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Event Description
This session of the course can be taken in person at Eaton County Central Dispatch or in our virtual classroom featuring live instruction and interaction with the instructor and students in the traditional classroom.

This four-hour course is designed to provide information regarding the proliferation of swatting and the impact on dispatch, law enforcement and our community as a whole. It will give an overview of the history of SWAT, the origins of Swatting, as well as how and by whom Swatting is executed. With a review of some case studies and the FBI Swatting Database, the course will examine best practices for dispatch centers to respond to these types of calls to provide a proper response to the communities and agencies we serve.  Upon completion of the course, attendees will be able to:
  • Define Swatting and discuss what is meant by the term
  • Learn about the history of SWAT
  • Explore the origins of Swatting
  • List the types and techniques of executing Swatting calls
  • Discuss the landscape of laws in response to Swatting calls
  • Understand what the FBI Swatting Database is and its uses
  • Review Swatting Case Studies
  • Identify best practices for dispatch response to Swatting

    This session of "Swatting" is being offered in our virtual classroom featuring live instruction and interaction. 
    The cost is $150 per person; SNC Approved (MNA 2024-4316). The class will run from 1 pm to 5 pm
Eaton County 911 or Virtual Classroom
911 Courthouse Drive
Charlotte, MI 48813

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