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Registration is Closed.
The purpose of this one-day course is to provide campus leaders; faculty
governance; student governance; campus law enforcement and security
departments; campus health, medical, and mental health services;
campus public affairs; jurisdictional law enforcement and public safety
agencies; and jurisdictional public information officers with an
understanding and ability to navigate difficult aspects of dealing with
campus emergencies. The course will consist of small, problem-based,
integrated group activities that require a coordinated, integrated
approach to solve.
Through an active shooter tabletop scenario, course participants will
observe a developing incident and respond in a manner consistent with
currently established campus and jurisdictional emergency operations
Campus and community leaders must recognize beforehand the
importance of an integrated approach for successful prevention,
protection, mitigation, response, and recovery when dealing with
incidents in the campus community. This holistic, whole-community
approach must recognize that successful nationally accepted emergency
management principles used during responses to high-consequence
events also can and will work when dealing with campus emergencies.
Recent national events have demonstrated that campuses are not
exempt from dealing with crises.
As these threats and hazards have increased and evolved, the US
government has expanded its support of initiatives to prepare federal,
state, tribal, and local law enforcement personnel, in conjunction with
the collegiate community, to use an all-hazards approach when dealing with campus emergencies.
Professional Disciplines: Emergency Medical Services, Emergency
Management Agency, Fire Service, Governmental Administrative,
Hazardous Materials Personnel, Healthcare, Law Enforcement, Public
Health, Public Safety Communications, Public Works
The target audience for the Direct Delivery version of this course is representatives from each of the following areas:
• Campus Administration
• Faculty and staff
• Faculty/student governance
• Campus public safety departments
• Campus health/medical and mental health services
• Campus public affairs
• Jurisdictional public information officers
• Local law enforcement and public safety agencies
A FEMA Student ID number is required to register. To obtain a FEMA SID number go to https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID.
The class will be held in the Technology Accelerator, Training Rooms, 4201 James Ray Drive, Grand Forks, ND 58202. Class will begin at 8:00 am and end by 5:00 pm.
For additional information, please contact Larry Regorrah.
This site updated as of 11/15/2018.
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