Critical Incident for Field Supervisor


Tactical Sling


Whether the problem is an armed and barricaded suspect or a terrorist hostage taker, the field supervisor is faced with the same challenges - how best to deploy his/her resources to facilitate a successful resolution to the problem. A successful outcome is a suspect taken into custody without further injury to the officers, civilian population and the suspect. The challenges presented by a critical incident require an organized and disciplined response. The containment and control actions of the first responding units and the incident commander will bring the situation to a successful conclusion. Barricaded suspects or armed suspects who barricade themselves pose extreme danger to the community as well as special tactical problems for deputies. Handling barricaded suspects safely requires special weapons, equipment and expertise which come from specialized training.

Field Supervisor Obligations during a Critical Incident



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