Active Killer & How to Respond: Guidance for Surviving the Incident

February 9, 2016 @ 11:30 am – 3:15 pm
The Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel
333 S 13th St
Lincoln, NE 68508

Program:  Active Killer & How to Respond:  Guidance for Surviving the Incident
This presentation will familiarize attendees with definitions used in describing Active Killer situations, as well as a mental permission slip to use if the incident were to occur where they were located. Potential behavior indicators for Active Killer will be discussed so that management, Human Resources and co-workers, can possibly identify (“if you see something, say something”) and intervene early to prevent an incident or help co-workers receive the treatment they may need.

This presentation will identify methods and techniques to train employees and conduct successful drills targeted to help them survive the incident.

Attendees will become familiar with:

  1. definitions regarding an Active Killer event
  2. Identifying potential indicators of violence
  3. Understanding how staff can respond to the event and Law Enforcement
  4. Knowledge in how to prepare for, train for, manage and manage the aftermath of an Active Killer event

Workshop:  Responding to the Active Killer and Securing Your Facility
The afternoon workshop will focus on Facility Planning, and those attending will go through a Drill/Exercise and debriefing following the drill.

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016
11:00 – 11:30  Registration
11:30 – 12:00  Lunch & Announcements
12:00 –  1:00   Keynote Session
1:15 –  3:15   Workshop

WHERE:  The Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel
333 S 13th Street, Lincoln, NE  68508

Program Registration Fee: LHRMA members—$15
All Other Attendees—$25
College Student Chapter Members—FREE (You must register with Jenessa Keiser, College Relations Chair)

Workshop Registration Fee: All Attendees—$35


DEADLINE:  Register or cancel your registration by 12:00 Noon, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016

Our Program & Workshop Presenter:

Sgt. Robert Wondra was an Infantry Officer in the USMC, and served in Desert Storm. He is a 23 year veteran with the Omaha Police, having served in UPC, CIB, Gang Unit, SWAT, Clandestine Lab Team and the Training Academy. He has been instructing police response to active killer/shooter for OPD and other law enforcement individuals since 1999. He is an adjunct instructor with the National Tactical Officers Association for Active Shooter. He has also been presenting this subject matter to businesses and schools in the Omaha area since 2011.

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