Violence and Active Shooter Response Protocols
This course is designed for faith based organizations, their administration, staff, faculty, volunteers and members, with responsibilities for Emergency Preparedness and Response to address the threat of an active shooter and other violent critical incidents that can occur on church properties and campuses. It is a fact that the actions of staff and members during a critical incident will save more lives than emergency first responders. Statistically, once a shooting starts a life is taken every 15 seconds. It is imperative that staff and members act quickly to implement a response to violence that can safegaurd themselves and their congregation.
During this course, attendees receive presentations on the history and dynamics of active shooter and faith based violence in the United States; Awareness - Preparation & Response tactics for church staff, volunteers and members; Behaviors of Concern, Reporting Strategies and Threat Assessment/Management Best Practices; defensive space mindset and the law enforcement response.
Danville, CA: August 27, 2019
Multiple Attendee Rate Requires Same Time Registration
|Place:||Oak Hill Park Community Center|
3005 Stone Valley Road
Danville, CA 94526
|Host Agency:||Danville Police Department|
2 or more registered at the same time: $39.00