American Military UniversityComplimentary Visor Cards

Law enforcement personnel encounter an overload of challenges every day. They must think and react quickly. The right decision is one where all return home safely.

Visor Cards

American Military University’s Visor Cards for Public Safety Personnel provide a great reference* to help officers make the right decision. These visor cards address: Officer Safety, Patrol Response to Critical Incidents, Meth Lab Approach and Management, Officer Stress Management, WMD Response and more. The 4-in. x 6-in. laminated cards can be tucked behind a cruiser’s sun visor or carried in a pocket for quick reference.

*The information provided herein is intended as a guideline only. The appropriate local and national law enforcement regulations should also be consulted.

First choose which complimentary visor cards you want

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  • Laser Assault Awareness card

    Laser Assault Awareness

    Learn how to react when lasers pose a threat to responding personnel by disrupting or degrading human vision. They can interrupt a tactical response by startling, distracting, or causing a diversion and can also disable surveillance cameras, inhibit facial recognition systems, and interfere with drone operations.

  • So-Called Sovereign Citizens card

    So-Called Sovereign Citizens

    Review engagement strategies with the “sovereign citizen” movement, is a loosely organized collection of groups and individuals who have adopted a right-wing anarchist ideology. Its adherents believe that virtually all existing government in the United States is illegitimate and they seek to “restore” an idealized, minimalist government that never actually existed.

  • Signs & Symptoms Of Elder Abuse card

    Signs & Symptoms Of Elder Abuse

    Signs and Symptoms of Elder Abuse tips to assist law enforcement personnel who must respond to a call for or who encounter an elderly person who may have been abused. The card provides guidance on a series of topics ranging from interview tips to the proper way to screen an older adult for abuse.

  • The Role Of First Responders - Fire Investigation card

    The Role Of First Responders - Fire Investigation

    Tips for fire scene responders about documenting weather, vehicles, fire and structural conditions, preserving property and evidence and establishing safety and hazard zones.

  • IED Countermeasures card

    IED Countermeasures

    Strategic tips to assist law enforcement personnel who must respond to a call for or who encounter an improvised explosive device. The card provides guidance on a series of countermeasures to consider that include notification, initial response planning, arrival on scene and more.

  • Methamphetamine Lab Advisory card

    Methamphetamine Lab Advisory

    Strategic tips for law enforcement personnel who respond to the scene of a suspected Meth Lab. The card provides guidance on potential harm from Meth Labs, commonly used chemicals and their sources and first response tips.

  • Patrol Response To Critical Incidents card

    Patrol Response To Critical Incidents

    Strategic tips to assist law enforcement personnel when responding to a critical incident situation. The card suggests strategies and tips for negotiating with a hostage/barricaded gunman and identifies the seven steps to negotiating.

  • Officer Safety Checklist card

    Officer Safety Checklist

    Strategic tips to help law enforcement personnel stay safe. The card is designed as a refresher for the basic street survival training that most personnel receive during Basic Academy Training.

  • Officer Stress Management card

    Officer Stress Management

    Strategic tips to help law enforcement personnel deal with stress on the job. The card identifies common causes and symptoms of officer stress and offers tips for stress reduction.

  • Establishing Command card

    Establishing Command

    Tips for understanding establishing command (both single and unified command), as well as the incident commander responsibilities. The card also covers when and how to transfer command.

  • Incident Action Plan card

    Incident Action Plan

    Covers establishing incident objectives and initial scene size-up, as well as the standard response goals and tactical priorities.

  • Managing The Incident Response card

    Managing The Incident Response

    Tips on organizing the incident site and manage resources. The card also reviews how to develop appropriate organization, the incident action plan, and managing additional facilities.

  • Recognizing Human Trafficking Victims card

    Recognizing Human Trafficking Victims

    Strategic tips for helping public safety personnel Recognizing Human Trafficking Victims, from both sec and labor trafficking. The card also provides questions to ask when human trafficking is suspected.

  • Evaluating Intel Tools and Data card

    Evaluating Intel Tools and Data

    Evaluating Intelligence Tools provides a checklist for law enforcement to use when evaluating the benefits of existing and potential tools. Offers guidelines when assessing compatibility with existing intelligence gathering techniques.

  • Threat Profiling card

    Threat Profiling

    Threat Profiling helps when organizing information concerning different threat groups which allows for more efficient analysis of information.

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