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Before the Shots: Preparing for an Active Killer Incident

Join us for a FREE 1-Hour Webcast on January 26th, to learn key steps institutions should consider when preparing for an active killer incident.


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January 26, 2017 · 2:00 PM EST
Moderated by Zach Winn,Web Editor, Campus Safety Magazine; Guest Speaker: Stephen Lopez, Chief of Police, New Mexico State University Police Department

While many institutions have been preparing for active shooter incidents for close to a decade, there is continual change in the threat environment as attackers learn from past incidents and from violent extremist materials.  In addition, there is constant movement of personnel in an out of institutions, resulting in the need to continually re-evaluate preparation and update plans and efforts.

This webinar will cover some of the key steps institutions should consider when preparing for an active killer incident.  This includes moving beyond the perception that the threat is solely from firearms, and will include a brief discussion on the evolving active killer threat.

In addition, the webinar will discuss networking with other entities/agencies, creating training plans, use of force-on-force training for security staff, medical training for bystanders and responders, and planning for the aftermath.

At the conclusion of the webinar, participants will be able to:
·    Identify common primary and secondary hazards related to active killer events
·    Integrate active killer incidents to an All-Hazards plan
·    Prepare staff to respond to active killer incidents
·    Put into place an exercise and evaluation system to test and improve the plan

Join us for an information-packed hour to help you meet the safety needs of your institution!

Register Today!