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HERO Training Center

NTOA SWAT Team Leader Development

This course is designed for law enforcement personnel who are responsible for deploying in the capacity as a SWAT Team Leader or as a supervisor who is responsible for the training and deployment of tactical teams. The focus of this training will be on pre-incident training, planning, organizing...

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NTOA SWAT Team Leader Development

Time & Location

Apr 11, 8:00 AM CDT – Apr 15, 5:00 PM CDT

HERO Training Center, 10125 85th St S, Cottage Grove, MN 55016, USA

About the event

Hosted by HERO Center. You must register with NTOA directly.

This course is designed for law enforcement personnel who are responsible for deploying in the capacity as a SWAT Team Leader or as a supervisor who is responsible for the training and deployment of tactical teams. The focus of this training will be on pre-incident training, planning, organizing, and the tactical decision-making process used in the resolution of high-risk operations. Also included in the curriculum is an overview of SWAT training topics including selection and testing, training issues and liability, national SWAT standards and critical incident reviews. Practical applications will consist of scouting and planning warrants, small team planning, tactics used in the resolution of critical incidents, and the review of tactical incidents and videos. Attendees will participate in-group discussions, write operations orders, and develop training plans, plus critique and evaluate tactics and decisions based on a principle based SWAT decision-making process.

INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS

Upon completion of this course the attendee will be familiar with:

  1. NTOA Tactical Response & Operational Standards for Law Enforcement
  2. Recruitment, Selection, and Training of SWAT Personnel
  3. Team Leader Legal Liability Concepts
  4. SWAT Structure and Leadership
  5. Survival for the Tactical Team Leader
  6. Strategy, Training, and Mission Planning
  7. Team Leaders and the OODA Loop
  8. Less Lethal Tactical Decision-Making
  9. High-Risk Warrant Service
  10. Resolution of Barricaded Suspects
  11. Hostage Rescue Operations
  12. Principle Based Decision-Making Review
  13. Incident Reviews from Past Operations    (You will be directed to NTOA website to register for this course)

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