New safety class: Protect yourself during an active-shooter situation
More and more Americans find themselves in active-shooter or mass-shooting situations. If this happens to you, learning how to protect yourself in advance can make all the difference.
On March 23, from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m., Melissa Collins, program manager for Security, Risk and Resilience, will facilitate a new live virtual class to teach participants skills and strategies to respond if exposed to active attacker situations. The course will review real-life incidents and discuss options in the event of potential similar encounters.
Melissa joined UCOP after serving 20 years with the UC San Diego Police Department, retiring as a lieutenant, and is a safety expert.
Register here through the UC Learning Center
Learn more about protecting yourself in an active-shooter situation
In addition to this course, UCOP Human Resources has compiled a variety of resources to help you protect yourself in the case of an active-shooter situation. You can access them here on the active-shooter webpage.
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