This is a supervisory and command level course meant to provide an overview of managing the incident scene, the post response manpower and all of the related rally points necessary after an active shooter event. This course of instruction reviews some of the management and supervisor concerns not usually addressed in active shooter response courses. While active shooter events can occur at any location, this course focuses on schools.
This is a virtual course, offered online only and available to registered users of the Officer Virtual Academy at all times.
This course of instruction reviews some of the management and supervisor concerns not usually addressed in active shooter response courses. While active shooter events can occur at any location, this course focuses on schools.
It is recommended that prior to taking this course, the attending officer take the Active Shooter Response Protocols course to fully understand the responding patrol officer priorities on scene.
This course is a personal-knowledge-only (no continuing education or in-service credits) program. It is recommended that the student officer view/attend the following courses before viewing this one:
Boyd’s Cycle Applied to Conflict Survival
Active Shooter Response Protocols
Off-Duty Survival Protocols
- Upon completion, the student officer will be able to identify other locations of concern beyond the immediate crime scene(s)
- Upon completion, the student officer will be able to identify options for managing self-dispatched responding officers
- Upon completion, the student officer will be able to identify options for needed command, supervisory or management level staff for complete scene(s) management
About the Instructors
Lt. Frank Borelli – LE Instructor / Editorial Director
With over 35 years of operational experience and more than 30 years of instructional experience, Lt. Borelli has taught programs involving firearms, defensive tactics, officer survival, active shooter response and more to officers from all levels of government to include city, county, state, federal and military. He remains active in law enforcement, continually training and being trained to keep his skills up to date and sharp.
OVA Course Introduction AS Scene_Response Management
OVA Syllabus Active Shooter Scene_Response Management
Additional Resources (reading):
Active Shooter Response Continues to Evolve
Active Shooters Defy Simple & Singular Solutions
Active Shooter command Training & Protocol Review Responsibility
Post Active Shooter Event Priorities
How to Manage Active Shooter Response & Recovery