Major Incident Commanders Course

This five-day course will provide a current and comprehensive review of strategic planning and tactical considerations. A Commander’s plans and multiple directions can be among the most stressful when facing a Crime Scene Manager. This course is designed for members at the supervisory level to gain the necessary knowledge, skill, practice, and procedural acumen essential to effectively plan and direct operations in a hostage, barricade, or suicidal situation. Learn about the responsibilities and limitations of the Incident Command Triangle,ground search and public order management, the concepts and philosophy of crisis negotiations, subject/suspect assessment, mental illnesses, and emotionally disturbed person(s). Gain further insight into the significant impact news and social media have to potentially influence a critical incident.

To successfully complete this course you will be required to participate and pass a scenario based training exercise, written exam (75%) and 100% class attendance.

The Major Incident Commanders Course is a five day course, hosted by the LaSalle Police Service, Training Unit Branch. CCII will support the hosting police service to receive accreditation by the Ontario Ministry of the Community Safety and Correctional Services, via the Ontario Police College.

To register contact A/ Staff Sergeant Mike Foreman at

Course Instructors are: Tom Hart Det. (ret.)
                                      Monique Rollin D/Insp. (ret.) 
                                      Dr. Mini Mamak

Course Location: LaSalle Police Service - 1880 Normandy St. LaSalle, Ontario, N9H 1P8


Starts May 27, 2019
Ends May 31, 2019
Venue LaSalle Police Service - Contact A/ Staff Sergeant Mike Foreman - Administration and Corporate Support Training Unit
Address 1880 Normandy St. LaSalle, Ontario, N9H 1P8