Keeping Schools, Hospitals, Businesses, and Communities safer:
Come join Will power inc at Yale university as we have subject matter expert speakers to cover the areas around active shooter, mass notification, emotional trauma and response, we Will demonstrate Yale PD’s drone, and have a case study panel discussion on recent events.
WHEN: November 26th 2018
TIME: Registration at 8:30 AM starts at 9:00 and concludes at 2:30 (includes lunch).
WHERE: Yale university public safety department’s Yale West campus (Address: 100 West Campus Drive) in Orange, CT.
Please RSVP your attendance below, you don’t want to miss the great educational and networking opportunity targeted for law enforcement and security focused professionals (those involved with emergency planning and response.
Jin Kim is the founder and principal of PerSec Academy and widely recognized as a subject matter expert and material practitioner in Active Shooter and Targeted Mass Violence mitigation. Mr. Kim retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 2018 and is a twenty-three year veteran of the FBI New York Division. He served as the Active Shooter Coordinator on the Crisis Management Unit and was the leading authority directing active shooter and workplace violence preparedness, resiliency, and training for the FBI's private sector and infrastructure partnerships.
Bradford Cole is the Executive Director & All-Hazards Psychological Trauma Responder K9 First Responders, Inc. (K9FR) Mr. Cole is K9FR's subject matter expert and thought leader. He has 35 years experience in the security, crisis management and investigatives. A first responder to the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, Mr. Cole's deployments include Boston Marathon bombings, Las Vegas concert massacre, Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting as well as peer support for public safety. He was deployed to Smyrna, DE to assist in the aftermath of the 19 hour prison siege, hostage taking and homicide.
Read More at http://k9fr.org
Everbridge: The impact of successful mass notification.
Demonstration of a tethered drone; to learn how to leverage and implement the technology.
Case study examples and panel discussion review with Q&A.
This day is designed for law enforcement leaders, security focused professionals, K-12 superintendents/principals, security directors. Those who influence, implement, and respond to emergencies.
RSVP below and a $25.00 cover charge Will be collected at the door to offset costs and any proceeds Will go to Will power for veterans inc. A non profit 501(c)3 registered public charity dedicated to our veterans, military, and first responders.