Northwest Illinois Criminal Justice Commission
Illinois Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board - Mobile Team Unit #1
Outside Training Opportunity
August 16, 2022 to August 19, 2022
Cherry Valley, IL
Active Threat Integrated Response Course
This course is designed to improve integration between law enforcement, fire, and emergency
medical services (EMS) in active shooter events. The course provides law enforcement officers
with key medical skills based on tactical emergency casualty care (TECC) guidelines that can
be used at the point of injury (POI) to increase survivability of victims. The course also provides
a model framework for law enforcement, fire, and EMS to integrate responses during an
active shooter event through the rescue task force concept using the Active Shooter Incident
Professional Disciplines: Law Enforcement, Fire Service, Emergency Medical Services
The target audience for the Direct Delivery version of this course includes:
• Police officers
• Fire personnel (fire fighters)
• EMS personnel working or volunteering for local, state, and tribal jurisdictions throughout the
United States and U.S. territories
The course is designed to accommodate 25 law enforcement officers and
15 fire or EMS providers.
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