Officer Survival Training



TUFST-300 Tactical Use-of-Force & Survival Training

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Law Enforcement members must have the ability to protect themselves and others from fast emerging, time critical threats in lethal force situations. The TUFST Operator course of instruction seeks to integrate new methods to enhance existing training with respect to Officer Survival, Arrest & Control Tactics, Edged & Impact Tool Awareness, and Firearms Training.

This course provides students with skills and tools for situational awareness, observation, real-time threat detection, attack recognition, tactical decision aids, mental conditioning, and surveillance detection; firearms handling, use and retention in close quarters, weapon disarmament, edged and impact tool awareness.

Our mission is to plan and prepare defenses which secure and maintain safety as an individual first. It may be necessary to resolve critical situations alone and without support. We plan, train, and rehearse those measures which aid in situation awareness, threat detection, attack recognition, quick reaction t threat, and recovery.

COURSE OBJECTIVE: Upon Completion of the TUFST-300 Instructor level course, prospective instructors will be trained in the following areas:

  • To Develop and Maintain Operational Plans alongside Tactics, Training, and Procedures (TTP) for Officer Survival, CQ Firearms, Edged and Impact Tool Awareness that enhance Critical Tasks for Arrest and Control Tactics, and Firearms Training.
  • To Implement practical, platform-based instruction and culmination exercise and standards for integrated control and arrest tactics involving lethal force situations and fast emerging threats for the street and tactical environment; and to thereby preserve officer security and safety.
  • Certify Instructors to present and deliver the 1-Day TUFST Operator course-of-instruction.


COURSE LENGTH: (24) hours; Enhanced (40) hours
TARGET AUDIENCE: Active LE members and personnel who may be assigned to instruction, training, and education for government organizations and agencies
RECOMMENDED CLASS SIZE: 12 – 15 students
MIN/MAX CLASS SIZE: Minimum of (5) student / Maximum of 50
PRICE: Please contact us for class costs/expenses.*




Active Shooter Training & Education



CASPP-100: Civilian Active Shooter Preparedness Program

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Civilian Active Shooter Preparedness Program is designed for civilian personnel who work in government facilities, private corporations, schools, or religious entities. This program is facilitated by a 2-hour presentation. Direct instruction topics include: Understanding the Human Reaction to Disaster, History of Active Shooter events, and Preparedness Measures for Civilians. This course enables your workforce or membership with knowledge and planned response to work place violence or active shooter event. What your organization does matters!

COURSE OBJECTIVE: Upon Completion of this course, students will be trained in the following areas:
• Strategic considerations for crisis response and mitigation
• Planning guidelines for organization preparedness
• Awareness of the structure and history of Active Shooter event
• Minimum principles of workplace and facility safety

COURSE LENGTH: (8) hours
TARGET AUDIENCE: Facility managers and security personnel and all other civilian personnel who may work in government facilities, private corporations, schools, or for religious organizations
RECOMMENDED CLASS SIZE: 12 – 15 students
MIN/MAX CLASS SIZE: Minimum of (5) student / Maximum of 50
PRICE: Please contact us for class costs/expenses.*


FAST-100: First Responder Active Shooter Tactics

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This program is designed for law enforcement officers who will be first responders to an active shooter situation. This course will emphasize the assembly of an ad-hoc team of officers who may not work to together on a team on a regular basis due to assignment or different employing agency. This program utilizes a set of principles to ensure consistency from all responding officers. Issues addressed are: Approaching the site, setting up a perimeter, team movements, room entry, link-up procedures Immediate action plans, phasing in medical personnel, & equipment.

COURSE OBJECTIVE: Upon Completion of this course, students will be trained in the following areas:
• Movement to Contact/Approach to Site
• Setting up a Perimeter
• Tactical Entry/Search/Clear – Area, Vehicle and Structures
• Link-Up Procedures
• Immediate Action Planning
• Time-line, Actions and Phases for Crisis Mitigation
• Equipment Selection and Medical Considerations

COURSE LENGTH: (4) Days/(32) Hours
TARGET AUDIENCE:Active LE/MIL and Homeland Security
MIN/MAX CLASS SIZE: Minimum of 10 students /Maximum of 25
PRICE: Please contact us for class costs/expenses. *

* Cost reflects training delivered to your facility by our Mobile Training Team.
ITTA corporate headquarters are located in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Travel, lodging & other expenses will be negotiated outside of contract.




The Domestic Security Alliance Council (DSAC) is a strategic partnership between the U.S. Government and U.S. Private Industry. This site provides Active Shooter/Mass Casualty Response resources.



The FBI Critical Incident Response Group provides active shooter and mass casualty response information and resources.