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#1 H. LeBlanc

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 03:32 AM

Below is a list of various information pertaining to the SCSD ESS unit.  For unit images, refer to the Current List of Sheriff Special Operations units in the Reference Area.  An outline is posted below.

 

  1. ESS Uniforms (Currently Under Construction)
  2. ESS Weapons (Current as of 8/3/17)
  3. Tactical Formations (Current as of 8/3/17)
  4. ESS REP layouts (Current as of 8/3/17)
  5. Bearcat layout (Current as of 8/3/17)
  6. ESS Heavy Rescue Layout (Under Construction)

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 03:32 AM

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#3 D. Johnson

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 03:33 AM

ESS Weapons- Current as of 8/3/17

 

M416 Assault rifle: 11” barrel with Magpul M3 30 round magazine

Eotech XPS3-0 Holographic Weapon Sights with Eotech G33 Magnifiers, L3/ Insight ATPIAL (AN/PEQ-15) with pressure switch mounted to the vertical grip , Surefire M622V Scout Light IR/White LED Weaponlight with Surefire Remote Dual Switch for Weapon Light (constant on/momentary on), Knights Armament Picatinny Vertical Grip, and Surefire WARCOMP Flash Hider with Surefire Socom556-RC2 Suppressor Quick Detach  

 

M416 Assault rifle thermal imaging variant: 11” barrel with Magpul M3 30 round magazine

FLIR RS32 ThermoSight with 19mm objective, L3/ Insight ATPIAL (AN/PEQ-15) with pressure switch mounted to the vertical grip, Surefire M622V Scout Light IR/White LED Weaponlight with Surefire Remote Dual Switch for Weapon Light (constant on/momentary on), Knights Armament Picatinny Vertical Grip, and Surefire WARCOMP Flash Hider with Surefire Socom556-RC2 Suppressor Quick Detach  

 

Remington MSR (700 modified): 300 Win Mag

Leupold ER/T 4.5-14x50mm Front Focal TMR Reticle Riflescope with Vortex Optics Precision Matched Rings, Harris S-BRM Bipod with LaRue Tactical Harris Bipod Adapter LT130 with VFZ mount, L-3 CNVD-LR, L3/ Insight ATPIAL (AN/PEQ-15),Surefire SFMB-762 Muzzle Brake with Surefire SOCOM762-RC2, Accu-shot Rail Mount Monopods, Silencerco Radius Rail-mounted Rangefinder

 

MP5 with 3 position collapsible stock:

Slim line handguard with HKey mounting slots with HKey Picatinny rail, Mounting rail with STANAG 4694 profile, Surefire SF RYDER 9-MP5, Eotech XPS3-0, Surefire M622V Scout Light IR/White LED Weaponlight with Surefire Remote Dual Switch for Weapon Light (constant on/momentary on), Steiner CQBL-1 Close Quarters Battle Laser (visible/IR laser), Knights Armament Picatinny Vertical Grip

 

Remington R870 lethal: 12 Gauge 14” barrel 7 shot

Blackhawk Knoxx SpecOps Gen II NRS Buttstock, Surefire Ultra-High Two-Output-Mode LED WeaponLight for Remington 870

 

Mossberg 590A1 Tactical Tri-Rail shotgun non lethal (Stock and pump Neon Green): 12 Gauge  20” barrel 9 shot

Surefire Ultra-High Two-Output-Mode LED WeaponLight for Mossberg 590


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#4 H. LeBlanc

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 03:56 AM

​ESS Tactical Formations SOG- Current as of 8/3/17

This SOG serves as a guide for the responsibilities of each position in the “stack” for a tactical operation.  It should be noted that this is only an SOG and not an SOP, and therefore these are only suggestions and not requirements.


Standard 4 Man Column Formation

*Note: This formation can also be implemented when the fifth member of the team is acting as a marksman.


#1 Man (Pointman)

Responsibilities: First man through the door.  When breaching, take the left side of the room.

Equipment:

  • Ballistic Shield

Weapon:

  • Handgun

#2 Man (Team Lead)

Responsibilities:  Pretty self explanatory.  When breaching, immediately take the right side of the room.

Equipment:

  • Bolt Cutters

Weapon:

  • M416

  • Less Lethal Shotgun

#3 Man (Team Medic)

Responsibilities:  First responsibility is to the tactical situation and not to medical.  Medical operations are only done once the room with the victim and the surrounding rooms are clear and secured.  When breaching, hold the front left quadrant, behind the #1 man.

Equipment:

  • GSW Trauma Kit

Weapon:

  • M416

#4 Man (Rear Security/Breacher)

Responsibilities:  Also self explanatory.  The first responsibility is to keep the team secured from the rear, but when the team encounters an obstacle, it is his job to overcome the obstacle.

