Winslow, Charles
High-Risk Manhunt Operations FULL
1 DAYS
THIS COURSE IS OFFERED ON MULTIPLE DAYS
Hours: 4    Start Time: 08:00    End Time: 12:00    
SUN 18MON 19TUE 20WED 21THU 22FRI 23SAT 24
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One of the most dangerous operations a SWAT team may be tasked with is hunting for an armed fugitive in a rural environment. This seminar will define when a manhunt becomes high risk and why that should trigger a SWAT response. Specialized equipment and training considerations as well as tactics to facilitate a fugitive's capture will be identified. The presentation includes overviews on visual and K9 tracking assets, and how to integrate both into a high-risk manhunt incident. Incident command and personnel deployment issues unique to manhunts will be reviewed and practiced during a table top exercise.

Charles Winslow - Bio
Charlie Winslow is a retired captain from the Chesapeake (VA) Police Department. From 1984 until he retired in 2010 he was assigned to the Chesapeake Police SWAT Team where he served as an operator, sniper, team leader, executive officer, and ultimately as commander. From 2010 until present he has managed the tactical training program at the Crater Criminal Justice Training Academy, a regional law enforcement academy in central Virginia. In 2010, Winslow received the NTOA's John Kolman Award of Excellence. He has an AAS degree in Administration of Justice from Tidewater Community College and attended the Southern Police Institute, Administrative Officer's Course, 95th Session.