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The Law Enforcement First Responder Tactical Casualty Course

(LEFR-TCC) is designed to provide officers with the medical skill

sets, knowledge and confidence required to evaluate and

stabilize a Life Threatening injury that may be sustained in the

course of their duties. The LEFR-TCC is uniquely suited for all

areas of police work and will examine actual officer down

scenarios of traffic stops, as well as SWAT callouts. It will

build a knowledge base of medical procedures necessary for

the treatment of traumatic injuries, such as high/low velocity

penetrating trauma, blunt force trauma and injuries to the



The LEFR-TCC is a hands-on course using techniques of Force on Force, Active Shooter and stress inoculation to build the officer’s confidence and skill set in combining physical law enforcement tactics and Battlefield proven life saving medical interventions. During this course, training will include treatment of gunshot wounds, explosions, falls and other injuries which are immediately threatening to life when definitive medical care is not readily available due to the tactical situation or the injury is so severe that there isn’t time to wait for medical care.


This course (LEFR-TCC) utilizes several actual officer down incidents with a focus on what medical strategies should be employed to better treat the injuries identified as the cause of preventable death. The principles of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) are deeply embedded in this course, putting the medical component into your tactics. The course is demonstration and scenario based, using paint marking projectiles to simulate force on force situations.  The instructors of this course all have military instructed firearms training, military/civilian medical training and military/civilian small unit tactics training.  This course is a rigorous, hands-on type of learning with limited classroom downtime.


The LEFR-TCC course is 2 days of intense instruction and accommodates the needs of any type of law enforcement officer who may face a life or death situation. By using the proven methods of battlefield expedient care and force on force training, the officer will leave this course with a new found confidence in being able to save their own life and provide aid to a fellow officer. The course includes aggressive medical strategies that go well beyond the basic first responder skills taught to most police officers. Areas of instruction focus on tourniquet use, wound packing, airway control techniques, active shooter scenarios, care under fire, tactical rescue and tactical field care.

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