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Dealing with emergency scenarios

Dealing with emergency scenarios


Today we’re working with John Moores University It is a training day for the students and the idea is to put what the students have learnt in theory into practice. We’ve got a small fire in the corner of
the house, which is basically just to give the students an awareness of what it would
be like going into the house ill-equipped This guy had depression and ADHD, and we found
that he’d jumped on the live track We had to get the role-players in control
inside the room, then it turns out there was a murder next door as well – so that
was unexpected. On the train there was two groups of people
that have clashed and are arguing, but at the same time there was a suspicious package. There was an actual incident after the one
that we got called to, with a gun and a bomb, I didn’t expect that at all. Everyone’s done brilliant today It’s nice to have preparation of what you
might be dealing with It gives you the chance to know what you’re
going to have to be dealing with They’ve shown a lot of initiative, they’re
thinking about it, and they’re making decisions, so they’ve all done pretty well.

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