*UPDATE* Due to high demand, the February 23 session is full and a wait list is available. Please note that we have another upcoming session Monday, May 8, that is open for registration. You are welcome to the join the wait list for February 23 or register for the May 8 session.
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.
This course is designed to provide information regarding the circumstances and events leading up to and surrounding the Robb Elementary School Shooting in Uvalde, Texas. It will delve into the incident with a comprehensive classroom discussion of the facts to help further understand the events and apply what can be learned moving forward. The course objectives are:
Define: “What is a school shooting?”
Discuss: History of the school shooter
Identify 5 law enforcement takeaways of the characteristics of an active shooter
List the 5 stages of an active shooter
Learn school shooting statistics
Explore Red Flag Laws and their potential impact
Discuss the events leading up to the May 24, 2022 shooting and the timeline the day of the shooting
Analyze the Robb Elementary Investigative Report and consider the lessons learned for law enforcement and 911 telecommunicators
The cost is $275 per person. The course is registered with MCOLES for 302 funds and is SNC approved for dispatch training funds (MNA2022-3448).
Virtual Classroom with Live Instruction OR Eaton County Central Dispatch 911 Courthouse Drive Charlotte, MI 48813