I've attended several pieces of training in the past, and a lot base their
workshops around the Run, Hide, Fight video put out by the City of Houston.
It might be a good jumping-off point:
I would definitely involve the local services in whatever training you
On Thu, May 26, 2022 at 5:42 PM Heidi Grimm <[log in to unmask]>
> We had our local PD do the training.
> They did an excellent job.
> Sent from my iPhone
> > On May 26, 2022, at 4:58 PM, Elizabeth Manning <
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> > Such a shame, really, that we live this way - that as nation we choose
> guns over children. Alas.
> > The Bangor police did a training that I thought quite good, a few years
> ago for libraries. Perhaps it is time to offer it again?
> > Elizabeth
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> > Subject: [MELIBS-L] Active shooter training
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> > Hi everyone,
> > Following the school shooting in Texas, I want to invest in training my
> > staff members on responding to an active shooter situation. Does anyone
> > have recommendations of trainings or other resources on this topic?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > *Diana Furukawa*
> > *Library Director*
> > *Millinocket Memorial Library*
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Danielle Fortin, she/her
Teen Services Librarian
McArthur Public Library