UNIFIED INCIDENT COMMAND TRAINING FOR CRITICAL INCIDENT COMMANDERS (POLICE / FIRE / EMS / OFMEM / EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT)

UNIFIED INCIDENT COMMAND TRAINING FOR CRITICAL INCIDENT COMMANDERS (POLICE / FIRE / EMS / OFMEM / EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT) Hosted by Cornwall Fire Service 09 – 13 May 2022 CCII has partnered with Cornwall Fire Services

Published on May 9, 2022

UNIFIED COMMAND TRAINING FOR CRITICAL INCIDENT COMMANDERS - POLICE / FIRE / EMS / OFMEM / EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT) Hosted by Cornwall Fire Service 09 – 13 May 2022 CCII has partnered with Cornwall Fire Service and the Office of The Fire Marshall to design and deliver a five day Unified Incident Commanders course that will provide education, exercise training, subject matter expert presentations and comprehensive case studies within the field of Unified Command. Joint training is necessary for multi-jurisdictional or multi-agency incidents where there are several Incident Commanders with potentially competing priorities, objectives, authorities and limitations. This joint training will emphasize command and coordination, resource management, information management and communication.

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UNIFIED INCIDENT COMMAND TRAINING FOR CRITICAL INCIDENT COMMANDERS (POLICE / FIRE / EMS / OFMEM / EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT)
May 9, 2022

UNIFIED INCIDENT COMMAND TRAINING FOR CRITICAL INCIDENT COMMANDERS (POLICE / FIRE / EMS / OFMEM / EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT) Hosted by Cornwall Fire Service 09 – 13 May 2022 CCII has partnered with Cornwall Fire Services

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Blue Line Magazine Article Aug/Sept 2021; Integrating body-worn cameras and technology into Critical Incident Response by Monique Rollin and Vishal Dhir
Aug 1, 2021

From drones to body worn cameras to GPS monitoring systems and automated licence plate readers, advances in law enforcement technology are making it possible for organizations to enhance public safety like never before."

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