This five-day course to provide Duty Officers / Major Incident Commanders with a training course designed for police leaders who are required to assume command of police operations in major incidents, with the knowledge and skills essential to the effective response, planning, and supervision of operations. The course will focus on instruction for members at the Duty Officer responsibility level to gain the necessary knowledge and judgment essential to plan and direct operations in major incidents like a search for vulnerable missing people, public order events, high-risk events like barricaded individuals and major events like disasters (IMS) that affect your community. CCII will supply the curriculum, training, and instruction for your agency to apply to the Ministry of the Solicitor General via the Ontario Police to receive accreditation.
CCII welcomes Dr. Mini Mamak, Forensic Psychologist to the course to discuss the value of having the expertise to consult with the command team to support the Incident Commander and Crisis Negotiation Team. Dr. Mamak will review common mental illnesses and the challenges of negotiating with those suffering from a mental illness and in a state of crisis.
Attendees will participate in scenario-based training with classroom lectures and practical exercises. All students must successfully pass a final exam, scenario evaluation, and 100 % class attendance.
The South Simcoe P.S will apply to the Ministry of the Solicitor General, via the Ontario Police College to receive accreditation.
Tom Hart, President, CCII Monique Rollin, Detective Inspector (ret). Vice President and Director of Training CCII Steve Wilson, Staff Sergeant (ret). South Simcoe Police Service Dr. Mini Mamak, Forensic Psychologist
Georgian College, Barrie Campus, 1 Georgian Dr., Barrie ON L4M 3X9 Building N room N202
Construct and maintain a framework/plan to guide decision making for the effective execution of the action plan.
Employ resources required for the effective command and control of the event within their scope of authority.
Analyze the current effectiveness of scene management against their established decision-making framework, revise as required as they assume command and control.
Differentiate amongst the evidence/data provided from the various support units to determine an effective plan of action.
Discriminate between multiple communications available and determine appropriate dissemination of information for safe and effective scene management. (Communicating up, down and laterally).
Outline strategies to ensure the safety of all during and after the event.
Identify and create strategies that address actual or potential risk factors both internal or external that can compromise incident response.
It is recommended that registrants have completed the IR 200, ICS 200 or IMS 200 Basic Incident Management System and/or advanced incident management training, and/or equivalent.
Arrangements have been made for a course discounted rate of $115.00 per night, including breakfast at the Four Points by Sheraton Barrie, located at 60 Bryne Drive, Barrie, ON. Free parking.
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February 24 5:00 AM - February 28 5:00 AM, 2020
Georgian College Building N room N202, Barrie Campus
1 Georgian D., Barrie ON L4M 3X9Get Directions
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