(August 1, 2013 – Medina, Ohio).

Greg Crane, founder of the ALICE training program, has accepted an invitation to speak at the Indiana Association of Chiefs of Police fall conference on September 5th 2013.  Crane stated, “I am honored to be presenting alongside such a distinguished group of speakers including the Indiana Attorney General, Greg Zoeller, and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Glenda Ritz, on the topic of school safety.”

Along with the guest speakers, there will be a panel discussion lead by Dr. Rich Hogue. Panel members include:  John Hill, Executive Director of Homeland Security; Amy Skeens-Benton, Assistant Principal at Carmel High School; Doug Carter, Superintendent of Indiana State Police; and David Woodward, Safety Academy Program Coordinator of the Indiana Department of Education.

The Indiana Association of Chiefs of Police is an individual member organization consisting of ten local districts within the State of Indiana.  The mission of the IACOP is to promote professionalism, training and networking for the law enforcement executive and to enhance public awareness of law enforcement and public safety issues.  Please visit for more information.

ALICE Training is changing how schools, universities and businesses respond to armed intruders.  ALICE (Alert, Lock-down, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate), developed after Columbine, teaches strategies to survive a life-threatening event.  Supported by educators and law enforcement organizations, ALICE is quickly becoming the new standard of care across the nation.  

For More Information Contact:

Name:                 Victoria Shaw

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