Although it is not a topic anyone likes to think about, recent shootings in Connecticut, Maryland, and other places compel workplaces to prepare and prevent future incidences of workplace violence. A shooter can walk into a shopping mall, place of employment or any large gathering and employers should be trained to detect, deter and deny access to a potential threat.
Join us on Friday, March 28, 2014 at the Marriott Sable Oaks in South Portland, ME for an important training for employers, loss prevention and security professionals and law enforcement. Jeremiah Hart of Force Training Institute will present a tactical primer on active shooter incidents in a variety of workplace settings. Attendees will gain knowledge and skills necessary to implement strategic low-cost and no-cost solutions to enhance facility safety and employee performance during critical situations, namely, active shooter events.
Mr. Hart is a lead instructor and senior analyst at the Force Training Institute and has worked with numerous Global and National Fortune 500 Companies on creating and implementing active shooter mitigation programs.
Mr. Hart is also a Police Sergeant for the third largest municipal police department in Los Angeles County and has testified as an expert in law enforcement training, policies, procedures, and use of force issues. With over a decade of SWAT experience, Mr. Hart is in charge of his agency's Use of Force, Active Shooter, and Firearms training programs.
He is a certified POST Advanced Instructor, Force Science Research Analyst, FBI Firearms Instructor and Law Enforcement Instructor with the Krav Maga Worldwide Force Training Division. Mr. Hart has also earned credentials by the Department of Homeland Security to serve as an armed officer on scheduled general aviation flights in support of national security. Additionally, he is a member of the National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Security Advisory Group in Washington D.C.
Free, donations accepted
Retail Merchants Association of New Hampshire/Retail Association of Maine
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