Equipment:

  • Battering Ram

  • Probar

Weapon:

  • M416

  • Lethal/Breaching Shotgun


Line

*Note: This formation is largely the same as the column formation, with each of the team members lined up abreast of each other.  The #1 man is lined up on the left side of the formation, with the #2 man on his or her left.  The #3 man is lined up to the left of the #2 man and to the right of the #4 man.  Equipment is the same as above.


Standard Wedge Formation

*Note: This formation is deployed when covering a large, open, outdoor area.  It consists of one team member leading the formation, with one team member on one side and the other two team members on the other side.  A picture is shown below.

**Note: This formation can also be deployed with a fifth team member acting as a marksman.

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#1 Man (Team Lead)

Responsibilities:  Pretty self explanatory.  Cover the front of the formation.  If the unit should break into two elements, this operator works with the #2 man.

Equipment:

  • M32

Weapon:

  • M416

#2 Man (Single Man/Team Medic)

Responsibilities:  First responsibility is to the tactical situation and not to medical.  Medical operations are only done once the room with the victim and the surrounding rooms are clear and secured.  If the unit should break into two elements, this operator works with the #1 man.

Equipment:

  • GSW Trauma Kit

Weapon:

  • MP5

#3 Man (Element Lead/Breacher)

Responsibilities:  Again, obvious.  Watch the front side of the formation and breach any obstacles encountered by the team.  If the unit should break into two elements, this operator works with the #4 man.

Equipment:

  • Battering Ram

  • Probar

Weapon:

  • MP5

  • Breaching Shotgun

#4 Man (Right Security)

Responsibilities: Cover the front side of the formation, with special attention paid to the right flank.  If the unit should break into two elements, this operator works with the #3 man.

Equipment:

  • Bolt Cutters

Weapon:

  • M416

  • Less Lethal Shotgun


Standard Vee Formation

*Note: This formation consists of a pointman and two members on either side of the pointman.  See the arrowhead formation in the image below.

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#1 Man (Team Lead)

Responsibilities:  Pretty self explanatory.

Equipment:

  • M32

Weapon:

  • M416

  • Less Lethal Shotgun

#2 Man (Right Security/Team Medic)

Responsibilities:  First responsibility is to the tactical situation and not to medical.  Medical operations are only done once the room with the victim and the surrounding rooms are clear and secured.

Equipment:

  • GSW Trauma Kit

Weapon:

  • M416

#3 Man (Left Security/Breacher)

Responsibilities:  Pretty Self Explanatory.

Equipment:

  • Battering Ram

  • Probar

  • Bolt Cutters

Weapon:

  • MP5

  • Breaching Shotgun


Standard Tee Formation

*Note: This formation consists of three forward facing officers and one member facing the rear.  Between the two set of officers can be victims, or stretchers, depending on the situation.  See image below

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**Note: This formation must be deployed with three or more officers.  This formation is often used once victims have been recovered inside of an active shooter situation.  The equipment and weapons listed here are only for if this formation was the initial plan, not if the team shifted into this position after rescuing victims.


#1 Man (Team Lead)

Responsibilities:  Pretty self explanatory.

Equipment:

  • Bolt Cutters

Weapon:

  • M416

  • Less Lethal Shotgun

#2 Man (Single Man/Team Medic)

Responsibilities:  First responsibility is to the tactical situation and not to medical.  Medical operations are only done once the room with the victim and the surrounding rooms are clear and secured.

Equipment:

  • GSW Trauma Kit

Weapon:

  • M416

#3 Man (Rear Security/Breacher)

Responsibilities:  Pretty Self Explanatory.

Equipment:

  • Battering Ram

  • Probar

Weapon:

  • MP5

  • Breaching Shotgun


Standard Diamond Formation

*Note: This formation consists of one forward facing officer, two officers on the sides and one officer at the rear. This formation is for asset protection.


#1 Man (Team Lead)

Responsibilities:  Pretty self explanatory.

Equipment:

  • M32

Weapon:

  • M416

#2 Man (Left Side Security/Team Medic)

Responsibilities: Cover the left side of the formation and if need be engage targets to the front, side and rear

Equipment:

  • GSW Trauma Kit

Weapon:

  • M416

#3 Man (Right side security)

Responsibilities:  Cover the right side of the formation and if need be engage targets to the front, side and rear

Equipment:

  • Battering Ram

  • Probar

Weapon:

  • MP5

  • Breaching Shotgun

#4 Man (Rear Security/”Swingman”)

Responsibilities: Cover the team from the rear of the formation and to either side of the formation.

