Students: Attend Active Shooter Training on April 14; 2 p.m. in JEFF320

  • Monday, April 14; 2 to 3 p.m.
  • Jefferson 320

From University Police, in conjunction with the Business Manager:

In an ongoing effort to keep the Clark University community educated in safety related matters, students are invited to attend a training session on how to survive an active shooter situation.  While the training focuses on a university setting, the information presented in the program can be applied to any active shooter situation.  While the possibility of an active shooter at Clark is remote, knowing how to react to an active shooter situation will increase your chances of responding properly should such an incident occur.   The primary presenter of the program will be Clark University Officer Efrain Diaz, who has extensive training in active shooter response.