Every MILO simulation solution ships with over 900 immersive role-playing scenarios. Roughly 20 percent of the standard MILO scenarios focus on active shooter response. That’s hundreds of unique immersive scenarios with branching decision trees. Scenarios have a range of settings (schools, houses of worship, retail locations, outdoor events, etc.) and diverse actors (various ages, cultural backgrounds, and so on). This allows your trainees to build skills ranging from situational awareness and target recognition to forming a rapid deployment team, coordinating with various agencies on the scene, and more.
In addition to existing scenarios, MILO instructors are trained to film and edit their own scenarios at potential high-risk locations in their own communities. They can then involve community leaders in recognizable local scenarios and coordinate potential responses together. MILO Virtual simulators are fully customizable so that first responders can safely participate in iterative and localized training to hone their instincts and skills to ensure the best possible outcomes.
With simulation-based training, you can prepare for the complexity of large events with many potential victims while avoiding the logistical challenges of live training in a stadium, shopping mall, or similar locale. In addition, your officers will have the opportunity to practice in these high-pressure, high-population, and high-danger situations in simulation and become adept at maintaining situational awareness and applying appropriate interventions as early as possible to contain the situation and control the chaos quickly.