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Joint Agency Mass Violence Incident Planning and Response Symposiums (REGISTRATION OPEN)
June 20, 2013
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Joint Agency Mass Violence Incident Planning and Response Symposiums (REGISTRATION OPEN)

Threat Suppression is proud to announce the Joint Agency Mass Violence Incident Planning and Response Symposiums to be held Monday, August 5th from 08:00 am to 1:00 pm at Charlotte Motor Speedway's Conference Center AND on Tuesday, August 6th at Durham North Carolina Central University from 08:00 am to 1:00 pm. These events are FREE for attendees!

This symposium is ONLY open to active public safety members (law enforcement, fire, EMS, emergency management), school and college administrators, military law enforcement and military intelligence personnel, and hospital administrators. Attendees MUST preregister and are required to bring official agency identification to gain admittance to the symposium.

This symposium will feature a 90-minute lecture on mass violence incident planning and response, a 90-minute lecture on active shooter/active assailant response, and a 90-minute lecture on medical operations at mass violence incidents. Seating is limited to 400 and we have already received registrations from as far as Louisiana.

Please forward to any interested staff, agencies or teams. See attached flyers for additional event details and registration information. Seats will fill quickly.

Register now to save your spot! For more information, you can email register@ThreatSuppression.com

To register for the Charlotte program, please go to: http://www.threatsuppression.com/index.php/2013-calendar-of-events/37-joint-agency-mass-violence-conference/event_details

To register for the Durham program, please go to: http://www.threatsuppression.com/index.php/2013-calendar-of-events/4-joint-agency-mass-violence-conference/event_details



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