Arkansas Court Security Training: How to Respond to an Active Shooter
Because courthouses must be accessible and in centralized locations, they are vulnerable to acts of random violence. Courts must have proper court security procedures, technology, personnel, and architectural features, to not only protect the safety of the people and property within and around the courts, but also the integrity of the judicial process. While there is no one solution to issues concerning court security, proper planning must involve collaboration with law enforcement offices, emergency agencies, and governing bodies.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
In this course you'll learn many new skills including how to:
How to Respond to an Active Shooter
Best Practices in Court Security
Judicial Threat Management
Body Language as a Communication Tool
and much much more!
Certified Arkansas Law Enforcement Officers please note:
This training course (including all 4 modules) has been approved for 4 hours of training credit. The Arkansas Administrative Office of the Courts’ Director of Security and Emergency Preparedness will ensure that your participation and completion of the course will be submitted via form F18 to the Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training. An F18 will be sent to CLEST on a regular basis. Please print the certificate awarded at the conclusion of the course for your record. Do not send a copy to CLEST.
Note: This course is intended for additional court security officer training only and does not replace the required 12 hours of classroom training required of Arkansas court security officers, per the authority of Act 576 of 2007.
If you are an Arkansas certified law enforcement officer, to receive official credit for completion of this online training course, please complete the required C.L.E.S.T. (Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training) F-18 form identification information after completing the course.