An active shooter situation is one of the most dangerous events an organization can experience. Without the right training and tools in place, people can be unnecessarily put in harm’s way. Organizations need to provide their people with the resources they need to respond to an active shooter and have the communication tools in place to share vital information that keeps people safe.
In this webinar, Jedd Bradley from Mighty Oaks Active Shooter Solutions and Pat Scheckel from Singlewire Software, will outline practical guidelines organizations can utilize to help prepare for active shooter incidents. From the devices that can be used to share alerts, to setting up channels for collaboration to actively respond to situations as they unfold, attendees will gain the knowledge and best practices they need to create a plan that keeps their people safe and informed. Attendees for this webinar will learn:
- Best practices for preparing for and responding to an active shooter
- The benefits of implementing a mass notification system for communicating during active shooter events
- And ideas for how to develop and implement active shooter plans
Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.
Executive Vice President of Product Management
Pat Scheckel is the Executive Vice President of Product Management for Singlewire Software, a leading developer of mass notification solutions. Pat has more than 15 years of experience helping organizations across a wide range of industries implement tools that enhance safety and communication. Pat is keenly aware of the challenges organizations face when trying to keeping their people safe and informed. Pat and his team work to directly address the issues customers are experiencing with innovative solutions. He works to ensure that every organization can reach all of their people with important safety updates everywhere, every time.
Mighty Oak Active Shooter Solutions, LLC
Jedd Bradley has been in law enforcement for over 18 years and is still serving as an officer for the City of De Pere in Wisconsin. He is a 12-year veteran on the Brown County SWAT team and has taught hundreds of police officer’s tactics on how to respond to an active shooter incident. In 2019 Jedd was one of the lead tactical trainers that trained over 500 police, fire and EMS on responding to an active shooter incident in Brown County. In 2016 he trained over 1,000 school employees from two different school districts in the ALICE active shooter training. In 2018 Jedd was certified by the Texas State University Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training Active Shooter Level II. Jedd is passionate about how the public and civilians need to be educated on what to do in an active shooter incident, and since 2014 has trained thousands of people on what to do in an active shooter situation.
*Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.