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Law Enforcement Responder



The Essentials of Law Enforcement Emergency Response

Public safety professionals and emergency responders today face greater threats than ever before in our history. The traditional role of law enforcement has vastly expanded to require extraordinarily broad-based emergency response capabilities. Law Enforcement Responder: Principles of Emergency Medicine, Rescue, and Force Protection prepares homeland security leaders, law enforcement officers, security professionals, and public safety officials for the wide range of emergency responses they must perform on a daily basis.

Law Enforcement Responder explores the vast array of law enforcement demands for emergency responses including resuscitation, trauma, and illness, as well as the essential considerations for special populations such as children and the elderly. The textbook addresses all of the competency statements in the National EMS Education Standards at the Emergency Medical Responder level, as well as additional lifesaving content specific to law enforcement that far exceeds the core curriculum.

Law Enforcement Responder accommodates the tremendous diversity in the modern law enforcement mission by providing current and expert emergency medicine content in a highly adaptable format. Nationally recognized experts present key mission-specific topics, including police officer survival, tactical medicine, executive protection, active shooter response, canine first aid, military medicine, travel medicine, in-flight emergencies, ordnance ballistics, less lethal munitions, incarceration and prisoner care, fire-rescue and hazardous materials, and much more.

Outstanding features include:

  • Lesson objectives: National EMS Education Standard competency statements and additional chapter-specific objectives, with corresponding page references.
  • Skill Drills: Written step-by-step explanations and visual summaries of key skills in a format that enhances student comprehension.
  • Vital Vocabulary: Key terms highlighted and explained within the chapter and defined in the Prep Kit.
  • Prep Kit: End-of-chapter materials and activities reinforce important concepts and evaluate students’ mastery of the subjects.
    • Ready for Review: Detailed summaries of the chapter content.
    • Vital Vocabulary: Definitions for all key terms used in the chapter.
    • Check Your Knowledge: Case studies that promote critical thinking.

Law Enforcement Responder is appropriate for law enforcement emergency responder training programs.


  • Section  1  Law Enforcement Medical Responder
  •   Unit  1  Law Enforcement Medicine
  •     The Law Enforcement Responder
  •         Emergency Medical Services Systems
  •     Mission Preplanning
  •     Logistics
  •   Unit  2  Medical Standards and Responsibilities
  •     Physical Direction and Oversight
  •     Documentation
  •     Ethical and Legal Considerations
  •     Forensics
  •   Unit  3  Mental and Physical Wellness
  •   Unit  4  Line of Duty Death
  • Section  2  Emergency Response
  •   Unit  5  Scene Management
  •   Unit  6  Environmental Hazards
  •     Fire Suppression
  •         Hazardous Materials Accidents and Weapons
  •     Narcotics and Clandestine Labs
  •   Unit  7  Rescue
  •     Auto Extrication
  •         Water Rescue
  • Section  3  Patient Assessment
  •   Unit  8  Anatomy and Physiology
  •   Unit  9  Physical Examination and Assessment
  • Section  4  Resuscitation
  •   Unit  10  Airway, Breathing, and Oxygenation
  •   Unit  11  CPR and AED
  • Section  5  Illness
  •   Unit  12  Clinical Fundamentals
  •     Pathophysiology
  •     Pharmacology
  •     Unit  13  Medical Emergencies
  •     General Medical Emergencies
  •     Specific Medical Emergencies
  •   Unit  14  Toxicology
  •   Unit  15  Environmental Threats
  •     Heat and Cold Exposure
  •     High Altitude Sickness
  • Section  6  Trauma
  •   Unit  16  Bleeding and Shock
  •     Unit  17  Tactical Casualty Care
  •   Unit  18  Law Enforcement Considerations
  •     Ordnance Ballistics
  •     Explosions and Blasts
  •     Less Lethal Munitions
  •   Unit  19  Conventional Trauma
  •     Injuries and Wounds
  •     Head, Neck, and Sensory Injuries
  •     Chest and Abdominal Trauma
  • Section  7  Special Populations
  •   Unit  20  Pregnancy and Childbirth
  •   Unit  21  Infants and Children
  •   Unit  22  Elderly Patients
  •     Unit  23  Behavioral Emergencies
  •   Unit  24  K-9 First Aid
  •   Unit  25  Incarceration and Prisoner Care
  • Section  8  Operational Considerations
  •   Unit  26  Deployment Preparation
  •     Travel and Foreign Missions
  •     In-Flight Emergencies
  •     Maritime Deployments
  •   Unit  27  Special Missions and Responses
  •     Special Operations and Tactics
  •     Executive Protection
  •     Active Shooter Scenarios
  •     Animal Threats and Control



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