Blue Dragon Seminars Presents
Surviving Active Shooters and PTSD
October 15 & 16, 2019
Two one-day 8 hour Training Events (Tuesday-Wednesday, same agenda each day)
This course has corporate and private sponsorship and pricing is FREE for anyone in the law enforcement community, firefighters, first responders or the U.S. military, including their spouses. KS-CPOST Eligible.* POST/TCOLE Eligible.*
Comfort Inn & Suites • 1601 Super Plaza, Hutchinson, KS 67501
*Reporting of the continuing education hours received to the Kansas Commission on Peace Officer's Standards and Training will be the responsibility of the attendee and his/her agency head or appointing authority.
Decorated special agents, law enforcement and military professionals, delivering a powerful, life changing Blue Dragon Training Seminar. Register NOW.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019 – 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Emcee: Mark Jones, attorney and BDIC co-founder Welcome: Hutchinson Police Chief Jeff Hooper
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 – 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Emcee: Mark Jones, attorney and BDIC co-founder Welcome: Reno County Sheriff Randy Henderson
Keynote: Stopping an ISIS Inspired Terrorist Attack/Lessons Learned
Retired Garland Police Officer Greg Stevens. 2016 recipient of the Presidential Medal of Valor, in recognition of his bravery and trained preparedness, stopped two ISIS inspired terrorists before they could commit mass murder in Garland, Texas.
Surviving an ISIS Threat and Counterterrorism Today/Mark Jones moderating
Colonel Jim Frawley, retired colonel-inspector general, United States Marine Corps, Fort Worth police officer and ISIS survivor. Colonel Frawley will inform us of what threats are of greatest concern today and how to prepare for them.
Protecting Places of Worship/First Responder to Active Mass Killer
Steve Padin, retired 25-year decorated police veteran for the Buffalo, NY Police Department, lead firearms instructor, combat tactics instructor, former black belt instructor and international competitor in Tae Kwon-Do; can include topics of Confront & Neutralize; Run-Hide-Fight; On Scene Crisis Tactical Planning; Emergency Plan/Drills; Basic First Aid.
Emotional Survival, PTSD & Civil Rights Liability Arising Out of Fatal Incidents
Mark S. Jones, trial lawyer and assistant college professor, with expertise in criminal law, criminal procedure, constitutional law, and Section 1983 liability. Former chief deputy prosecutor, head of the Homicide Unit, Major Crime Division, head of the Criminal Division, county counselor, chief legal advisor to the prosecuting attorney, county sheriff, the Department of Corrections in Jackson County, Missouri and BDIC co-founder/partner.
PTSD and Suicide Risk
Dr. Jason Deselms, PhD, VA Suicide Prevention Program Supervisor and Coordinator for the Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center, Clinical Psychologist, certified trainer for the American Association of Suicidology Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk in Primary Care (RRSR-PC) program, U.S Army Reserves Medical Science Corps with the 1908th Medical Detachment Combat Stress Control Unit, recently returning from a deployment to Afghanistan. He has earned and maintains additional skill identifiers as an Aeromedical Psychologist and SERE Psychologist.
PTSD, My Story of Survival and Concluding Remarks
Retired FBI Special Agent Paul Vick, BDIC co-founder/partner, former FBI supervisory special agent, former Wichita Police Department detective in Wichita, Kansas and member of the Wichita Metro Crime Commission.
*Reporting of the continuing education hours received to the Kansas Commission on Peace Officers' Standards and Training will be the responsibility of the attendee and his/her agency head or appointing authority.