Room: Academy Library (2nd floor directly in front of the center staircase)
Presenters: Fire Captain Mike Wright and Police Lieutenant James Mac Gillis
Topic: Active Shooter Mass Casualty Incident
In 2014, the City of Milwaukee Police and Fire Departments joined forces in a historic effort to prepare for the ever increasing likelihood of an Active Shooter Mass Casualty Incident (ASMCI). The state’s largest departments took part in joint training that would see the majority of the 2,000 law enforcement officers as well as the 800+ Firefighters, EMT’s, and Paramedics work together as a team. The teams where designated as the Rescue Task Force (RTF) and the Evacuation (EVAC) teams. These joint law enforcement and EMS teams are designed to move into the “Warm Zone” with the goal of taking medical treatment to the point of wounding, possibly while the incident is still unfolding!
“The men and women of the City of Milwaukee protective services continue to evolve and will address the modern threat environment head on.”
– Sign in
– How we got here
– The training
– What we are capable of
– The future
– Demonstration utilizing members of the audience
– Closing remarks
Lunch: The Training Academy staff will assist in arranging Jimmy John’s for the group. The plan is to collect everyone’s order at the beginning of class and have it ready upon completion. Estimated cost per person will be $10 (cash only).
RSVP by e-mail to Jim.Klajbor@Milwaukee.gov no later than noon on Thursday, July 27, 2016.
Location: Milwaukee Fire and Police Training Academy