Responding to and Preparing for Acts of Violence

Date/Time
Date(s) - Mar 29 2014
10:00 - 15:00

Location
Dryden Fire Dept.

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Responding to and Preparing For Acts of Violence

with Lt. Steven Hamilton, Fort Jackson (S.C.) Fire Department


Saturday, March 29, 2014  10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

at the  Dryden Fire Station

26 North Street

Dryden, NY

This presentation will discuss an appropriate Fire Service and/or EMS response to violent, or potentially violent, scenes.  This includes the single company response to a victim of domestic violence as well as a multiagency “active shooter” response. Participants will receive information regarding pre-incident planning as well as considerations for developing policies and procedures for response to such incidents.  The program will include case history analysis  as well as a review of statistical data that highlight the hidden dangers that emergency responders face while responding to violent incidents.

This training is open to all Fire, EMS, and Law Enforcement personnel and is provided at NO CHARGE by the Dryden Fire Department.

Lt. Hamilton is a nationally recognized expert and speaker on the topic of responding to scenes of violence.  Lt. Hamilton has presented at the Firehouse Expo and at FDIC on this topic and has written for Fire Engineering Magazine. Lt. Hamilton has over 18 years of fire service experience and also serves as a Senior Reserve Deputy for the Richland County Sheriff’s Department in South Carolina.