Active Shooter Webinar Series – Part 1: What We Have Learned: Key Elements of an Active Shooter Incident
September 13, 2016
Fee(s):This registration has a fee.
The first webinar in APCO’s Active Shooter Webinar
Series, this event features Matt Shenk, who serves as Supervisor of Lancaster
(PA) County-Wide Communications.
In 2006, Lancaster County was the site of the Nickel
Mines Amish school shooting, during which a man shot eight young girls, killing
five of them, before committing suicide. Shenk will discuss the history of
active shooter incidents and present the findings of extensive research that he
and his fellow APCO Institute Adjunct Instructors have conducted over the years
on the subject.
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