Complacency Kills #3603

Complacency Kills  #3603
  •  June 7, 2023
     8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Complacency is perhaps the most deadly trait in public safety. There is no such thing as a “routine” call for service. No two situations, shifts, or months are ever the same. Yet, over time handling numerous critical emergencies allows public safety personnel to fall into a false sense of security in the processing of less urgent situations. During this interactive workshop, attendees take a deep dive into various liability concepts where complacency has been a factor. This workshop will extensively use case studies to illustrate where complacency has affected the various public safety disciplines.

Define and describe complacency.
Define various terms related to liability.
List and describe five types of negligence.
Explain the concept of risk management.

Class taught by Tracy Ertl with HeroLight.  TCOLE credit will be reported by CTCOG.


Venue Phone: 254-770-2200

Venue Website:

2180 North Main Street, Belton, Texas, 76513

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