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Active Shooter Preparedness & De-Escalation

Add to Calendar 2024-05-22 18:36:20 2024-05-22 18:36:20 Active Shooter Preparedness & De-Escalation How to stay safe at home, at work, in public, and online.Presented by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) in partnership with the Saguache County Office of Emergency Management.This class will explore the various elements of an active shooter incident, including the common behaviors, conditions, and situations typically associated with such events. We'll examine methods for recognizing potential workplace violence indicators and what to anticipate from First Responders in such situations. We will cover the warning signs of someone on a path to violence, such as changes in behavior and observable indicators of stress. We will discuss how to assess the situation to ensure personal and others' safety, including recognizing signs of escalation. CISA will also cover de-escalation techniques, emphasizing purposeful actions, verbal strategies, and body language to diffuse potentially dangerous situations safely. It's essential to understand the importance of promptly reporting incidents through organizational channels for assessment and management and contacting emergency services like 9-1-1 for immediate threats.We strive to ensure inclusive, accessible meetings that enable all individuals, including individuals in access and functional needs communities, to engage fully.  To request accommodations or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact 719-588-0197 305 3rd St, Saguache, co 81149 SLV Emergency no-reply@co.colorado.gov America/Denver public

How to stay safe at home, at work, in public, and online.

Presented by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) in partnership with the Saguache County Office of Emergency Management.

This class will explore the various elements of an active shooter incident, including the common behaviors, conditions, and situations typically associated with such events. We'll examine methods for recognizing potential workplace violence indicators and what to anticipate from First Responders in such situations. We will cover the warning signs of someone on a path to violence, such as changes in behavior and observable indicators of stress. We will discuss how to assess the situation to ensure personal and others' safety, including recognizing signs of escalation. CISA will also cover de-escalation techniques, emphasizing purposeful actions, verbal strategies, and body language to diffuse potentially dangerous situations safely. It's essential to understand the importance of promptly reporting incidents through organizational channels for assessment and management and contacting emergency services like 9-1-1 for immediate threats.

We strive to ensure inclusive, accessible meetings that enable all individuals, including individuals in access and functional needs communities, to engage fully.  To request accommodations or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact 719-588-0197