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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

10:15 am

Victim Avoidance/Personal Safety in Field Settings (Intermediate) Marilyn Knight, MSW, and Kenneth Wolf, PhD, Incident Management Team.

This session will feature a discussion of tactical survival considerations for Active Shooter incidents. Employee mental preparedness, and how to seize opportunities to run, hide or fight the shooter will be explored.  Videos of shooting incidents will be used to illustrate survival options.

12:30 pm

Lone Worker Safety (Intermediate) Marilyn Knight, MSW, and Kenneth Wolf, PhD, Incident Management Team.

Lone Workers, those in isolated field, community, home, or utility situations, may face risks of victimization from angry clients, criminals or disturbed individuals.  Program will describe verbal threats and non-verbal pre-attack indicators.  Developing a survival mentality and situation awareness plans to avoid victimization will be described.

1:45 pm

Victim Avoidance/Personal Safety in Field Settings (Intermediate) Justin Moore and Mark Stefaniak, Spartan Krav Maga.

Learn to achieve safety and security in today's world. You will be introduced to proven safety and security methodologies to protect yourself and those around you. Discover why Krav Maga is the best self-defense system in the world. Originally designed for the Military and Law Enforcement, Krav Maga has become popular among everyday people because of its effectiveness and ease of learning it in a reasonable amount of time. This course will cover the basic principles of awareness, avoidance, mindset, and training methods to deal with many of the risks associated within our everyday environment.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

10:15 am

Victim Avoidance/Personal Safety in Field Settings (Intermediate) Marilyn Knight, MSW and Kenneth Wolf, PhD, Incident Management Team.

This session will feature a discussion of tactical survival considerations for Active Shooter incidents. Employee mental preparedness, and how to seize opportunities to run, hide or fight the shooter will be explored.  Videos of shooting incidents will be used to illustrate survival options.

11:30 am

Lone Worker Safety (Intermediate) Marilyn Knight, MSW, and Kenneth Wolf, PhD, Incident Management Team.

Lone Workers, those in isolated field, community, home, or utility situations, may face risks of victimization from angry clients, criminals or disturbed individuals.  Program will describe verbal threats and non-verbal pre-attack indicators.  Developing a survival mentality and situation awareness plans to avoid victimization will be described.

1:45 pm

Victim Avoidance/Personal Safety in Field Settings (Intermediate) Justin Moore and Mark Stefaniak, Spartan Krav Maga.

Learn to achieve safety and security in today's world. You will be introduced to proven safety and security methodologies to protect yourself and those around you. Discover why Krav Maga is the best self-defense system in the world. Originally designed for the Military and Law Enforcement, Krav Maga has become popular among everyday people because of its effectiveness and ease of learning it in a reasonable amount of time. This course will cover the basic principles of awareness, avoidance, mindset, and training methods to deal with many of the risks associated within our everyday environment.

Security Division Roster

Chair: Daniel Torres, DTE Energy
Vice-Chair: Todd Dusky, DTE Energy
Committee:
Paul Beasinger, Keene Training and Consulting LLC
Wayne Flees, Huron Clinton Metro Parks
Timothy P. Fortin, FCA Group
John Montville, CPP, Security Consultant, SEARCHER Corp.

Future Conference Dates

April 17-18, 2018, Lansing, MI

April 16-17, 2019, Grand Rapids, MI

April 7-8, 2020, Grand Rapids, MI

April 13-14, 2021, Lansing, MI 

April 12-13, 2022, Lansing, MI

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