Surviving Traumatic Incidents
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is a one-day lecture on Surviving Traumatic Incidents. This lecture is designed for all officers, regardless of rank or assignment, and focuses on surviving traumatic incidents based on the presenters’ own personal stories of survival. The presenters were critically injured in the line-of-duty, and provide personal and valuable insight on how they each survived this incident. The lecture will discuss issues related to how an on-duty traumatic incident can involve an officer’s personal life, family, and Department. The lecture will also address the need to develop a survival mindset, post incident action plans, and the issues associated with recovering both mentally and physical from these types of incidents.
INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS: 1 Day / 8 Hours
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this lecture, students will be able to:
• Understand/define the “victim”
• Know the stages of grieving
• Understand the “fight or flight” response
• Approach an injury from a logical standpoint NOT an emotional perspective
• Adhere to the will to survive
AUDIENCE: PSP Enlisted, MP, LEO
MPOETC CLEE Hours: 8 - CLEE ID # CLE00716
Registration: Please register for the classes below using form SP 8-130.
Locations: For a list of all training centers and directions, please visit the Training Center Page.
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Civilian Peer Contacts are also allowed to attend this course.
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