Active Shooter Awareness Training in Manchester
As Vermonters, we pride ourselves on our self-sufficiency, our resilience, and especially, our willingness to help others in times of need. The Active Shooter Awareness Training is a program that was created in order to educate and empower Vermonters with tried and true information about what they can do to protect themselves and their family members in the event that they are confronted with an active shooter or violent threat situation. It combines three easy-to-remember concepts from established national public safety programs: See Something, Say Something; ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate); and Stop the Bleed.
A public presentation will be held on Wednesday, August 14, at 6 p.m. at the Riley Rink Northshire Civic Center at 410 Hunter Park Road in Manchester Center.
For information, you can call Dee Myrvang at 802-447-6401 or Colonel Chris Mason with Manchester Police Department at 802-366-3046.