Active Shooter Threat: Prevention-Response-Recovery
presented by: Daniel J. DiBardino, Managing Director - Recon Management Group
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in 2017, there were 458 workplace homicides across the country. Seventy-seven percent involved a firearm. In 2016, 500 workplace homicides were reported. Seventy-nine percent were deadly shootings.
Executive and Mid-Level employees, on completion of this webinar, will have core guideline information to develop a holistic program addressing a potential active shooter situation including:
- Preventative actions to reduce such an incident;
- Recommended course of action if involved in an active shooter event; and
- What to expect from responding Law Enforcement.
The information presented is not intended to be in-depth but rather will serve as an initial point of reference for policy development.
HRCI - Submitted for 1.0 General Credit
SHRM - Pre-approved for 1.0 Credit.
Complimentary for Detroit SHRM Members
$25 for Non-Members of Detroit SHRM
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Daniel J. DiBardino is the Managing Director with Recon Management Group with over 40 years of senior corporate security experience. Recon Management Group delivers global security and investigative solutions through three practice groups: Security Consulting, Investigative Services, and Protective Services.
Additionally, Mr. DiBardino currently serves as the President and CEO of Crime Stoppers of Michigan. He is also a member on the Advisory Committee of Proving Innocence of Michigan, as well as a member of the Association of Corporate Growth Planning Committee, ASIS International, and continues to be a security advisor for a number of educational institutions. He has authored numerous articles and is a frequent speaker on corporate security issues. Mr. DiBardino received a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts.