NASTA provides comprehensive training programs that are designed to handle all aspects of an active threat/active shooter terror attack. Officers must first neutralize or contain the threat, extract the wounded, evacuate those in harms way, conduct an immediate follow up on the involved suspects and have a response plan to deal with additional attacks at alternate locations by those involved in, or sympathetic to, the original attack.
The staff at NASTA has developed a Tactical Patrol Officer course designed to serve all law enforcement officers. Within this 3-day block of training, the NASTA instructors will evaluate and then improve upon the skills of each student, as they pertain to patrol tactical operations. We are committed to the building block approach to training; each class will build upon the previous subject matter.
The staff at NASTA has developed a tactical school curriculum that will serve all law enforcement officers, the tactical officer, and/or tactical team. Within this 40-hour block of training, the NASTA instructors will evaluate and then improve upon the skills of each student, as they pertain to SWAT techniques. We are committed to the building block approach to training; each class will build upon the previous subject matter.
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This block of instruction equips first responders with the tools needed to efficiently deal with a barricaded subject or a hostage situation until a tactical team arrives to relinquish them of that responsibility.
The NASTA has developed a comprehensive training program designed to provide school bus drivers with the tools necessary to identify and respond to real and potential threats to include assaults, suspicious objects, weapons, unruly behavior, suspicious persons and hostage/barricade situations. “Protecting our Children: School Bus Driver Response to Active Threats," is designed for school bus drivers, transportation supervisors and school administrators.
The dynamics of conducting a narcotics search warrant are completely different than those used during a hostage situation. If we are going to be deployed in both situations, we should prepare for both. The staff at NASTA has developed an Advanced SWAT School curriculum which enables your "tactical entry team" officers to effectively deal with hostage/barricade situations. This 40-hour school remains flexible in nature so we may tailor it to your specific needs.