Mon, Aug 24|
Hueytown High School
PARKLAND SCHOOL SHOOTING
This seminar will discuss the lessons learned from the Marjorie Stoneman Douglass school shooting in Florida. This seminar is FREE
Time & Location
Aug 24, 2020, 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Hueytown High School , 4881 15th Street Rd Hueytown, AL 35023
About the Event
Sergeant John Suess, Pinellas County Sheriff's Office was the lead investigator for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Commission (MSDPSC). This commission was established by the Florida Legislature to analyze the shooting at MSDHS (Parkland) and other mass-casualty incidents and to recommend improvements in law enforcement, mental health and school safety.
This presentation will summarize the investigative findings and recommendations for improving various systemic failures.
Topics will include:
- Background of K-12 active-assailant incidents
- Overview of the MSDHS shooter and shooting itself
- 911 and radio communications
- Law enforcement and medical response to the shooting and school safety issues
Those urged to attend are law enforcement personnel, School Resource Officers, emergency medical personnel, emergency/disaster relief planners, 911 and radio communications, and school personnel/administrators/counselors.
To register: Contact Tommie Black, Jefferson County Sheriff's Training Center, firstname.lastname@example.org, register on-line or call 205 849 5246. This seminar is FREE.