DPS Chief Considers Implementing Active Shooter Response Training

DPS Chief Considers Implementing Active Shooter Response Training

Syracuse University- Syracuse, NY

While active shooter response training isn’t required at Syracuse University, Department of Public Safety Chief Bobby Maldonado said he is interested in training incoming students. “First-years are required to view certain videos relevant to alcohol abuse, sexual assault and things like that, so there’s no reason why they shouldn’t be required to view this sort of video as well,” Maldonado said. “First-years are required to view certain videos relevant to alcohol abuse, sexual assault and things like that, so there’s no reason why they shouldn’t be required to view this sort of video as well,” Maldonado said. All freshmen and transfer students at the California University of Pennsylvania attended an A.L.I.C.E. (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) training program. The procedure was also taught to residential assistants and police officers, and is offered throughout the semester to students and staff. Christine Kindl, director of communications and public relations at CalU, said the school implemented safety training for students at the recommendation of the campus police department. Read more

 

December 1st, 2015|