We live and work in a world where school shootings and violence have unfortunately become more common. It is our duty as faculty, staff, and students to be more diligent and prepared.
Several years ago, the Case Western Reserve University Police Department put together a program that teaches survival strategies that will save lives in the event of an active shooter situation. The program called ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) has the following philosophy:
To provide realistic training so that those “stuck” in the CRISIS Zone, if confronted by a madman or terrorist, have options available to them to enhance their chances of surviving this violent encounter
Faculty, Staff and Students are invited to participate.
This event is free and is open to members of the WSOM community. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED.
WSOM Student Services Specialist
||Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015 from noon to 1:30 p.m.
||Peter B. Lewis Building, Room 203
11119 Bellflower Road
Cleveland, OH 44106-7235
||Speaker(s): Sgt. Paul Owens from the CWRU Police Department
||Sponsored by: Diana Fox
||Registration for this event has closed
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