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Purpose & Intended Audience:
Fire and EMS leaders are invited to co-attend the first day of this training conference, focused on saving lives through cooperative and coordinated response to patients in tactical and crisis scenes. Battalion Chief Joe Pulvermacher, Oak Creek Fire Department, and Captain Mike Bolender, Oak Creek Police Department, will present “Public Service Partnerships: Saving Lives with Cooperative Response to Shootings.” Based on their hard-won experiences, they will share how departments can safely “beat the clock” and provide life-saving care to patients in tactical scenes. They address the “police clock”—stopping an active shooter, and the victim clock—the “golden hour.”
Training will take place from noon to 5pm. Due to legal restrictions on our funding source, Fire and EMS personnel will be charged $5 to attend, payable at the door via check or cash.
Fire and EMS personnel can register below. Law enforcement personnel must register on WILENET.