Description from ALERRT: Law enforcement officers and agencies are frequently requested by schools, businesses, and community members for direction and presentations on what they should do if confronted with an active shooter event. The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course, designed and built on the Avoid, Deny, Defend (ADD) strategy developed by ALERRT in 2004, provides strategies, guidance and a proven plan for surviving an active shooter event. Topics include the history and prevalence of active shooter events, civilian response options, medical issues, and considerations for conducting drills.

We can provide individual or group training tailored to your unique location and environment. This is a FREE course.


Description: We have capted data to show how law enforcement is using TECC to save lives. Please share this document with anyone who is interested in tactical medicine for law enforcement.

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Deployed medicine

Description: Modeled after the Committee for Tactical Combat Casualty Care, C-TECC is comprised of a broad range of interagency operational and academic leaders in the practice of high threat medicine across the nation.

Lifehold Strategic is a recognized educational partner with the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care. We can work with your organization to provide a customized course to fit your needs. 

If you want more than a basic Stop the Bleed course, TECC may be the answer. Bleeding control is just one part of the overall medical response and TECC fills the gaps. ​We can build a class to suit your requirements. Contact us for pricing. 

If you are looking for TCCC information we recommend Deployed Medicine This is a platform used by the Defense Health Agency to trial new innovative learning models aimed at improving readiness and performance of deployed military medical personnel.

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Description from Stop the Bleed: Massive bleeding can occur for several reasons, but injuries from an active shooter or explosive event where a response is delayed can result in death. Similar to how the general public learns and performs CPR, the public must learn proper bleeding control techniques, including how to use their hands, dressings, and tourniquets. Victims can quickly die from uncontrolled bleeding, within five to 10 minutes.

However, anyone at the scene can act as immediate responder and save lives if they know what to do. is an initiative of the American College of Surgeons and the Hartford Consensus and contains diagrams, news, videos, and other resources contributed by a variety of other private and nonprofit partners to help prepare you in the event you are witness to one of these unspeakable events.

We can tailor a STB class to fit your specific need or industry. Contact us to setup a class at your location. 

We post all of our public STB classes HERE

You can find other STB classes in your area by searching HERE