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Seminar Title:  
After "it" Happens: Post Incident Recovery

DATES:  10/12/2021 through 10/13/2021

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Eric DiLorenzo

LOCATION:  Drury Inn & Suites - Albuquerque North - 4310 The 25 Way Northeast, Albuquerque, NM  87109

HOTEL:  Drury Inn & Suites - Albuquerque North - Albuquerque, NM  505-341-3600
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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $325.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Captain Eric DiLorenzo has been with the Myrtle Beach Police Department for over 21 years and currently serves as the Patrol Division Commander and Police Department Liaison for Emergency Management. He has conducted extensive research and provided training related to Active Shooter related topics since 1999 to over 15,000 people. Capt. Di Lorenzo has created numerous Active Shooter plans for business and schools that includes protocols for before, during and after an incident. In 2008, Capt. Di Lorenzo became a member of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program (SCLEAP) which remains very active in. SCLEAP recently deployed Capt. Di Lorenzo to Florence South Carolina to offer peer support after a Mass Shooting to which two Law Enforcement Officers were killed in the line of duty.


Captain Di Lorenzo is a graduate of Georgetown University’s (Washington DC) Executive Master’s Degree in Emergency and Disaster Management where his thesis was studying the impact on officers who have responded to Mass Shootings. In addition to recently been appointed as Adjunct Faculty at Georgetown University, he has attended the 268th Session of the FBI National Academy and serves as an instructor in multiple disciplines. He is certified by ALERRT in Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events and Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) as an Active Shooter Response instructor.

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Course Objectives

Coined as the “second disaster”, the lack of critical incident recovery strategies and planning has far

reaching implications. These include increased liability to the agency, losing trust of the community,

increased stress and trauma to employees, disruption of services, and a potential workforce reduction

within the Law Enforcement Agency. Understanding how to recover from these incidents is paramount to

the future success of the organization. This training explores the impacts that Active Shooter events and

other critical incidents have on the officer, the agency and the community it serves. By developing a

framework that creates a culture of internal and external resilience: “the capacity to recover quickly from

difficulties”, attendees will receive tools, plans and solutions to mitigate these negative effects.

Accomplished by the use of case studies, lessons learned, drills and exercises attendees will be

empowered with tools and a plan to build resilience within their agency and their community.

Learning Objectives:

1. Students will learn the specific impacts that responding to a Mass Shooting has on an officer.

They will also learn why the impacts of responding to a mass shooting are different than

responding to other critical incidents.

2. Students will be able to define terms such as Trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,

Cumulative Stress, Critical Incident Stress and Resilience. Students will also learn the effects of

Trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Cumulative stress, Critical Incident Stress and


3. Students will learn about specific resources that will help alleviate the psychological impact of

Post Traumatic Stress. Students will learn ways to build psychological resilience into their

departments including learning the role of Peer Support, EAP, Chaplains and incorporating

Mental Health Providers into their agencies.

4. Students will create a framework to begin planning for critical incident recovery in their specific


Table Top Exercise and Framework Building

Students will be broken into teams and be given scenarios. Students will be expected to build a response

plan using resources specific to their home jurisdiction. These response plans will include developing a

crisis communication strategy, building a post incident command structure, developing task lists and

mitigating issues before they occur.

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