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Active Shooter In The Workplace: Tactical Strategies And Response Protocols To Improve Chances Of Survival

Webinar: ID# 1023697
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About This Course:
If a violent assailant or active shooter entered your workplace with the intent to physically harm or kill your employees, how would you react? Would this response help ensure their safety?

The disturbing fact is that mass shootings like the recent one in a Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport are increasing in frequency in the United States.

According to Gun Violence Archives, there were 385 mass shooting incidents in the country in 2016, more than one per day. The threat isn’t just physical either. Shootings, along with other active aggressor incidents, can have a harmful psychological effect on employees and could result in significant costs for a company in the event of litigation.

Join us when crime prevention and law enforcement experts will teach you what you can do to better protect yourself, your coworkers, and your business in the event of an active shooter or other active assailant situation through emergency operation planning and more.

Learning Objectives:
  • How to identify and recognize general traits or characteristics of active aggressors
  • Trends and statistics of active shooter incidents in the United States
  • How to implement the run-hide-fight response to active aggressor situations
  • How to limit your company’s liability exposure
  • Strategies to incorporate CPTED (Crime Preventions Through Environmental Design)
About Your Presenters:

Kevlon H. Kirkpatrick
Security Consultant
Certified Crime Prevention Consultants, LLC

Kevlon H. Kirkpatrick has over 19 years of experience working as a Law Enforcement Officer and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the College of Staten Island. He is certified by the Office of the Attorney General as a Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner, a Florida Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Practitioner (CPTED), a School Resource Officer (SRO) and Convenience Business Inspector. The Valencia College Criminal Justice Institute has also certified him as a Physical Fitness Trainer, a General Instructor and a Defensive Tactics Instructor.

He is an invited presenter for BLR’s Workplace Violence Prevention Symposium (March 2016) and has conducted numerous webinar trainings for BLR. He is also an instructor for the Florida Crime Prevention Training Institute (FCPTI) and taught at the Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner Update class (Feb. 2015). He was a speaker at the 17th International Crime Free Conference (July 2015). He was a speaker at the 2014 Church Network Conference (formally called National Association of Church Business Administration) and the 2014 Southern States Crime Prevention Conference. Mr. Kirkpatrick also teaches at the Florida Department of Health annual training sessions and at the 2013 Preventing Crime in the Black Community, and is the 2010 American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) Crime Prevention Officer of the Year Award winner and is an active board member of the Central Florida Crime Prevention Association (C.F.C.P.A.).

Audra RigbyAudra L. Rigby, FCPP, FCP, CBI
Crime Prevention Consultant
Certified Crime Prevention Consultants, LLC

Audra L. Rigby is a Planner III with the City of Orlando and is assigned to the Orlando Police Department (OPD), Professional Standards Division, Planning and Grant Section. She has 25 years of experience in public safety with OPD, holds a bachelor’s degree in Emergency Management with a Minor in Public Safety Telecommunications from Jacksonville State University and is a Certified Public Manager through Florida State University.

Ms. Rigby is an invited presenter for BLR’s Workplace Violence Prevention Symposium (March 2016) and has conducted numerous webinar trainings for BLR. As a CPTED and Crime Prevention Practitioner, she was a speaker at the 17th International Crime Free Conference (July 2015), the 2014 Church Network Conference (formally called National Association of Church Business Administration) and the 2014 Southern States Crime Prevention Conference. She has spoken with or conducted CPTED presentations for a variety of neighborhood, business and community groups.
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