Law Enforcement Casualty Care

A system of medical courses tailored specifically to the Law Enforcement Community. It enables agencies to address the unique challenges faced in the asymmetrical environment of today’s tactical, social and politically charged environments. This series of courses is the only Dept. of Justice recognized curriculum for LE medical training and was highlighted at the International Association of Police Chiefs Conference in 2019.

Commonly requested course outlines:

  • LECC™: Post BLEA. A one-day introductory course designed for officers fresh out of the Academy or seasoned LEO looking to refresh skills. Only 45 minutes are spent in the classroom, the rest is hands-on drills and scenarios. One or two day versions available.
  • LECC™: Patrol. A four-day course oriented not on making cops into medics, but rather taking professional LE problem solvers and enabling them with new tools and skills to solve more problems. This builds on the LECC: Post BLEA course.
  • LECC™: LE EMT. A four-day course that provides the EMT-B certified LEO with an expanded knowledge base into Operational Medicine and re-enforcement of sound clinical basics. This is where we get LEO’s “playing chess NOT checkers” in regard to medical interventions.
  • LECC™: Operational Medicine. This high-tempo, four-day course for LE personnel interested in or serving on a specialized team - such as SWAT, SRT or ACT - develops the critical tools to work independently of Fire/EMS long enough to get the patients to transport and to higher level of care. Incorporating rescue assets and advanced tools, it epitomizes the mantra of “good medicine, bad places”.  
  • LECC™: K-9. A two-day cooperative effort with dedicated veterinarians, LE handlers and SOF medics oriented to K-9 Handlers as well as EMTs that may respond to a K-9 call out.
  • LECC™: Wilderness Medicine. This course was designed on request to address the unique challenges that rural LE and Sheriff Dept’s encounter serving warrants, investigating illegal marijuana grows, chasing fugitives or just daily operating in wilderness environments. Emphasis on protracted evacuation time, improvised tools and lessons learned from extensive experience in similar environments in the military empower the LEO to provide good medicine in bad places. Minimum 2 days, optimal 5.
  • LECC™: Instructor Development/TTT. This scalable and interactive course can be customized for anyone looking to develop an LECC program in their agency. The goal is to maintain intent while ensuring it’s tailored to what is appropriate for the local area — minimum two days, optimally six.