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Tactical Medical Self Help
February 6, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Instructor: Jason Harmsen
- Date: February 6, 2020
- Location: RCCC-N, Bldg 400, Room 4112
- Hours: 8 am – 5 pm
- Total Hours: 8
This course is 8 hours, encompassing the most common emergencies the law enforcement officer will come into contact with. All information is
based on NTOA, TCCC, and CONTOMS standards, as well as accepted EMS standards in civilian environments. This class is NOT all
encompassing – rather, it is a familiarization with the basic situations a law enforcement officer will encounter on a daily basis. The class is broken
into 2 distinguishable parts: Medical, non-tactical situations, and tactical trauma emergencies.
**During the course of the class, there will be short lab sessions. These labs will consist of demonstrations of use, volunteers in short scenarios, and
Jason Harmsen is a 23 year veteran of the fire and EMS field. He began his career as a Firefighter EMT with the East
Point Fire Department, and then moved on to his current position, Paramedic Lieutenant at Clayton County Fire and
Emergency Services. He is also a Tactical Medic, assigned to his local SWAT team and the US Marshals Southeast
Regional Fugitive Task Force. His accomplishments include the William French Smith Attorney General’s award, Law
Enforcement Officer of the Year for the US Marshals Service, as well as Paramedic of the Year and Medal of Valor
recipient for his department.
To register, please send your request to LETrain@rccc.edu.