Response to the Non-Criminal Barricade®

A One-Time, Live Webinar of our Most Popular Course

Wednesday, April 29 • 10:00am – 1:00pm PT

Featuring Savage Training Group Founder Scott Savage

Hosted by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office


Due to the COVID-19 crisis, for one day only, we will be presenting a consolidated version of this course for you in a convenient and safe live webinar. Instructor Scott Savage will present you with the core concepts of this course that are normally only available to students in our live 8-hour course. Attendance is restricted to law enforcement and public safety agency affiliated personnel.

This webinar will present the core concepts from our 8-hour course. This webinar is not POST-certified, but should your agency require a POST-certified webinar, we’d be happy to discuss executing that for you. Contact us to get the ball rolling.

This is a one-time webinar that is limited to the first 100 students who register and spaces will fill fast, so don’t delay. Attendance is restricted to law enforcement and public safety agency affiliated personnel. Please register with a governmental email address to assist us in verifying your employment.

Your Host:

Scott Savage

Your instructor, Scott Savage, is a recognized expert in the response to non-criminal barricades. Scott is an experienced law enforcement officer who has not only commanded these types of incidents in the field, but also trains officers all over California and beyond on how to do the same. His study of the subject has included gathering best practices from agencies both in and outside of California. Scott is a dynamic speaker who is passionate about bringing this important information to the law enforcement community. Learn more about Scott here.

In this webinar, you will learn what progressive agencies are doing, understand when liability attaches, see the most current “industry-standard” tactics and watch the videos of actual non-criminal barricade incidents.

Stay up-to-date and sharpen your skills during the pandemic with this popular and essential law enforcement topic.