Advanced ONLINE Law Enforcement Training

Response Tactics for Critical Incidents and In-Progress Crimes®

This online course teaches law enforcement officers and supervisors how to respond to critical incidents safely, calmly and methodically.

This is a basic critical incident response course that is perfect for officers, sergeants and lieutenants.

Curriculum includes: 

  • Fleeing Suspect Containment and Apprehension

  • Coordinating Small and Large Perimeter Operations
  • Critical Incident Decision Making
  • The Officer in Charge Concept
  • Pre-Contact Assessments
  • Coordinating a Multi Officer Response
  • Barricaded Suspect Incidents
  • A Critical Incident Checklist

This course helps officers and supervisors see the big picture and understand how to approach "hot calls" in an organized and safe way. This is an Online Course. If you are interested in-person training in this subject, click here
“We’ve adopted your material as department-wide tactics for us and have seen a number of successes. The courses have gotten great reviews from our officers and the ability to access the course online makes it easy to get my officers trained.”

— Sgt. Bart Tweedie, Mount Prospect (IL) PD

What's included?

  • 12 Chapters
  • 35 HD Videos
  • 1 Critical Incident Checklist
  • 7 Debriefs and Scenarios
  • The confidence to know you're doing it right!

Learn how to handle any "hot call" or critical incident

Learn how to coordinate the response, how to lead, and how to make smart decisions during a crisis.

Learn at Your Own Pace

Once you're registered, you'll have lifetime access to the course. You can complete the entire course in one sitting in about 4-5 hours. Or, log in and out as you please to move at your own pace. 
This is an on-demand course. Students can move through the chapters at their own pace. The total run time of the videos in this course is approximately 4 hours. However, the course also contains materials for the students to read, so the total time needed to complete the course will vary.
Meet the instructor

Scott Savage

Your instructor, Scott Savage, is a highly experienced law enforcement officer from California where he still serves today. This course is the culmination of years or real world experience and extensive research of "tactical science." Scott's a passionate presenter who will keep you entertained as you learn new tools to put in your tactical toolbox. 
Scott Savage - Founder of the Savage Training Group

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to complete the course in one sitting?

No, this is a self-paced course. Once you register, you have unlimited access and can control the pace of the course. The videos are broken down into small chapters that also include downloads and text. Move through the material at your own pace and log-in whenever you prefer. Want to watch the videos at double-speed? No problem, with this platform you can consume the course however you prefer.

How long is the course?

If you prefer to view the entire course in one sitting, you could do so in about 5 hours. Or log in and out as you please and move at your own pace. The course is broken down into chapters so you can consume the course material at your own pace. 

Do you offer group pricing for multiple officers to attend this online course?

We’re happy to offer a terrific group discount. What a great way to get all of your officers trained!

For orders of 10 or more students you will receive a 30% discount so you pay only $187/per student.

When you are ready to make your group purchase, contact us and let us know how many students you would like to register.

You can pay either online with a credit card, or we can invoice you so you can pay by check. As soon as we receive payment, we'll send you directions on how each student can access to the course.

Will I receive POST credit by attending this online course?

Sorry, no. For California POST credit please attend one of our in-person training courses scheduled in California. For other states, please contact us to discuss having a course certified in your state.
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