Aftermath of a Shooting
What to expect if you are involved in a self defense shooting.
Being involved in a self defense shooting can be the most stressful experience that one can have, and can often have long term affects. This is why we train to avoid situations that put us at higher risk for such an incident.
The Aftermath of a Shooting course starts with a good look at what you can do to avoid a self defense shooting, but also covers how to be best prepared if you are forced to defend yourself, and what to expect in the aftermath.
If you carry a firearm for your protection, or even if you have a firearm in the home for home defense, this course will be invaluable if you ever have to defend yourself with deadly force.
Mike was a police officer in Oklahoma City from 1991-2001, and a federal contractor for the DOJ from 2001-2011. During his career, Mike investigated and testified in hundreds of violent crimes, including shootings, homicides, and other violent felony crimes. Mike was involved in a shooting as a police officer and went through a lawsuit from that shooting. The lawsuit was later dismissed, but his experience is what led to the creation of CCW Safe.
Training History and LE Education
- Integrated Ballistic Information System- Basic Training Course (ATF)
- Basic Narcotic and Drug School (OBN)
- Monadnock Expandable Baton Instructor School (C.L.E.E.T.)
- Basic & Advanced Control/ Defensive Tactics Instructor(C.L.E.E.T.)
- Basic Search Warrant Execution School (C.L.E.E.T.)
- Basic Instructor Development School (C.L.E.E.T.)
- Custody and Control Instructor School (C.L.E.E.T.)
- Expandable Baton/ O.C. Gas School (CLEET)
• A Medal of Valor for response to OKC Federal Building Bombing (1995)
Instruction and Teaching Experience
- Instructed over 200 OCPD recruit officers in the Control Defensive Tactics course
- Instructed over 800 OCPD officers (every other year) in the area of Control Defensive Tactics in-service updates