Prevention of and Response to an Active Shooter in the Workplace
Categories: Membership Meeting, Workshop
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Did you know that Workplace Violence is the second leading cause of death for males in the workplace and the leading cause of death for females in the workplace? The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports over 400 homicides at the workplace each year. CDC says workplace violence has reached “epidemic proportions”.
SPEAKER: Jim McBride - Infrastructure Protection, OK Department of Homeland Security
Jim was in Law Enforcement for more than 30 years most of which was with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol before retiring in 2008. He worked road assignments with the OHP and was also assigned to the Bomb Squad and the Tactical Team. It was as a member of the Tactical Team that Jim responded to the Alfred P. Murrah Bombing in April 1995. Later he spent ten years in the Special Operations Unit, six as Troop Commander. He served 26 years in the Oklahoma National Guard retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel.