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Active Shooter Preparedness: Strategies to Anticipate and Respond to Active Shooter Events - On-Demand

Active Shooter Preparedness: Strategies to Anticipate and Respond to Active Shooter Events - On-Demand

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Active Shooter Preparedness: Strategies to Anticipate and Respond to Active Shooter Events - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: With the frequency of active shooter incidents on the rise in recent years it’s more important than ever to learn strategies to protect yourself and others if you’re ever in that situation.



Following the San Bernardino, Orlando, and most recently Las Vegas active shooter events, many employers continue to ask themselves how they can prepare and respond to such an event in the workplace. The frequency of active shooter events has increased in recent years, and both employers and employees can no longer believe that it will never happen to them. Because active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly, being prepared to respond in ways that can minimize risks of injury and death is critical.

In addition, there is a misconception among employers that their current insurance covers active shooter events. The reality is that general liability insurance policies do not clearly include or exclude active shooter incidents and additional coverage or policies may need to be considered. Another concern for businesses is the possibility of being cited by OSHA for exposing workers to potential workplace violence hazards.

Use this popular on-demand webinar presented by Kevlon Kirkpatrick and Audra Rigby of Certified Crime Prevention Consultants to share with attendees the lessons learned from the recent Las Vegas shooting. This includes strategies that can save lives, the cost of active shooter incidents, and assessments that can be used to deter the opportunity for an active shooter and other crimes on their property.

You’ll learn to: 

  • Recall facts of recent active shooter events in the United States, including the Las Vegas incident 
  • Identify potential workplace violence indicators 
  • Apply strategies to save lives 
  • Recognize liability insurance gaps 
  • Interpret OSHA Directive #CPL 02-01-058 
  • Explain value of risk, vulnerability, and CPTED assessment 


Want to learn more about what to do in an active shooter situation in your workplace? Register today for Workplace Violence Prevention Symposium 2018, March 6-7, 2018 in Savannah, GA!

About Your Presenters:

Kevlon Kirkpatrick, FCPP, FCP, CBI Kevlon Kirkpatrick, FCPP, FCP, CBI 
Principal 
Certified Crime Prevention Consultants, LLC

Kevlon H. Kirkpatrick is a Principal with Certified Crime Prevention Consultants, LLC and has over 20 years of experience working as a Law Enforcement Officer with the City of Orlando Police Department (OPD). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the College of Staten Island.

Kevlon is certified by the Office of the Attorney General as a Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner, a Florida CPTED Practitioner, 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.

Kevlon was a presenting at Workplace Violence Prevention Symposium 2017.


Audra RigbyAudra Rigby 

Principal 
Certified Crime Prevention Consultants, LLC

Audra L. Rigby is a Principal with Certified Crime Prevention Consultants, LLC and a Planner III with the City of Orlando Police Department (OPD). She has over 26 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.

Audra has completed hundreds of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) plan reviews for new and redevelopment projects in the City of Orlando and on-site CPTED assessments. She is certified by the Office of the Florida Attorney General as a Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner, a Florida CPTED Practitioner and Convenience Business Inspector.

Audra was a presentor at Workplace Violence Prevention Symposium 2017. 

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