Free of Charge


All law enforcement personnel and communication operators. You must have a law enforcement I.D. to view this presentation.


On August 13, 2012, Constable Brian Bachmann of Brazos County was killed while serving an eviction notice in College Station, Texas. Additional gunshots left one civilian dead, another gravely wounded, an officer severely injured, and held police at bay for 30 minutes. Using in-car video, 911 calls, audio recordings, witness statements, investigation photos and computer animation, this presentation gives a first-hand account of the horrific events from that day.

College Station Police Department investigators will provide in-depth analysis and share lessons they learned in the areas of communications, first responders, active shooter training and ICS. See the course flyer.


Arlington Police Training Academy
6000 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013-2842


Thursday, June 20, 2013
Session 1: 0900-1130 OR
Session 2: 1300-1530

Friday, June 21, 2013
Session 3: 0900-1130 OR
Session 4: 1300-1530


Inv. Travis Lacox & Inv. Andy Murph, College Station Police Department


Early enrollment for this course is encouraged as the course is free of charge and space is limited to 50 students per session. Each session features the same presentation. Please register for ONE session only.
For APD personnel, register online via the Training Registration System

Contact for Registration, Training Facilities, and Local area:
Arlington Police In-service Training Sergeant, Sgt. Kris Caldwell
Tel: (817) 299-2896 or e-mail:

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