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    It Could Happen...Active Shooter

    Date: November 14, 2019, 11:00am – 1:00pm
    Corral de Tierra Country Club
    $45 for members/$55 for non-members (if registered by 11/11/19); $60 walk in rate at the door
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    It Could Happen...Active Shooter

    Presented by Donna Galletti of the Monterey County Sheriff's Dept.

    November 14, 2019 

    from 11am-1pm

    @ Corral de Tierra Country Club


    Workplace Violence incidents are unpredictable and devastating.

    It’s not something most of us like to talk or even think about. Violence occurring in the workplace is a scary scenario that we wish never happened. However, it’s important that employers are aware and prepared to keep their employees safe. Unfortunately, we have seen an increase in the number of workplace violence incidents across the United States. With the rise of these occurrences, it is even more critical for companies to have a plan and prepare employees for what to do if the unthinkable happens.

    Learn how you, as a leader, can take steps to prepare the people in your organization to be more alert and aware of their surroundings in any case of workplace violence. During this highly informative and interactive training, we will cover:

    • The difference between an Active Shooter and an Armed Intruder
    • When Domestic Violence invades the workplace
    • How to recognize potential workplace violence 
    • How to recognize dangerous situations as they develop
    • Situational Awareness
    • How to prevent and prepare for potential active shooter incidents
    • What to expect from Responding Law Enforcement personnel
    • Run, Hide, Fight concept - a plan to act for survival

    Don't forget to invite your Security and Safety teams as well!

    ... about Donna Galletti

    Donna has been the Crime Prevention Specialist with the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office for over twenty two years. She is currently assigned to the Community Services Division. As the department’s only Crime Prevention Specialist, she handles the crime prevention needs of their three stations: Central Station, Coastal Station, and South County Station. Donna has also been a member of the Crime prevention Officer's Association since 1997.