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The Tactical Casualty Care Course for Law Enforcement is a dynamic 1-day course covering the principles of Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) and the associated treatment recommendations in a Law Enforcement Patrol and Tactical Team environment. Course topics include overview of the current 2020 TECC guidelines, overview of the MARCH treatment pneumonic, wounding patterns seen in the tactical environment, hemorrhagic shock overview and management, tourniquet applications, pressure dressings, junctional wound packing, basic airway skills, chest trauma management, hypothermia prevention, and casualty movement techniques (to include medivac procedures utilizing LE vehicles). Current recommended TECC tourniquets and other relevant medical equipment will be addressed. All participants will have copious amounts of hands-on skills training along with realistic patrol/tactical type casualty scenarios in the afternoon where emphasis will be placed on solving the tactical and the medical problems simultaneously along with leadership roles. Students will end the day with a multiple Officer down or active threat type scenario where multiple casualties will need to be triaged and managed. All skills taught in this course can be legally performed by LE personnel in the field.
September 8th, 20th, &29th.
October 11th & 17th.
NOTE: Each training date is a separate 1-day class. Training hours are from 0800-1700. Please reference your desired training date during registration. Limit 24 persons per class.
Washington County Sheriffs Office Public Safety Training Center (600 SW Walnut St. Hillsboro, OR 97123).
Free (tuition covered by Federal UASI Grant). Meals and lodging NOT provided in this course.
All issued patrol/tactical gear (minimum of a duty belt and ballistic vest) along with eye protection.