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See a listing of our most recent blog posts below.

Yavapai Community College TECC Course Synopsis

October 6th & 8th Yavapai Community College hosted a National Association of Emergency Medical Technician (NAEMT) Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) Course. Sponsored by Integrated Community Solutions to Active Violence Events (ICSAVE), the course brought together over 20 active public safety professionals from throughout Yavapai County. The 16-hour course covered topics designed to decrease preventable

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2020 Defending the Flock Conference a Success!

ICSAVE was honored to again be a part of an incredible day of learning focused on the safety and security of our faith-based organizations. Over 50 participants came together at Christ Community Church to discuss various ways to better prepare and protect our flocks. Hosted by the Arizona Church Security Network, numerous experienced security team

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Presidio School I LIVED Active Violence Response Course

Since 2013, there have been over 434 school shootings in America – an average of nearly one per week.  On Monday, July 27th, 53 Presidio school educators, administrators and support personnel received the knowledge, skills and abilities to better survive an active violence event. Conducted by Integrated Community Solutions to Active Violence Events (ICSAVE) and

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Western Arizona Law Enforcement Recruits Our Newest Community Lifesavers!

Mohave County residents now have 20 more trained and certified immediate responders among our ranks! On Tuesday, April 28th, these dedicated Western Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy recruits completed the necessary educational requirements to obtain American College of Surgeon’s Bleeding Control Certification. Law enforcement professionals need basic training in Bleeding Control principles so they can

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