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Name PER-335 PER-335: Critical Decision Making for Complex Coordinated Attacks : ( PER-335)
Description Any community is vulnerable to a challenging public safety situation—an active shooter at a shopping mall; a train derailment with hazardous chemicals; a bombing incident in a commercial district; a plane crash; or a chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) attack. These types of attacks require all available resources and may expand past a single jurisdiction’s capabilities. Because a single agency is unlikely to be equipped to handle such an event, it is critical that effective and efficient coordination efforts be in place among cooperative agencies. These attacks, known as complex coordinated attacks (CCA), involve multiple threats that often exceed conventional response tactics and require a joint response involving members from varying disciplines and jurisdictions. This course will enhance the response capabilities of first responders to CCAs through classroom instruction and a practical exercise. Among the topics covered during the classroom instruction are ch
PreRequisite -100 C.
Target Audience The primary target audience for Critical Decision Making for Complex Coordinated Attacks includes law enforcement, fire services, and emergency medical services (EMS), including those who are likely to assume command at some point during response to a CCA
This role may potentially be filled by a line-level officer who assumes command as the first person on scene, or it may be the higher-ranking officer who follows and relieves the initial on-scene officer of that role
Though the personnel who assume this role may vary from agency to agency, the law enforcement audience would include patrol officers, who are most likely to be first on scene and serve as initial Incident Commanders (IC), as well as supervisory officers, such as sergeants, lieutenants, or captains, who are likely to arrive and assume command
Similarly, the fire service and EMS audience would range in command level from engineers or firefighters to battalion chiefs or captains
Because communications and information sharing play such a critical role in the CCA response, dispatch supervisors for law enforcement, fire services, and EMS are also included in the target audience
Additional Information Class will begin at 8:00am and end at 5:00pm. Dress code is business casual; please do not wear flip flops or shorts. The EOC gets really cold, please bring a jacket.
Location Pasco County Emergency Operations Center
Address 8744 Government Dr., Bldg A
New Port Richey 34654
Region 4

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Date Thursday, Oct 22, 2020 - Friday, Oct 23, 2020
Point of Contact Monica Santiago
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