Ellis, Eric
Embry, Alex
Instructor Development for Active Shooter Training
1 DAYS
Hours: 2    Start Time: 08:00    End Time: 10:00    
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This instructor development course will review current trends in active shooter incidents nationwide and discuss the lessons learned and how they should shape our training moving forward. A review of active shooter protocol will be conducted and adjustments for these policies based on the trends will be discussed. This includes TCCC and its integration into training, along with the Rescue Task Force model. Scenario development will be discussed in detail to allow instructors to better teach and challenge their officers. This course is designed for officers who have previously been involved with active shooter Instruction at their departments.

Eric Ellis - Bio
Eric Ellis is a police officer for the McHenry County Sheriff's Office with over 19 years of law enforcement experience. He has worked as a deputy and patrol sergeant. He is a Rapid Deployment/Rescue Task Force and Emergency Vehicle Operator instructor and serves as a member of the Sheriff's Office SWAT team. While on the team, he has been part of both entry and sniper elements, and later functioned as an assistant team leader for the snipers and a team leader for entry. He currently leads the explosive breaching element and is the deputy commander for the team. His current full-time assignment is supervising in the Patrol Division.

Alex Embry - Bio
Alex Embry is a police officer for the McHenry County Sheriff's Office with 13 years of law enforcement experience. He has worked as a deputy and patrol sergeant. He is a Control Tactics and Firearms Instructor and serves as a member of the Sheriff's Office SWAT team. While on the team, he has been part of both entry and sniper elements and later functioned as an assistant team leader for the snipers and a team leader for entry before being assigned as the team's commander. His current full-time assignment is supervising the Training Unit.