Law Enforcement Emergency Medical Care Course (LEEMCC)
Are you a law enforcement officer in need of continuing education credits? We are excited to announce our first continuing ed course exclusively for law enforcement professionals.
The Law Enforcement Emergency Medical Course was developed in 2007 and 2008 in response to the Maryland law enforcement community’s request to create a medical course with specificity and applicability to law enforcement’s needs. The course, as written, addresses major medical, trauma, and resuscitation situations encountered by law enforcement officers, including a unique Care Under Fire and Hazardous Circumstances segment. It is estimated that the course can be taught in about 24 hours, or more if the education program desires to offer more coverage on a topic and/or if the program opts to include the optional enrichment topics.
This course is competency-based and is taught with a combination of lecture, skills sessions, and scenarios. Further, the course is capable of being segmented throughout portions of a law enforcement academy and, given the course’s applicability to the law enforcement field; the course can be integrated within other topics instructed in the academy.
Dates: June 17, 18 & 19
Times: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
How to Register: Download the forms below to register!
Space is limited. Both documents, registration and sponsorship billing forms, must be returned at the same time in order to register for the training.
Additional questions: Email Contracttraining@Chesapeake.edu or call 410-827-5833.
Initial Course Topics
- CPR/AED Course
- Patient Assessment
- Medical Emergencies
- Trauma Bleeding and Soft Tissue Injuries
- Injuries to the Muscles and Bones
- Infants and Children and Childbirth
- Care Under Fire and Hazardous Circumstances
- Zones of Care
- Self-Aid and Survival Mindset
- Transfer of Care
- Blasts (IEDs)
- Scenarios (Putting It All Together)
- Program Administered Test
- Enrichment Topics (optional)
- Less lethal munitions
- Excited delirium
- C.Death in custody