March 1, 2018 ALL

Today: “How to Respond to an Active Shooter” training available.

JCUPD and the Office of Risk Management and Regulatory Affairs offers an hour long training session to faculty, staff and students on responding to active shooter situations. This hands-on, participative course is intended for departments, offices and groups and can be provided in departments or another location convenient for your area. Contact Brian Hurd, or Garry Homany with questions, and to arrange training.

This training is based on concepts in the University’s Emergency Response Guide, found here: . This guide details what you should do, and what you should expect to happen during various emergency situations.

In addition to this training, the University Threat Assessment Team monitors and coordinates an appropriate response to situations in which there is a concern that an individual may reasonably pose a threat to the safety and well‐being of themselves and/or others in the university community, or of a substantial disruption to university activities. A description of the Threat Assessment process can be found here: