Active Shooting Incident Response (ASIR)
The Active Shooting Incident Response (ASIR) is a training that has been designed specifically for Law Enforcement, First Responders, and Armed Security Officers to learn how to respond effectively to an Active Shooting Incident (ASI) or an armed terrorist attack.
In the Active Shooting Incident Response (ASIR) officers to be able to respond effectively to these kinds of situations, they need first to have knowledge of the civilian’s Active Shooting Incident Response Management (ASIRM). Secondly, they need to be familiar with the Emergency Active Plan (EAP) that has been created by the administration to assist and give options to the people inside an infrastructure that is not armed.
When active shooting incidents are happening, it usually takes up to ten minutes to Police Officers or First responders to reach a threat location. Therefore, if armed security officers are already inside a building, and they have the proper training they can respond and neutralize the threat much faster and reduce the collateral damage.
The Active Shooting Incident Response (ASIR) training has been designed to effectively train Security Officers to safely use firearms inside locations where civilians are present and moving forward the threat to be neutralized.
Only for: Law enforcement/Armed Security Officers.
Objective: The goal of this course is to develop combat skills and level of confidence with a weapon. This is a course with the security professional in mind.
The participant of this course will gain tremendous confidence and skills with a weapon. Therefore, students will learn Israeli techniques such as cornering, firing from various covers and room entries.
Skill Prerequisites: Be able to run, standing for long hours.
Course Length: 2 Days / approximately 16 plus hours
Price: $ 799.99
Some of the main topics are:
- Combat self-defense against multiple attackers
- Disarming/Arresting techniques
- Physical Endurance
- Weapon safety procedures
- Body stance
- Draw techniques
- Change magazine
- Loading and unloading