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Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.

Clark State, Clark County Sheriff’s Office will Offer Free Active Shooter Training

Clark State Community College in partnership with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office will offer four active shooter training sessions free to the public beginning September 5.

Questions? Contact: Major Chris Clark, Clark County Sheriff’s Office at 937.521.2077

- Open to the public. No registration.
- This is not a weapons training class.
- Content may be unsuitable for young children.

Below is information from Major Clark in the Clark County Sheriff’s Department:

After recent events close to home, the reality that an active killer can happen here and can effect anyone at any time, has become a harsh reality to many who, before, never gave it a second thought.

Law enforcement officers train regularly on how to respond to a mitigate these types of threats, but the real first responder to an active killer event are the people involved. Ask yourself – Are you ready?

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office and Clark State Community College want to make sure that you are ready and we are proud to offer a modular, comprehensive, active killer survival presentation to the citizens of Clark County.

About the Training:

This will be an UNARMED program to educate you on how to utilize your available surroundings to greatly increase your chances of survival. We will discuss what motivates individuals to carry out these acts, the mental health issues that surround them, being aware of your surroundings and how to make the best decisions to survive and escape the danger. This program is not recommended for younger audiences, as some of the content contains adult language and can be shocking to the senses. There will be an opportunity for the attendees to ask questions directly to the instructors and audience input is welcomed!

We hope to see you at one of the four upcoming events. Please take the time to attend, because you never know when you may be faced with a life changing event like an active killer. There is only one person in an active killer event that knows it’s coming.

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