Equipment:

  • Bolt Cutters

Weapon:

  • M416

  • Less Lethal Shotgun


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#5 H. LeBlanc

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 04:02 AM

ESS REP (111 and 112) Layouts (Current as of 8/3/17)

2015 Ford F-350/Odyssey Special Service Vehicles

Top speed 85 MPH

Federal Signal Smart Siren SM

PA3000 Siren

Dual Air Horns

Public Address System

Full LED lighting Package  


Truck Components:

  • Ballistic armor plating in all cab doors

  • Reinforced bumper with rope tie off points

  • 1 3 in. x 30 ft. 20000 lb working load 30000 lb capacity Tow Strap Smittybilt CC330

  • 1 10,000 lb electric winch

 

Starting from the driver side front and working to the front passenger side


Cab

  • ToughBook Mount

  • County Maps

  • 2016 ERG

  • Elevator Keys

  • Auto Rescue Kit (Seat Belt Cutter, Glass Punch, Shove Knife, Trunk Key)

  • Slim Jim

  • 2 pairs HexArmor EXT Rescue Barrier 4014 Gloves

  • 2 Box Lights with Chargers

  • 2 Radio Bags

  • Binoculars

  • Radio Chargers

Compartment 1 (Behind driver)- PPE Equipment and Water Rescue

  • 2 SCBA harnesses with 45 min MSA SCBA Bottles

  • 2 spare 45 min MSA SCBA bottles

  • 2 MSA 2216 SCBA bottles

  • 2 TECGEN Xtreme Bunker Coats

  • 4 Box lights

  • 2 Blue Team Wendy EXFIL SAR Tactical Helmets

  • 4 Black Ops-Core FAST XP High Cut Helmets

  • 4 Black 5.11 Tactec Plate Carriers with side panels

  • 2 Ballistic Shields

  • 2 Dry Suits

  • 4 Personal Flotation Devices

  • Litter floats

  • Rope Bags

  • 1 Chain, 3/8 X 20 Ft., Grade 70 Transport Chain-w/Clevis Hooks

  • 4 Rappelling harnesses (2 rescue harnesses and 2 window washer harnesses)

  • 2 EVAC packs (150ft x 1/2in low stretch kernmantle rope, 5 carabiners, 1 rescue 8, brake bar rack, 2 rigging plates, 2 1” single sheave prussik minding pulleys, 2 MPD)

  • x6 Struts

  • x2 Pulleys


Compartment 2 (Above Driver side wheel)- Weapon Locker, kept locked at all times

  • 2 M416 Carbines

  • 1 Remington R870 Shotgun

  • 1 Mossberg 590A1 Less Lethal Shotgun painted green

  • Ammunition cans

  • Ammunition loaded into Magazines


Compartment 3- (Rear Driver Compartment) Tool Compartment

  • Through the lock kit (3 lb maul, S&D Rex tool)

  • Set of Irons (Maxximus Rex ProBar with 8 wedge and Iron Fox Ax)

  • Heavy Irons (8 lb Sledge Hammer, 36” Halligan Tool with 8 wedge)

  • Mini Probar with lock pulling adz

  • The PIG Forcible entry tool

  • 30 lb Battering Ram

  • Newark 44 Hook

  • Duckbill Padlock pulling tool

  • Keyless Garage Door Entry Tool

  • Rabbit tool

  • 30 lb Battering Ram

  • 2 24” Fiberglass Bolt Cutters

  • Tool Bag

  • DeWalt Drill with bit kit

  • Crow bar

  • 1 Salvage Cover

  • 5 gallon bucket of Stay Dry


Compartment 4- (Rear Truck Roll out compartment) Heavy Rescue Tool Compartment

  • 5,000 PSI hydraulic generator

  • HURST Tools

    • JL-500 Cutter

    • ML-28 Defenders

    • JL-30C Ram

    • JL-20C Ram

  • HURST Law Enforcement Strong Arm

  • Husqvarna K12 Rotary Saw with diamond tipped saw blade

  • STIHL MS 461 R Rescue Chainsaw

  • 1 Ryobi battery powered chainsaw, 16 in bar

  • 2 spare Ryobi batteries

  • 2 Ryobi battery chargers

  • DeWalt SawZall

  • Glass Removal Equipment

  • 4 Air Bags with air hoses and regulator

  • Air Compressor

  • Air Chisel

  • Air Gun

  • Air Saw

  • Generator

  • Hand saw

  • Carry basket

  • Cribbing/Shoring equipment (various sizes and amounts)


Compartment 5 (Rear Passenger Side)- Police Support Compartment

  • x4 Probe Poles

  • x3 Throw bags

  • 8 reflective triangles

  • 4 Caution “Police Line Do Not Cross” Barrier tape, 500 ft

  • 1 Big Easy lockout kit (Slim Jim)

