June 7, 2016
In this second video featuring CCW Safe Co-Founder and COO, Stan Campbell, and CCW Safe Critical Response Coordinator, John Risenhoover, talk about the protocols that exist for law enforcement when dealing with officer involved shootings, and the importance for those protocols.
These same protocols were used to develop our protocols when dealing with self defense shootings involving CCW Safe members. As with officer involved shootings, the most stressful part of a self defense shooting involves the investigative process to determine if any legal or administrative actions will be taken. Because of this, it is imperative to make sure that our members have similar service benefits, such as immediate attorney support, immediate peer support and a qualified attorney assigned as soon as possible.
In the next video, we will discuss the various physiological effects that people experience during high critical stress incidents, and why that is important to you if you are involved in a self defense shooting. We will also hear from our panel advisor, Dr. Alexis Artwohl, as she talks about some of the effects.
Stay tuned, and if you have any comments, be sure to do so below, or on our social media page on Facebook or YouTube. Be safe and enjoy!