Rogers, Buck
A Multifaceted Approach to Threat Assessment: Solutions for the Field, by the Field
1 DAYS
Hours: 2    Start Time: 13:00    End Time: 15:00    
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Learn how police executives utilized partnerships and multi-faceted approaches to enhanced tactical protocols and improved response to active shooter situations in their communities. Participants will learn how agencies utilized a variety of approaches, from policy reviews to on-site trainings and consultations, to develop scalable solutions. The speakers will provide real-world examples and discuss how the Collaborative Reform Initiative Technical Assistance Center (CRI-TAC) assisted in the design of strategies to adapt to the ever-changing and rapidly developing environment agencies face today.

Buck Rogers - Bio
Buck Rogers is the TTPOA Training Coordinator and is employed with the Bryan Police Department where he has served for over 28 years with 18 years on the SWAT Team. Buck has been a member of TTPOA since 1992 and has served the TTPOA since 2008. Buck served as the Competition Coordinator since 2010. Buck served 5 years in the United States Marine Corps and 3 years in the Texas Army National Guard Co G 143rd Airborne/Ranger LRRS. He earned a BA from Texas A&M University and has completed Leadership Command College in 2010 and the FBI National Academy Session 246. He has recently earned a Masters' Certificate in Homeland Security (2012) from the Bush School of Government and a Masters' Certificate in Criminal Justice (2011) from the University of Virginia. He is a certified TCOLE and Firearms Instructor as well as a Rappel Master. He is also an NTOA and Alerrt Active Shooter Instructor. He has attended various operator courses related to SWAT over the course of his career. He currently coordinates SWAT Commander courses for TTPOA with NTOA and volunteers for the NTOA Command College admissions board.