22 March 2017
13:00 – 14:00
What are CPE credits?
Every organization and community is vulnerable to violence, regardless of size or type. The active shooter threat is a dynamic, multifaceted problem that requires a multidimensional approach to prevention, response and recovery. Case studies have indicated that shooters often begin planning and preparing for an attack weeks, months and sometimes years ahead. The consequences for individuals, families, communities and organizations can last for decades.
Join Steven M. Crimando for this expert webinar, “Comprehensive Active Shooter Incident Management” as he discusses the importance of mitigating the active shooter threat by understanding the dynamics of the event, planning for the full-cycle of the event and preparing those at risk with the necessary information and skills.
Participants will be able to:
Identify elements in the scope and prevalence of an active shooter threat.
Describe how the four phase model of emergency management (mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery) can be applied as a comprehensive approach to managing the active shooter threat.
Describe critical differences in the warning signs of workplace violence vs. warning behaviors associated with mass shootings.