Hosted by the Clark County Sheriff's Office in partnership with Wittenberg University, the seminar will examine the active shooter phenomenon, and provide inside details and a unique perspective into the Columbine tragedy from both a survivor and a parent. In addition, the seminar will equip school and public service personnel with the information and training to assist should such a tragedy occur in their respective work sites.
"The active shooter phenomenon, unfortunately, is not going away," said Wittenberg Police Lieutenant Marc Holt. "It is our hope that this seminar will help those in attendance to understand how school violence affects our young people and their families as well as how best to handle such an unimaginable situation."
Registration is required for the event in Bayley Auditorium located inside Wittenberg's Kuss Science Center. Contact John Reedy in the Clark County Sheriff's Office at (937) 521-2059 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Written By: Karen Gerboth
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