Kingsport, Tennessee

(254)258-4078 or (423)306-6115

Training To Help You Maintain That Critical Edge To Survive

Training To Help You Maintain That Critical Edge To Survive

Training To Help You Maintain That Critical Edge To SurviveTraining To Help You Maintain That Critical Edge To Survive

Post Critical Incident

What Do I Do NOW!

This is just some advice for you following a Critical Incident (Shooting)

Critical Incident (Shooting)

Call 911 

If you carry a firearm, carry a cell phone. 

- Speak slowly and clearly 

- Remember - YOUR CALL IS RECORDED!!! 

- Don’t give your life story 

- Ask for an ambulance and police 

- NO profanity 

- NO racial slurs

**Call Legal Counsel** 

- Remember the Miranda warning does not afford a defense from your testimony 

“What you say CAN AND WILL be used AGAINST you in a court of law.” 

There are various legal plans that you can subscribe to that provide services to CHL and NON-CHL holders. 

First Aid 

You “may” render first aid. 

- REMEMBER YOUR SAFETY FIRST!!! 

- Focus on the wound / victim and not the act 

- Stay aware of your surroundings 

DO NOT LEAVE THE SCENE! (unless your safety demands it) 

- If you leave the scene, call police immediately, even if you called earlier. 

- DO NOT go home and wash up

Greeting arriving Police 

- You may holster or store your firearm/weapon afterwards, but let police know upon request 

- DO NOT (if you can at all help it) be standing with a firearm in your hand when they arrive 

- Comply with commands IMMEDIATELY! 

- Hands UP! - Do not attempt to reveal, point to, or draw your firearm unless explicitly commanded to. 

- You may or may not be handcuffed - COMPLY 

- Be cooperative, but follow your legal council’s advice 

Are You Prepared?

See our link below to join USCCA so that you are covered in the event you have to use deadly force 

USCCA