LETTC is high-intensity, live constructive, simulation training course. The course uses multiple (different) simulations to create training environments that is both physical, and mentally, demanding. LETTC focuses on tactical force-on-force scenario that force officers to make critical decision under high level of stress. LETTC uses real life experiences from the law enforcement community to create the most realistic mobile training environment. The officer will be required to address the tactical challenges and in the proper time.
LETCC is a systematic approach to dealing with casualties in a tactical environment. It is strongly influenced by the model used by the Department of Defense curriculum called Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC). As the name implies, TCCC incorporates tactical problem solving into any situation in which casualties are incurred from an armed, hostile opponent. The TCCC system focuses on saving “preventable deaths” while achieving three primary goals: Treat the Casualty, Prevent Additional Casualties and Continue the Mission.
The law enforcement officer will gain knowledge and skills necessary to mitigate the loss of their life or the life of another while in an active threat environment. The skills will address treating life threatening injuries in an austere environment with limited equipment, lack of medically trained personnel and prolonged time to evacuation.