Lone Star Medics
Field and Tactical Medical Training/Consulting

Dynamic Patrol

Dynamic Patrol

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Dynamic Patrol

This eight hour tactical medical course is specifically designed for Law Enforcement. Officers/Deputies/Agents who attend this course learn through minimal lecture, and plenty of hands-on skills training; how to keep themselves and their partners alive until medical personnel arrive at the scene.  Recent events have proven that waiting for EMS/TEMS to respond is just not a viable option sometimes. Police officers must be able to render aid to themselves or their fellow officers; even to bystanders or suspects on occasion. Some law enforcement operate in rural areas where scene times for EMS might take longer than those in urban settings.

Some of the subjects covered:
- Principles of tactical medicine as they pertain to law enforcement
- Patient movement techniques for short and long distances
- Wound patterns of LEO’s
- Rapid trauma assessments
- Modern hemorrhage control techniques
- Thoracic injuries and treatments, blunt and penetrating injuries
- Thermal burns and blast injuries
- Identify and treat for shock
- Medical equipment selection for uniformed and plain clothes officer
- Casualty collection points
- Evacuation considerations
- Medical considerations for Active Killer/Mass Casualty Events
- Communication with Fire/EMS/Hospitals