'R' Recreation & CWC Community Education
The goal of A.L.I.C.E. (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) training is to prepare community members to respond to an active shooter threat in the workplace using techniques and practices that have been demonstrated to greatly improve your odds of survival. This course is designed to teach proactive option based survival strategies that can easily be employed in order to bridge that critical gap from the beginning of a violent event until the arrival of law enforcement. A proactive option based response to an active shooter event is now recommended by the US Department of Homeland Security and the US Department of Education as well as numerous state and local law enforcement agencies. Class Instructors bring a combined 54 years of prior law enforcement experience.
Please wear comfortable loose fitting clothing including long pants, long sleeved shirts, long sleeved jackets, sweaters or hoodies, sweatshirts. No short sleeved shirts, shorts or sandals or open toe shoes please. Please do not bring any personal defense items to this training including knives, Personal Tasers, pepper spray or mace. Class Instructors bring a combined 54 years of prior law enforcement experience.
Friday, March 8
March 11; Monday
1:00pm - 5:00pm
CWC InterTribal Center Bldg., Room 125
Registration Deadline: Friday, April 5
Dates: April 8; Monday
Time: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Place: CWC InterTribal Center Bldg., Room 125