In today’s world, we know that bad things can and do occur anywhere despite precautions taken. They can occur at airports, schools, colleges/universities, night clubs and shopping malls – in our country or abroad. One of the most publicized incidents involves an active shooter incident. An active shooter’s intent is to kill as many innocent people as possible. In 2015, there was only 1-week that a mass shooting (4 or more persons) did not occur.
Do you know How to Respond when an active shooter is in your vicinity? How to Respond when Law Enforcement Arrives on the Scene? Information you should provide to Law Enforcement or 911 Operator? Or How to Recognize signs of potential workplace violence?
How you respond in these cases can be the difference in whether you survive – or not.
Make plans to attend the “Surviving an Active Shooter Event” hosted by the Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Health & Public Safety Committee on Saturday January 21, 2017 at the Flyaway – 7610 Woodley Ave, Lake Balboa. Meeting starts at 10 A.M. Free parking in spaces in front of the building.
The meeting is open to all residents, community members and businesses and will feature a discussion and presentation by Dan Tomlinson, retired Policeman and Hostage Negotiator. Free information will also be available for all meeting attendees.
The LBNC Health & Public Safety committee is pleased to present this important meeting, (with more to be announced) as a service to train and better prepare our communities for the unthinkable.
Questions? Contact: James Brown, chairman – LBNC Health/Public Safety Committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org