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    A.L.I.C.E - Response to Active Shooter Events

    Date: February 18, 2020, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Frontier Human Resources Assocation
    Little America Resort - Cheyenne
    $20 Members, $25.00 Non-Members Program only $10.00
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    Our February Topic - A.L.I.C.E. - Response to Active Shooter Events

    ALICE is an option based approach to active shooter events.  It is based upon: Alert, Lockdown,  Inform, Counter, Evacuate  The class will explore these options and go through scenarios based upon real life events.  It will prepare students with the ability to respond to the event with options outside the traditional lockdown procedure based upon the situation encountered.  

    The potential active shooter provides an organizational and safety risk that HR can play a key role in mitigating.  Response to active shooter events can involve many options.  Through this interactive presentation participants will use critical evaluation skills to determine the best way(s) to share this information with employees, customers, stakeholders and articulate how relationship management; managing and resolving conflicts; and building relationship plays into proactive and reactive response. It is up to the individual to choose the option best suited to their situation.

    Presented by - Jeff Schultz, Center Manager at Wyoming Department of Workforce Services 

    Over a twenty year career, Jeff served at every level of the Cheyenne Police Department from Patrol Officer to Interim Chief of Police, and has received over 4000 hours of training including Threat Assessment by the United States Secret Service at their headquarters. Jeff is also a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Invetigation’s National Academy, which is a 10 week training at the academy in Quantico for law enforcement management.  He also serrved on the U.S.S.S.’s planning and excecution of two Vice Presidential visit protective details.  After retiring from the Cheyenne Police Dept, Jeff was the Director of Wyoming’s Peace Officer Standards and Training Commissio, which is responsible for the training and certification of all peace officers, detention officers, dispatchers, coroners and corrections officers.  He hasbeen with the the Department of Workforce Services for three years and have been a certified ALICE trainer for more than two.

    Please RSVP HERE

    This program is approved for 1 HRCI and 1 SHRM credit hour.

    RSVPs MUST be received by 12 PM (Noon) on Friday, February 14, 2020  - RSVPs received after that date and time will incur a $5.00 late fee

    Please Note: FHRA is required to pay for "No Shows" or late cancellations so please be responsible; late cancellations are considered to be after 5:00 pm the Friday before the event.


    • Members, please bring your business card to enter the free lunch drawing!

    • There will be an opportunity to support the SHRM Foundation.  Bring cash to participate in fun drawings.

    • If you have a nametag, please wear it to the meeting!

    Please RSVP HERE