Threats To The Jewish Community
A briefing on alarming trends, active shooters, terrorism, prevention, and response
Thursday, August 28th, 2014 ::: Check in @ 8am ::: Seminar 8:30am-12:30pm
American Jewish University’s Gindi Auditorium 15600 Mulholland Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90077
Free parking is on site
Does your organization have an emergency plan?
What are the warning signs of an active shooter?
Have you used the resources made available?
Brussels, Belgium: Jewish Museum – May 24, 2014
Kansas City, Kansas: JCC – April 13, 2014
30 Major Anti-Semitic Incidents in 2014 – ADL
2001-2012 66% of hate crimes were against Jews – FBI Crime Report
The SPLC lists California as having 77 Active Hate Groups
Many experts say that “lone wolf” sympathizers influenced by the group’s messages pose a bigger threat. – NBC News
The goal of this workshop is to provide valuable information to prevent, prepare, respond and recover from active shooter threats, the most likely threat to our community today.
Most active shooter events are over in ten minutes or less, so the response to such an event is critical. Seconds count in saving lives. Our goal is to promote awareness of safety issues in relation to an active shooter event and empower the school to rapidly and effectively respond to the emergency.
LA Deputy District Attorney
Major, US Army Reserve
Sgt. Cathrine Riggs
LAPD Training Unit
Dir. of Community Security
Jewish Federation of LA
Associate Regional Director
This workshop one of a kind and not to be missed! REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.