This session will explain the Critical Incident Management program which defines practical responses to violence, lockdowns, bomb threat reactions and shelter-in-place for chemical incidents. Additional responses such as enhanced roles for school and business response, large event security, as well as coordinated training for responders will be introduced. These practical procedures can be easily implemented and used immediately.
The keynote speaker is Thomas Mynsberge, president of Critical Incident Management. Tom specializes in school/business/responder crisis training. Tom retired from the Michigan State Police as a Specialist/Sergeant with the Fire Marshall Division after 27 years of service with the Department. He was a Senior Sergeant and Tactical Member of the Emergency Support Team (SWAT), responding to hundreds of calls in hostage situations, barricaded gunman, VIP security, civil disorder and high risk search warrants.
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