At Home

Safer at Home

This short video provides tips for emergency responders on how to ensure that they are protecting themselves, their families and their homes from COVID-19 exposure after a shift. 

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Alternate Care Sites

Alternate Care Sites

The presentation includes information on setting up alternative care sites and how alternative sites can relieve some of the burden on hospitals.

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Officer Safety

Officer Safety: Time, Distance and Shielding

This animated video serves as a visual tool for highlighting the proper precautions that officers and emergency responders should take when performing their day-to-day operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CDC Sequence for Donning and Doffing PPE

This 6-minute video walks viewers step-by-step through the guidelines prescribed by the CDC for donning and doffing a gown, mask/respirator, face shield, and gloves.

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Covid-19 Roll Call Training

COVID-19 Roll Call Training

This video provides information on how officers can keep themselves safe before, during, and after contact with others in the course of their job. It also addresses steps officers can take at the end of a shift to go home safely. 

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Covid-19 Roll Call Training (Spanish)

COVID-19 Roll Call Training (Spanish)

This video provides information on how officers can keep themselves safe before, during, and after contact with others in the course of their job. It also addresses steps officers can take at the end of a shift to go home safely. 

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