This session of the course can be taken in person at Eaton County Central Dispatch, 911 Courthouse Drive, Charlotte, Michigan
In our virtual classroom, featuring live instruction and interaction with the instructor and attendees who are in the traditional classroom in Eaton County.
While we all hope that a school shooting incident will not take place in our jurisdiction, sadly, we know that no community is exempt from violence. We must continue to do all we can to be prepared when it does happen. This course provides an intense look at the psychology behind a school shooter with a focus on ways in which a school shooting might be prevented, but ultimately to mitigate injuries and/or loss of life by being prepared and educated should the worst-case scenario take place.
Review studies involving school shootings
Discuss myths about school shootings/shooters
Define and discuss what constitutes a threat
Identify the 3 main types of school shooters
Review 10 school shootings and identify the type of shooters in each incident
Look at why some become school shooters and others do not
Learn the Five Stages of an Active Shooter
Review Crisis Averted – examine instances where a potential school shooter was caught prior to the attack and what led to that intervention
Examine 5 Tips for Dispatchers during a School Shooting
The cost is $275 per person and the course is SNC approved (MNA2021-2246).
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern
Eaton County OR Virtual Classroom with Live Instruction 911 Courthouse Dr Charlotte, MI 48813