Law Enforcement Training
TACTICAL EMERGENCY CASUALTY CARE
Law Enforcement Officers are required to competently operate in extremely dangerous and demanding situations. As 2020 has made it all too clear, anything short of highly skilled and competent can prove to be fatal.
A peace officer needs to be more than just capable with his or her duty weapons. Within seconds, a situation can go from requiring the use of lethal force to stop a deadly threat, to the necessary application of tactical medicine skills and principles in order to save a life and avoid additional casualties.
“The Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) guidelines are a set of best practice recommendations for casualty management during civilian tactical and rescue operations. Based upon the principles of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), TECC accounts for the differences in the civilian environment, resources, patient population, and scope of practice from the military combat environment of TCCC.”
-Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC)
Phases of Care
Direct Threat Care
Indirect Threat Care
Rapid Assessment & Rapid Treatment
Hemorrhage Control: Direct Pressure; Tourniquet Application; Wound Packing
Patient Packaging and Evacuation
SIGN-UP TO RECEIVE TRAINING FROM EXPERIENCED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MILITARY SPECIAL OPERATIONS VETERANS ON SAVING LIVES WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF THE CHAOTIC AND DANGEROUS REALITY OF THE POLICE PROFESSION.