Officer Down Rescue

The purpose of the Officer Down Rescue course is to reduce the loss of life of civilians and emergency services personnel through practical training emphasizing proper techniques in providing emergency care and rapid extraction in challenging and violent environments.
The Officer Down Rescue course is designed to provide the guidance to emergency services personnel in different methods of extrication in order to save an individual who may be either pinned down or unable to escape on the own power, necessitating immediate action.
Course participants engage targets down range from a variety of positions and rescue the downed personnel or civilian. Upon rescue, officers, tactical EMT’s, or EMS providers will render rapid care using standard medical supplies or improvise from available equipment or use gear specially developed for tactical scenarios.
This medical training concentrates on trauma surveys, bleeding control and rapid transportation to a trauma center.
The training was built on actual incidents that have occurred involving open-area situations and considers the use of vehicles in rescue operations.

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