You're Invited: Active Shooter Safety Training

Awareness and education are among the best tools available to assure personal safety.  University Police Services' officers train on an annual basis to handle active shooter situations, but what can you do to protect yourself?

Before the semester begins, come learn about how our officers are trained to respond and the valuable safety tips you can follow if you find yourself in this situation.

University Police Services is hosting an active shooter safety training for the campus community on Tuesday, Aug. 20, at 10 a.m. The class will be held at University Police Services headquarters in the University Gateway Garage.

Interested in attending? Please register online.



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