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Participants learn key elements

  • Multi-discipline approach
  • Unified Command
  • Situational awareness
  • Communication
  • Accountability
  • Live real-time scenarios
  • Hands-on practice
  • Use schools in jurisdiction



"This kind of innovative command training can be the difference between chaos and order at a major incident. It is truly needed to get everyone working together safely and smoothly."

– Sheriff Kevin Beary (Ret.)



Active Shooter Response Training and
Active Shooter Incident Management Training
Interagency multi-discipline scenario training arms responders with critical experience.

Unified CommandSuddenly the world's next active shooter is at the school down the street, in your jurisdiction, and on your watch. The public, the media, and those in harm’s way have high expectations for a seamless response, prompt control, and decisive action.

Working together with a clear command structure and accountability of responders requires the kind of training and practice you just can’t get on the job every day. Coming out on top when the stakes are this high calls for special training and choreographed interaction between all responders. That’s where we come in.

C3 Pathways -- innovators in both live and simulation training -- deliver the real-world instruction and hands-on exercises to master a crisis professionally and collaboratively.

Never is it more critical for law enforcement, fire, and EMS to work together seemlessly and effectively. Saving lives depends on it. Are law enforcement's objectives mutually exclusive of fire and EMS objectives? Is it a good idea or even possible to share command of the scene? And where does the school official fit in?

SWAT TeamLaw Enforcement
Officers rapidly responding and dynamically forming move-to-contact teams create an accountability nightmare. Situational awareness is vital, and that includes knowing who is on-scene and their location. How many shooters? How many victims? How many hostages? Are there improvised explosive devices (IEDs)? What intelligence will you share with fire / EMS?

Through hands-on practice, law enforcement responders will benefit from a positive reinforcement coaching environment where FutureLE instructors share tips and tricks for rapidly organizing chaotic scenes, establishing and maintaining situational awareness and accountability, and working productively within a Unified Command structure.

Fire / EMS
TriageWhether EMS is separate or combined with fire, the task at hand is incredibly difficult. What risks will Fire / EMS personnel take in efforts to reach and save victims? Do you know law enforcement’s procedures? If law enforcement establishes a safe zone inside the hot zone to shelter victims in place, will you permit fire / EMS personnel to be escorted through the hot zone to reach victims? Have you practiced Unified Command with law enforcement and know how to support each other?

Through hands-on practice, fire / EMS responders will benefit from a positive reinforcement coaching environment where C3 instructors share tips and tricks for improving performance, managing escalating and large incidents, working together, and communicating effectively.

C3 Pathways provide professional solutions to serve you so you can serve others — and save lives.

Call us toll free (877) 340-4032 or email us at info@c3pathways.com to learn how we can help you!


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