Active Shooter Defense Training

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October 21st, 2019

 

8:00 am - 4:00 pm 

 

Nevada 3

 

Company: Leading Edge Threat Mitigation

Title: Owner – Instructor

As the Owner of Leading Edge Threat Mitigation, Joey Walker provide real world tactical and technical information on how to mitigate any number of threats from Active Shooter Defense, Protection against Stalkers, and Self Defense courses for Civilian and Law Enforcement personnel. Joey utilizes his expertise as a 10th Degree Black Belt in the Martial Arts with two World Karate Champions to formulate techniques that practical, easy and effective against violent assailants. Joey is also the author of two books: “Self- Defense Tactics and Techniques” and his most recently released book “Shots Fired” Surviving an Active Shooter/Assailant.  His latest book was created to help organizations and the average individual attacked by a terrorist or a mentally challenged offender bent on death and destruction.  Mr. Walker has appeared on numerous local radio and television appearances covering threat mitigation strategies from Stalking, Workplace Violence and the defense against an Active Shooter/Assailant.

Due to his extensive background in the Martial Arts, Threat Mitigation, Law Enforcement Defensive Tactics and Use of Force Options, Mr. Walker is sought out for Criminal and Civil trials and case preparations as an Expert Witness within these fields of expertise.

Joey Walker

Overview

Between 1-2 hours Lecture.  

Between 2-4 hours Physical Training.

Lecture Segment:

  • Active Shooter Dynamics;
    • How prevalent these are today:
    • Shooting and attacks occurring in personal and business settings: Church, restaurants, shopping malls, workplaces.
    • Two methods as to why shooters stop their attack:
      • The shooter decides to stop;
      • Competent intervention engages the shooter.
    • Factors and motivations of an active shooter:
      • Domestic Violence, Stalking, Workplace violence, etc.
    • Active Shooter Elements:
      • Fifteen Errors and Resolutions
    • Personal Survival Plans:
      • Tactical escape plans and routes during an escape;
      • Practical sheltering strategies if you must hide;
      • Last resort tactics;
      • Discussion of when and how to engage shooter.
    • Surviving the arrival of law enforcement:
      • Expectations of the police 
      • How not to be seen as the threat

Physical Technique and Training Segment: 

To eliminate injuries, ALL PHYSICAL TRAINING DONE AT A SLOW WALK-THRU PACE!

  • LAST RESORT/AMBUSH TECHNIQUES:
    • Incapacitation Strategies: 
      • Improvised Weapons
      • Carotid hold
    • Handgun and Long gun defense;
    • Edged Weapons defenses
  • Scenario Training:
    • One shooter to one defender;
    • One shooter to multiple defenders;
    • Incapacitation using improvised weapons
    • Disarm and disable 
      • Personal weapon
      • Disarmed weapon
  • Preparing for the arrival of law enforcement
    • Evacuation 
    • Shelter in place;
    • Surrendering
    • How not to be seen as a threat
      • Personal weapon
      • Disarmed Weapon

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Curriculum: 

Between 1-2 hours Lecture.  

Between 2-4 hours Physical Training.

Lecture Segment:

    • Awareness Strategies;
    • Exterior environmental safety cues;
    • How to determine threats to your safety;
    • See something, say something, do something;
    • Stages of a violent crime;
    • How to deal with physically aggressive people;
    • Environmental and improvised weapons;
    • What if scenarios;
      • Stalking/Domestic issues at work
      • Being followed
      • Personal attack
    • Discussion on robbery
    • Domestic issues at work
    • Critical distance and Safe distances;
    • Awareness Strategies;
      • Being followed
      • Stalking
    • Survival Tactics;
    • Reporting to law enforcement

Physical Technique and Training Segment:

To eliminate injuries, ALL PHYSICAL TRAINING DONE AT A SLOW WALK-THRU PACE!

    • Frontal Attack
    • Standing hold breaking:
    • Hair grab;
    • Front choke;
    • Lapel/clothing grab;
    • Headlock;
    • Bearhugs (Front and Rear / Arms free and pinned)
    • Assertive Techniques:
    • Carotid applications: Standing Front, Side, rear, takedowns
    • Carotid escapes;
    • Vehicle approach strategies;
    • Vehicle Defense Techniques;
    • Keeping your distance;
    • Abduction Prevention;
    • Survival Philosophy