The OTOA Active Threat Response - User 16-hour course provides officers with principles and tactics to respond as a single officer in an active threat event.
This course was developed for the front-line officer to accomplish their primary mission of Saving Lives.
It is one of the only training programs that combine classroom evidence-based principles with practical skill-based tactics.
The Active Threat Response - User training course culminates with safe, reality-based scenarios including de-escalation tactics.
The Active Threat principles and tactics are behavior-based. Additional topics will include Constitutional Use of Force, De-escalation tactics, and Linking Up with additional and plainclothes officers.
Students will demonstrate proficiency through reality-based scenarios.
CLASS STARTS AT 0800 EACH DAY UNLESS THE INSTRUCTOR STATES OTHERWISE
Active Threat Response User Course (16 general hours) meets the criteria outlined in the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC 109:2-18-03, et al.) and is approved for 16 general hours of 2023 CPT.
Active Threat Response User Course (16 general hours) – course number 23CPT465