November Dinner - Active Shooter - What Would You Do? Active Shooter Training Simulation

November 17, 2020
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Active Shooter – What Would You Do?

Approved for 1.25 SHRM PDC's and HRCI Credits 

Join your fellow GVFHRA attendees in an interactive active shooter simulation that will help you prepare yourself and your employees in the following ways:
1.Empower you to survive a crisis situation
2.Train your brain for survival
3.Participate in an interactive simulation which will discuss who an active shooter is, see how untrained react to an active shooter scenario and how a trained individual reacts for better survival
4.Learn how and when to RUN-HIDE-FIGHT

This training is for EVERYONE: HR Professionals, CEO’s, Management team members, employees of all disciplines! The information you gain at this session is beneficial personally and can be shared with your staff to provide emergency preparedness!

Speaker-Robert Johnson - Here is Bob's resume:

Gittings Protective Security Inc.  Director of Threat Preparedness-August 2020–Present
Trains everyday people how to prepare for and survive Active Shooter events.  Conducts threat and security assessments of businesses, schools, and industrial sites across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and neighbouring states. Plans, builds, and implements emergency operations plans which ensure the safety of students and employees in a wide variety of environments.  Conducts Active Shooter Training, Robbery Training, and Emergency Response Consulting.  Public speaking engagements geared toward survival utilizing RUN, FIGHT, HIDE concepts. Mr. Johnson is currently the Threat Preparedness Consultant for Bishop Guilfoyle High School, Indiana Area School District, Westmont Hilltop School District, and New Story Schools.

City of Johnstown, Police Department Chief of Police-June 2017–August 2020
Improved overall operational efficiency of the Department, created agency accountability, and restored  community relations necessary to the reduction of crime.  Responsible for reducing homicides over a three-year period by 90%.  Implemented mobile office platforms and greater use of data based policing practices.  Board member of the Cambria County Drug Coalition.

Pennsylvania State Police Lieutenant, Commander Criminal Investigation Section, Troop A, Greensburg-November 1991–June 2017
Patrol Unit Member(92-94), Crime Unit Member (94-96), Bureau of Emergency and Special Operations (K9 Unit)(96-07), Section Supervisor (07-08) Station Commander Troop G, Bedford (08-12) & Troop H, Chambersburg (12-14), Section Commander Greensburg (14-17).  Improved community relations at all locations.  Recognized as an expert witness in state and federal court with regard to drug interdiction and K9 training.  Oversaw safe school programs in Troop G, H, and A.  Created and implemented TACET drug interdiction team Troop A, which is now the model for drug interdiction efforts in PSP.  Supervisory oversight of all major criminal investigations within a four-county area and the personnel responsible for the investigation.  Flight 93 first responder, G20 Summit Assistant Platoon Leader, and 2015 Baltimore riots Platoon Commander.

 

 


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$20.00 Students

$25.00 GVFHRA Members

$45.00 Non-Member

$20.00 Full Time Student