This document will contain the beginnings of the notes and references for the Securing and Disabling Weapons Practical, one of the tactical training courses required for all Auxiliary volunteers. The objectives for the course are defined as: "Securing and Disabling Weapons Practical
We operate in a community with some number of Latinos (3.39% of the population from the 2000 census), some of whom have little or no English skills. Spanish proficiency can therefore be a highly useful skill in emergency or disaster response. Spanish For First Responders is a handy resource with vocabulary (such as anatomy terms), phrase lists (consent, mentation, examination), and scenarios for first aid/medical response.