ShotSpotter Hosts Free Webinar on Best Practices for Reducing Active Shooter Response Time
How Law Enforcement Professionals Can Maximize Tactical Effectiveness, Improve Officer Safety and Increase Community Engagement
NEWARK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- SST, Inc., the maker of ShotSpotter Flex and the global leader in gunfire detection, location, alerting and analysis, today announced a free live webinar to be held on Dec. 9th, for law enforcement professionals on “Best Practices on How to Advance Active Shooter Response Times.” For first responders, the first sixty seconds are the most critical after a gun has been fired, and those first few seconds matter most. The Active Shooter webinar will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 9th at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET.
The webinar, the first in a series of Active Shooter webinars, will feature law enforcement experts Ron Teachman, Police Chief in South Bend, Indiana, and Terry Nichols, Assistant Director Advanced Law Enforcement, Rapid Response Training Center (ALERRT), San Marcos, Texas. They will share new strategies to accelerate the ability for responding most effectively to gunshot incidents.
In this 60-minute live webinar, leading industry experts in active shooter response will discuss:
- Leveraging current advancements to minimize response times
- Enhancing tactical response to maximize effectiveness
- Improving officer safety during an active shooter scenario
- Engaging the community in the effort to keep it safe
- Learning and employing tips from cities who are improving active shooter response times
Webinar seating is limited, reserve now at:
The webinar will be moderated by Damaune Journey, Vice President Security Solutions, SST, Inc. Journey leads SST’s Security Solutions business and is responsible for establishing a leadership position for SST’s SiteSecure and SecureCampus Gunshot Detection solutions, the first service offering focused solely on active shooter impact reduction on campuses and in critical infrastructures – buildings, utilities, transportation hubs.
Liz Einbinder, +1 (510) 794-3147
Source: SST, Inc.
Released December 4, 2014