Posted on December 18, 2017 by email@example.com in Training
New Academy Course Available- Aftermath of a Shooting
The Aftermath of a Shooting
If you are involved in a shooting, what happens next? What do you say to responding officers or investigators? Will you be arrested? How long will it be until you are cleared of any crime? What happens if charges are filed?
These are all legitimate questions in reference to being involved in a lethal self defense case. All shootings will be investigated, and self defense shootings are no different. There will be a process that you will go through, and this process could take some time. There will be interviews with you, witnesses, and even suspects. There will be a collection of physical and forensic evidence, and your account of the incident will be compared against all of those interviews and evidence. The seconds of your actions will be judged in hours and months by investigators and prosecutors.
This course covers that process, but starts with some things that you can do that might help you avoid being involved in a shooting. If there are no other options but to use deadly force, then this course covers things and offers information that might better prepare you. Some of the things covered are:
- Firearms and Ammunition selection
- Self Defense Laws
- Situational Awareness
- First Response
- Physiological and physical effects
- Investigative process
- Social Media and more
This course is free for all CCW Safe Members by using the code found here. If you are not a CCW Safe member, you can still get 20% off the Aftermath of a Shooting course by using code 20OFF at ccwsafe.com/academy. 20% off code is good for the next 30 days.
Mike Darter is the co-founder and CEO of CCW Safe, and Gary Eastridge is the Critical Incident Coordinator and Affiliate Manager for CCW Safe. MIke and Gary were both police officers in Oklahoma City, and both have been involved in shootings, and have investigated shootings. Gary was a Homicide Investigator for Oklahoma City, and also investigated homicides in Kosovo for the U.N. under the State Department. For the past 10 years, Gary has been the Chief Investigator for the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office.