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Active shooter preparedness: Putting it all together

In the past year or so, we’ve partnered with Steven Crimando on a series of active shooter preparedness webinars, ranging from mitigation and preparedness to response and recovery. Next week, we will be putting it all together into one informative event, “The Lifecycle of an Active Shooter Incident.” In this webinar, Crimando will touch on all aspects of an active shooter incident and what your organization needs to know to be best prepared. When? June 22nd @ 1:00 PM Eastern Who? Steven M. Crimando, Principal, Behavioral Science Applications Webinar Description: Emergency management, security and other professionals concerned with the evolving active shooter threat can best prepare their organizations by understanding the complete lifecycle of active shooter incidents and aligning critical risk indicators with the traditional phases of emergency management. There are important action steps in mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery that can help leaders and decision-makers anticipate the phase-specific challenges in detecting, deterring, respond to and recovering from shoot incident and other forms of violence directed at their organizations and personnel. This one-hour webinar introduces the most current thinking in early threat recognition, workforce training and effective intervention before, during and after an active shooter incident. Topics addressed include:

  • Updated on evolving active shooter incident characteristics and dynamics
  • Adapting the standard model of workplace violence in today’s threat environment
  • Phase-specific tasks for leaders in mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery
  • Expanding role of bystander intervention
  • Developing systems and resources to span the entire event lifecycle
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