Active Shooter Incident Training Available
Written by Andrew-Rossi on October 6, 2017
A free training this month will teach attendees how to respond to an active shooter in their building, office, or other location.
The title of the training is called ALICE, an acronym which stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate. Attendees will be taught how to perform at each of these stages of an active shooter emergency.
With the tragedy in Las Vegas fresh in the minds of the nation, the offering of this ALICE training is timely, according to Kimball Croft with the Park County Public Health Office. Croft says that although the ALICE course was designed for medical offices and buildings, anyone can benefit from the training that will be offered.
The class will be held four times – two classes in Cody on October 16th, and two classes in Powell on October 17th. There are only 25 spots available for each class, and Croft encourages people to log on to eventbrite and register for the ALICE Active Shooter Response Training, or call him at 307-250-0522 for more information.