Active Shooter Threat & Response
Hosted by The Firearms Academy of Seattle, Inc.
This presentation studies past active shooter attacks, then identifies trends and uses pattern analysis to show what is most likely to happen in future attacks – defining the threat. This presentation recommends strategies for individuals, organizations, and public policy to limit the victim count of future active shooter attacks. It will have an emphasis on school attacks, and is suitable for Law Enforcement, school personnel, parents and lawfully armed citizens.
Instructor Ed Monk has been researching, writing, attending training, and providing training on the Active Shooter threat for over ten years. He has served as a consultant for several school districts and has provided presentations on the Active Shooter threat to universities, schools, churches, law enforcement agencies, government agencies, and other audiences in several states. Ed retired from the Army as a Lieutenant Colonel, and after his Army retirement, Ed taught high school for four years, served as a deputy sheriff and currently a sworn police officer. Ed’s formal education includes a BS in US History from the US Military Academy (West Point), an MS in Adult Education from Kansas State University, and he is a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College.
|Event Date||07-30-2018 1:00 pm|
|Event End Date||07-30-2018 5:00 pm|
|Location||Lewis County Veterans Memorial Museum|