Wednesday, February 15, 2023 from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM CST
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Webster Conference Center Chapel 
2601 N. Ohio St.
Salina, KS 67401

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Coralee Murphy
Saline County Kansas 

Security Workshop - Active Shooter 

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The Saline County Department of Emergency Management and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency invite you to attend an Active Shooter Security Workshop, February 15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Webster Conference Center Chapel in Salina.

Active Shooter Preparedness

Chuck Clanahan | Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency 

Preparing employees for a potential active shooter event is integral to an organization’s incident response planning. Because active shooter incidents are unpredictable and evolve quickly, preparing for and knowing what to do in an active shooter situation can be the difference between life and death. This presentation focuses on providing awareness training that supports the development of emergency action planning capabilities. These capabilities better position organizations to receive important legal liability protections from the DHS Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies (SAFETY) Act of 2002.

To learn more about the SAFETY Act and the types of products, services, and layered security programs that have received protection, visit www.safetyact.gov.

Crisis Communication

Melissa McCoy | Saline County | Public Information Officer

Properly managing public communications in crisis can mean the difference in life and death or long-term damage and quick recovery. This class will discuss communicating your organization's situation and needs in a way that allows constituents to make important decisions and take appropriate action.


Lunch provided courtesy of our sponsor Wilson Security Solutions.

See Something Say Something

Chuck Clanahan | Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency

Organizations of any size can play an important role in ensuring their communities, customers, or employees are informed on how to recognize signs of terrorism and how to report suspicious activity to local authorities by sharing the “If You See Something, Say Something®” message. By working with the campaign, your organization can empower your employees and/or community members to actively identify and report suspicious activity.

Tactical First Aid

Jim Hughes | Saline County | Sheriff’s Office Captain of Patrol

Saline County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the North Central Regional Homeland Security Council, has developed a civilian training the branches from the Tactical Medical for First Responders program. This will be a brief overview of First Aid steps that could be taken in an act of violence situation which creatively utilizes all the resources that you may have available in this type of situation. The full hands-on Tactical First Aid course is offered separately from this workshop and will be 4 hours long.

AED Registry

Shane Pearson | Salina Fire Department | Deputy Chief

The Kansas Board of EMS is moving to PulsePoint AED for a simple-to-use tool that enables you to help build the public AED registry in your community or anywhere.