The program clearly outlines the priorities of responding personnel and forces the acceptance of the reality that officer safety (which would include firemen, etc) is FOURTH on the list of FIVE priorities. Neutralization of the perpetrator(s) is the first priority - as it should be.
As the program moves through the event timeline other planning and tactic options are discussed. Things such as a Facility Incident Management Team, Lone officer scenarios, Command Posts, command and control flow, and more are discussed. Specific tactics for approach, entry, movement, priority of concerns and engagement are all covered. The benefit of having video showing what is being said assists the training program in being clearer in its instruction. A picture is worth a thousand words takes on new meaning when a "picture" is really a video clip.
Post incident responsibilities and actions are also outlined and discussed. Perimeter, personnel, media and other management concerns are also discussed and common best-practices recommendations made. Controlling, processing and "working" the crime scene are an important part of this program. Emphasis is placed on the need for such to be completed in a non-political manner: that is to say, with a dedication to solving the crime rather than putting a spin on it or shielding any person or entity from blame. The purpose of the investigation is not to place blame. It's to insure that all of the bad guys are either neutralized or arrested and that the evidence collected matches the statements given by victims, witnesses and all responders.
The program is available on the Emergency Film Group website. The price is listed at $425 and although that may seem a lot to some, when you consider that a single DVD can be used to train your entire agency, the cost becomes very reasonable on a per-officer-trained basis.