School Preparedness and Response!
December 10 & 11, 2015 9 AM to 3 PM at CESA 3 in Fennimore
An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined or populated area. Often these events are unpredictable and they always evolve very quickly. On average, it takes law enforcement 3 minutes to respond to the scene of an active shooter. What is done before these events and during those 3 minutes is critical in the outcome of an active shooter event!
Topics to be covered:
- What's required under WI 2009 Act 309 for school crisis planning
- Active shooter event overview
- Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design and procedural applications to deter and mitigate events
- Effective risk assessments for schools
- Civilian response to active shooter events
- Review of programs such as: ALICE; PREPaRE; Run, Hide, Fight; Standard Response Protocol
- Case studies/discussion of recent Active Shooter Events
Presenter: Jason Weber, Community Liaison Officer, Town of Menasha, Neenah, WI
Officer Weber is responsible for crime prevention and community policing projects in addition to serving as the media spokesperson for the department. He is currently the Vice President of the Wisconsin Crime Prevention Practitioners Association and the Wisconsin State TRIAD.