Rapid Active Shooter Emergency Response R.A.S.E.R. (price per person)



Lone officer and team tactics

At the completion of this module, participants will be able to:
• Respond to mass killing incidents and Intervention in High Risk Zones (HRZ)
• Be able to deploy, assess and storm the object within seconds
• Increase controlled aggressiveness, turning the switch “on and off”
• Increase safety during an operation
• Upgrading individual combat skills and mission specifics of the Lone First Responder
• Elevate fighting spirit, aggressiveness and determination and therefore the confidence of the Lone Officer
• Learn to improve combat performance
• Take leadership role
• Rapid adaptation to new and challenging requirements and mission sets
• Rapid assimilation of new or more complex skills
• Understand rather than remember how to increase performance
• Increase discursive reasoning skills and establishing the norm of problem solving
• Overcome psychological and physiological effects of combat
• Overcome hesitation in times of uncertainty in order to neutralize threats and save human lives
• Learn self-teaching to solve problems within a framework of knowledge, which will increase confidence, accountability, awareness, judgment and initiative

Time = Human Life ©

Officer Michael Trill Testimonial:
I had the pleasure of attending two classes, taught by Hanan, in the past at the Allstate Center in St. Petersburg, FL. I actually picked up Hanan and transported him to the classes in the mornings. I just wanted to say thanks for the excellent instruction. About a year ago, I was involved in a shooting, where the suspect had murdered a person and entered into a business with the intention of killing others. I was able to respond and engage the shooter, who then made me the target. With the training I received, I was able to remain calm, advance on the suspect and engage the suspect with my firearm at a close range. I am very thankful for the training I received, which was applicable in my situation, and wanted to let you know. Keep up the great work!