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Active Shooter Response Training

Lone Wolf to Coordinated Attacks, 2nd Edition

By Scott Hyderkhan

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264 pages

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Description

Active Shooter Response Training: Lone Wolf to Coordinated Attack, 2nd Edition, provides expanded and updated training for police and security officers who must respond to an active shooter situation.

This manual addresses all facets of preparation and response, from complex logistical organization to collective and individual tactics, as well as special units or special skills tasks. Based on time-tested military training doctrine, the program described here offers a template for agencies of all sizes to offer training that effectively utilizes officers’ available time. Hyderkhan and his expert contributors cover all aspects of the active shooter response (ASR) mission, from risk analysis to logistical planning for mass casualty events. He also addresses medical care and evacuation, reunification procedures, and post-incident investigation. Active Shooter Response Training, 2nd Edition, provides the tools needed to prevent or mitigate tragedy in our religious congregations, schools, and public places. The book includes a code for free access to an online library of training videos.

This book is directed to law enforcement agencies, private security teams, training organizations, police leaders, and individual officers and trainers, in the US and globally. It also has potential as recommended reading in policing courses at the community college and university level.

Table of Contents

  1. Active Shooter Small Unit Doctrine (ASSUD)
  2. Action Plan
  3. Training Management
  4. Rescue Task Force (RTF) Operations
  5. Close Quarter Battle (CQB)
  6. Individual Tasks
  7. Collective Tasks
  8. Action Drills
  9. Combatives
  10. Progressive Breaching
  11. Contributing Author Matthew Wilson

  12. Facility Clearing and Evacuation
  13. Command and Control in the Active Shooter Environment
  14. Contributing Author Christopher Fowler

  15. Communications Planning
  16. Site Threat Mitigation and Response Planning
  17. Contributing Author William Gage

  18. Task Performance Evaluations
  19. Patrol Special Equipment and Loadout

About the Author

Scott Hyderkhan was born and raised in Greenfield, Indiana. Upon graduation from high school in 1980 he joined the United States Army on a Ranger contract. His 20 years of service in the United States Army is highlighted with a great deal of his service in the 2nd Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment. Scott retired from the United States Army in 2001 as a Master Sergeant. Scott entered service into law enforcement directly following military service and served for 19 years as a patrol officer with the City of Mercer Island, Washington. During his law enforcement career Scott dedicated his military expertise and SWAT officer experience to evolving his agencies Tactical Response Unit and response capability in mass casualty incidence, specifically active shooter response preparation and training. Scott’s military and law enforcement experience spans 39 years. He is the author of the Active Shooter Response Manual (CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group) and is the president of Kinetic Tactical Training Solutions LLC. Scott recently retired in January 2020 from the Mercer Island Police Department.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LAW041000
LAW / Forensic Science