Aviation Safety and Accident Response for LE
ASSIST has previously offered the Aerial Liaison Officer (ALO) training to two audiences in the public safety community: One for fire fighting /emergency services (FF/ES) personnel and one for law enforcement and homeland security (LE/HS) personnel.
This year (2014), the course for the law enforcement community has been revised and updated with a new focus: Aviation Safety and Accident Response for Law Enforcement: A New Hampshire Perspective
Contact the Police Academy Registrar for the course schedule and to register. A printed copy of the course description for either version is available by contacting the ASSIST registrar: email@example.com or downloading it here:
WHY THIS SEMINAR IS IMPORTANT
Public safety organizations typically need to:
- Coordinate and control critical, finite resources in challenging, dynamic public safety situations and environments
- Respond to a wide range of disaster response plans, programs and requirements
- Conduct effective, on-scene command and control for a variety of critical response mission areas.
Understanding how to respond to these situations can be an important tool in your public safety emergency response kit.
PART 1: A general overview of aviation activity in New Hampshire communities and fundamental concepts in aviation operations. (2.5-3.0 hours)
- Basic Aircraft Types and Aviation in New Hampshire
- General Overview of Airports and Airport Operations
- General Overview of Aircraft and Aircraft Operations
- Communication Best Practices: Aircrew, Agencies, the Public
PART 2: A study of abnormal aviation operations: reckless flying, incidents, and accidents. (3.0-3.5 hours)
- Reckless Operations
- Aircraft Incidents
- Aircraft Accidents
- Final analysis and discussion
The seminar is delivered by Rick Bartle, Chief Technology Officer at ASSIST Aviation Solutions, LLC. View his bio here.