GRHRA Event March 15, 2016 - How to Survive an Active Shooter Incident
What: How to Survive an Active Shooter Incident
Date: Tuesday March 15, 2016
Location: Rogalski Center, St. Ambrose University
(RSVP by end of day March 8th to avoid late charge) | $30 for GUESTS
Times: Doors open at 11:00 AM | Meal served at 11:20 | Business Meeting | Presentation at 12:00
Is your workplace prepared to respond to an active shooter situation? Do you know what to expect or how to cope in these situations? Have you trained your employees with best-practice skills and response methods?
Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. A study conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation found that the largest percentage of these incidents between 2000 and 2013 have occurred in businesses. Quite often these situations are over within 10-15 minutes before law enforcement can arrive on scene. Your human resources department along with facility managers and safety teams can plan and train for these emergency situations.
Thank you to our March meeting sponsor, Eastern Iowa Community College,
celebrating 50 years of education!
Troy McClimon has 24 years of law enforcement experience and training, and has held positions as Training Coordinator for Scott County Sheriff’s Office, Field Training Supervisor for Scott Count Sheriff’s Office, Patrol Supervisor, Quad City Metropolitan Drug Enforcement Supervisor, and Law Enforcement Training Coordinator for Eastern Iowa Community College. Additional instructors joining Troy include: Robert Aye and Ron Waline, both of whom have 30 years Law Enforcement experience and training.