Virtual Alabama School Safety Summit (2016) - Feb. 29-March 1 - The Alabama School Safety Summit will be held in Montgomery, Alabama to discuss and highlight new and innovative ways nSide, which powers the Virtual Alabama School Safety System, can be utilized by K-12 (public and private) schools, colleges, universities, and first responders to include police, fire, E911 and other emergency management personnel. The Summit is an excellent opportunity to network first responders and education officials in a discussion on school safety lessons learned and new practices. Agenda items include how to utilize nSide and Virtual Alabama in a mobile environment to: develop, display, and share campus emergency preparedness plans including interactive campus site maps and online emergency operations plans; provide a mobile platform for facilities management and inventories; integrate bus/vehicle tracking with your maps, and much, much more.
NASRO Basic - March 21-25, Opelika, Alabama
NASRO Advanced - March 21-23, Opelika, Alabama
NASRO Basic - March 28-April 01, Trussville, Alabama
NASRO Advanced - March 28-30, Trussville, Alabama
Deputy James Englert
Sheriff Wally Olson
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Phoenix All Suites Hotel, Gulf Shores, Alabama
Group Rate Code 850448
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Please note: Each participant is responsible for making all travel and hotel reservations.
19470 Oak Rd West
Gulf Shores, Al 36542
The State Board of Social Work Examiners has approved 23 hours of Continuing Education Units for social workers who attend the conference. Read the Approval Letter from State Department
Active Shooter Awareness Training
This is a class taught by SROs trained in Active Shooter Response and will be held in a school setting. There will be a classroom lecture and hands on training with simunition equipment. Attendees will be equipped with the proper safety attire and equipment needed to safely perform the training scenarios. Scenarios will place the administrator/SRO into the stressful duty of the responding officer responding to an active shooter and will allow you to see the importance of training preparation and the split second decisions to shoot or don’t shoot.
Refreshments and a scheduled working lunch will be provided at the training location on those days. Classes are limited to 20 students on each day and classes will be held from 8:30 AM-12:00 PM dates are TBA. Class will require participants to engage in physical activity. Attendees will be placed into classes on a first come first served basis. Classes will be taught by certified trainers in active shooter response. There is an opportunity to register for this course when filling out the registration for the conference.