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Redback One 5-Day Deliberate CQB (Law Enforcement Only) June 4-8, 2018: Miami, FL

Jason Falla ·
Deliberate CQB Open to Law Enforcement Only Dates: June 4-8, 2018 Location: Miami, FL Venue: DA1 Cost: $995 Enrollment: www.redbackone.com The 5-Day /40hr Deliberate CQB course of instruction has been established to train qualified SWAT personnel in the tactics, techniques to conduct slow and deliberate close quarters battle. This course will provide the opportunity for critical skill development at the individual and team level to reduce risk to officers when conducting high-risk entries by...
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

jnc36rcpd ·
Could you tell if I and II were co-mingled? We did ALERRT 1 and didn't cover stairs at all.
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

X-ray Dave ·
Hall Boss, like that term. Gotta be a patch in there, too. Thanks for posting the overview, Dave
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djohn ·
Informative and encouraging - thanks for the review(s)!
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ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

BrooklynBacon ·
I tried my best not to give away all of the TTP’s, but most of it is public information anyways. This week, I had the pleasure of attending ALERRT 1 & 2, hosted by City of Miami Police Department. They made the intelligent decision to marry the courses together over a one week timespan, so the concepts are brought together in its entirety. I have taken ALERRT 1 approximately 8 years ago. So, I wanted to see the updates, if any, to the course. A little background, I am a certified LASER...
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

ggammell ·
Stairs are not in the level one lesson plan. He whole hung is literally modular so its not surprising that they put all the Tactical together.
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

jnc36rcpd ·
Thanks, guys. I recently received criticism from command staff who didn't attend the training that I used the railings on stairs rather than ascent/descent tactically when the stairway component was "Group 1, meet us upstairs."
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

BrooklynBacon ·
We did stairs in part 1. All the tactics were in the first part. Part 2 was strictly medical and full spectrum response.
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

jnc36rcpd ·
I've never been to the training, but I recall ATF training for three agent entries. As I remember, they felt that was a realistic number for a search and allowed for OK 360 coverage. I really liked the concept as it seemed realistic for us. You certainly wouldn't want to do a planned high-risk warrant service that way, but I think you could extrapolate that from clearing an alarm call to active shooter. I agree with Jeff on shields. They are great to have in specific situations such as...
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

Jeff22 ·
I've noticed when going through any kind of training like this, many officers can easily conceptualize working in a two officer team (because we do it all the time) but if you get to three or four officers, the wheels eventually fall off because we don't practice it enough. Both places I work recently got ballistic shields that will stop handgun rounds, and there is a debate on how to integrate the shields into a two officer response to an active shooter. (I think in many cases I'd rather...
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

BrooklynBacon ·
To be honest, I don’t even like employing shields really. It slows guys down, and has too much of a mythical value behind it. I favor speed, over the shield.
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

ggammell ·
Shields. Bought by the same people who don't understand how armor levels work. Sometimes the best shield is speed and/or just being able to move.
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

ggammell ·
Yeah but the command boners supervisors get when they get to broadcast “wait for a shield”
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

aegis305 ·
Heads up guys: Thousands of First Responders Exposed in ALERRT Breach https://www.tomshardware.com/n...forcement,37387.html First responders strive to quickly eliminate pressing threats, but a newly exposed data breach has placed these officials in some peril of their own. A breached database used by the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) center at Texas State University has exposed the personal information of tens of thousands of participants. ZDNet reported that the...
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

HomoSepian ·
Jiminey Christmas... who uploads a database to a random server and doesn't at least password-protect it? It should be encrypted at rest anyway
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Re: ALERRT 1 & 2 Miami, FL 06/04-06/07/2018

Jeff22 ·
Somebody's gonna get yelled at . . .
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