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Posted on: July 25, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Active Shooter Response & Impact of Workplace Violence Training

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Presented by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, this training is an invaluable resource to prepare for a worst-case scenario.

The Active Shooter Response and Impact of Workplace Violence training includes advice for workers on what to do in active shooter situations, along with statistics, law enforcement tactics and common responses to trauma following incidents. Advance registration required. Register online to reserve your place for this valuable presentation.

Active Shooter Response & Impact of Workplace Violence

Presented by:

Shane Millhollon



Heather Williams

OCSD Regional Peer Support Coordinator


WHEN:  MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.

WHERE: City of Rancho Santa Margarita / Bell Tower Regional Community Center

    22232 El Paseo

   Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688

   (949) 216-9700

RSVP: Register online at

  • Click on class registration (Appropriate for ages 14 and older)
  • Create an account or log in to your account
  • Click on Health & Safety (Class #560612-01)


Presentation Objectives:

  • Understand the law enforcement response to an active shooter/mass casualty incident.
  • Develop protocols to increase survivability and decrease the number of victims.
  • Empower individuals to know what to do during an active shooter incident.
  • Understand the psychological and physical impact of an active shooter incident.
  • Be aware of the resources available to help mitigate the lasting effects of trauma.

For additional information, please call (949) 680-8270


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