  • Evidence Collection Kit

    • 25 Plastic Quart size bags

    • 15 yellow evidence flags

    • 15 orange evidence flags

    • 15 plastic yellow evidence cones

    • 2 Sharpie Markers

    • 1 50 ft roll masking tape

    • 25 white fingerprint pads

    • 25 black fingerprint pads

    • 2 white fingerprint powder brushes

    • 2 black fingerprint powder brushes

    • 1 white fingerprint powder case

    • 1 black fingerprint powder case

    • 15 fingerprint cards

    • 10 q-tips

    • 3 Gunpowder residue tests

    • 250 Measuring wheel

    • Chalk wheel

    • 200 ft Caution “Crime Scene Do Not Enter” Caution tape

    • 25 ft tape measure

    • 1 Yellow Streamlight Polytac Flashlight

    • 10 Test tubes, varying sizes

    • 10 eyedropper pipettes

    • Blood type identifying proteins

    • 1 pint distilled water

    • Nikon 1 J5 Camera

    • Spare Nikon battery

    • 5.11 Station Grip Gloves

    • Notebook, 2 pens, 2 pencils

    • 2 Newspapers

  • Catch Pole

  • Net

  • EDP bar

  • 4 Riot Helmets

  • 5 Boxes of zip cuffs

  • 6 Gas masks

  • 4 Riot Shields

  • 5 Straight batons


Compartment 6 (Above Passenger Wheel)-

  • 1 20lb ABC extinguisher

  • 1 CO2 fire extinguisher

  • 1 5 gallon water can

  • 4 Spare Husqvarna K-12 Blades (Diamond, Concrete, Wood, and Asphalt)

  • 1 5 gallon can of premixed 2-cycle gas

  • 1 5 gallon jerry can of regular gas

Compartment 7 (Front Passenger Side)- Medical Equipment locker, kept locked at all times

  • LifePak 15

  • Drug bag

  • Reeves SKED stretcher

  • Stair chair

  • C-spine Bag

  • Scoop Stretcher

  • ALS bag

  • BLS Bag

  • Airway bag

  • Suction kit

  • 02 Bag

  • Spare 02 cylinders


Roof


  • Werner 12 ft Fiberglass A-Frame ladder

  • Alco-Lite 14’3” Roof ladder

  • Werner 24 ft Aluminium Extension Ladder

  • 4 shovels

  • Stokes Basket

  • 6’ NY Roof Hook

  • 1 6ft Colorado Hook

  • Floodlights


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#6 H. LeBlanc

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 04:10 AM

ESS Bearcat Layout- Current as of 8/3/17

Lenco Bearcat G3

Top speed 75 MPH

Federal Signal Smart Siren SM

PA 3000 Siren

Public Address System

Full LED lighting Package  

Front Bumper

  • 1 20,000 lb Recovery Winch

  • 4 3 in. x 30 ft. 20000 lb working load 30000 lb capacity Tow Straps Smittybilt CC330 with catch pole

Cab

  • ToughBook

  • 10 MSA Millennium CBRN Gas Mask with Riot control canister and Voice Amplifier

  • 1 FLIR T75 Advanced Combat Thermal Sight - Long Range Clip-On Thermal Scope

  • 1 Leupold RX-1200i TBR/W with DNA Laser Rangefinder

Tactical Gear

  • 30 lb Battering Ram

  • Breaching charges

  • Heavy Irons (8 lb Sledge Hammer, 36” Maxximus Rex ProBar with 8 wedge)

  • 2 Black Ops-Core FAST XP High Cut Helmets

  • 2 Black 5.11 Tactec Plate Carriers with side panels

  • 2 M32 Gas and Flash Grenade launcher

  • 2 Mossberg 590A1 non lethal shotguns painted green

  • 4 M416 Carbines

  • 4 MP 5 submachine guns

  • 2 Remington R870 shotguns

  • 2 Remington MSRs

  • 4 Ballistic Shields with wheel trolleys

  • Preloaded Magazines

  • Ammunition Cans

Rope Gear

  • 2 100ft x 1/2in low stretch kernmantle rope, 9000 lb. tensile strength (in rope bags)

  • 4 CMC Rescue Response Harness

  • 12 carabiners with locking gate

  • 2 brake bar rack.

  • 2 rescue 8’s

  • 2 CMC rescue MPD (Multi-Purpose Device)

  • 4 25 ft x 1/2 in., body cord, kernmantle

  • 4 25 ft x 2 in. tubular webbing

  • 3 5 ft x 1 in. tubular webbing  - green

  • 3 12 ft x 1 in. tubular webbing - yellow

  • 3 15 ft x 1 in. tubular webbing - blue

  • 3 20 ft x 1 in. tubular webbing - red

  • 3 25 ft x 1 in. tubular webbing - black

Medical Gear

  • Reeves SKED stretcher

  • Trauma kit

  • Gunshot wound kit


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#7 D. Johnson

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 04:11 AM

ESS Heavy Rescue Placeholder.


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Posted 03 August 2017 - 07:08 PM

We need to move this to training. Please consult me before adding non room topics to the police station

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