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Active Shooter & Workplace Violence:

Understanding Policy and Procedure's Critical Role in Prevention


September 15, 2020   |   NEPPA Training Center (Littleton, MA)

 

 

(June 9, 2020) Under guidance from federal, state, and local authorities, NEPPA is pleased to be gradually reopening its Headquarters/Training Center beginning June 15, 2020.

 

All visitors, staff and trainers are expected to follow the established practices and protocols to ensure the safety, health and well being of the NEPPA community.

 

In-house and @Your-Site Training is being held and scheduled in accordance with federal, state, and local guidelines.

 

  

NEPPA is pleased to partner with Blue-U Defense Seminars and offer this highly engaging and interactive Active Shooter & Workplace Violence: Understanding Policy and Procedure's Critical Role in Prevention Seminar, followed by a facilitated roundtable discussion.

 

Due to the emergency COVID-19 pandemic response, this session has been rescheduled and will be held Tuesday, September 15, 2020 beginning at 9:00 am at NEPPA's Training Center (200 New Estate Road, Littleton, MA).

 

Who Should Attend

This seminar is designed for anyone involved in or impacted by safety preparedness policies and procedures, including:

 

  • General Managers
  • Occupational Safety & Health Professionals
  • Crew Leaders
  • General Foremen
  • Office Managers
  • Customer Service Representatives
  • Metering & Field Personnel

 

 

Program Overview

Very few organizations have effective and practical policy and procedure in place for an incident of violence or active shooter incident.  For many, policies and procedures look great on paper, however, when you examine what's expected of employees it's simply not possible to carry out under the circumstances of an incident.

 

Policy and procedure is an area where limitation of vulnerability to organizational liability is critical.  

 

This seminar brings a very high level understanding to policy and procedure and its real effectiveness in what it's designed to accomplish.

 

The facilitated Roundtable will be an open discussion about what other policies and procedures are being used, what resources are available, and what are best practices to follow.

 

 

 Click here to download the Seminar Agenda & Brochure.

 

Agenda

The agenda is still being finalized and is therefore subject to change.

8:30 am      Registration, Coffee & Baked Goods Available

9:00 am      Policy & Procedure's Critical Role in Prevention

Lt. Terry Choate & Det. Joe Hileman, Blue-U Defense Seminars

12:00 pm    Lunch

 1:00 pm     Roundtable Discussion

 2:30 pm     Adjourn

 

 

About the Instructors

Terry Choate is a Co-Founder and Training Specialist for Blue-U Defense. He has served as TeamTerry Choate is a Co-Founder and Training Specialist for Blue-U Defense. He has served as TeamCommander of the Monadnock Regional Special Response (SWAT) Team and for 14 years as a Lieutenantwith the Jaffrey (NH) Police Department.

 

Prior to law enforcement, Mr. Choate spent over 20years in management positions with Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Choate is an author and subjectmatter expert on Criminal Behavior and Drug Abuse & Abusers.In addition, Mr. Choate’s experience with Executive Security International provides expertise in SecuritySurveys, Advances, Personal and Executive Protection, CCTV Surveillance, Stalking and DangerousHuman Behavior, Anti/Counter Terrorism, and Business Security.

 

 

Joe Hileman is a Co-Founder and Training Specialist for Blue-U Defense.  He served as the Assistant Team Commander of the Monadnock Regional Special Response (SWAT) Team and for 11 years as a Detective with the Jaffrey (NH) Police Department.  Prior to his career in Law Enforcement, he served as Security Supervisor at the corporate management level of a Fortune 500 company.

 

Mr. Hileman holds two A.A. degrees in Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice – Corrections, Probation, and Parole.  His extensive tactical training includes:

 

  • SWAT 1 and 2 Certification, Tactical Officers and LEADS Consulting
  • SWAT Team Leader/Commander
  • Use of Force, Active Shooter Instructor
  • Narcotics – Covert Surveillance

 

Registration

Registration fees include coffee, breaks and lunch. 

 

NEPPA Members: $235

Non-Members: $395

 

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Cancellations

Cancellations are accepted until Tuesday, September 1, 2020.  Substitutions may be made at any time.

 

 

Lodging

Lodging is not included in your registration fees and must be arranged directly with the hotel. If you need overnight accommodations, please contact any of the following hotels directly and be sure to mention you’re with NEPPA (or the appropriate code/account number) to receive the negotiated rate:

  

Courtyard by Marriott Littleton - King: $155/night + tax; Queen/Queen: $165/night + tax

102 Constitution Avenue

Littleton, MA 01460

(978) 540-5040 - If calling to make your reservation, be sure to mention either NEPPA or Northeast Power

Click here to make your reservation online using the Corporate Rate: BZL

 

The Westford Regency Inn & Conference Center - $120/night + tax

219 Littleton Road

Westford, MA 01886

(978) 692-8200

Click here to make your reservation online using the Rate Access Code: NEPPA.

 

SpringHill Suites Devens Common Center - $129/night + tax

27 Andrews Parkway

Devens, MA 01434

(978) 772-3030

Click here to make your reservation online using the Group Code: BZL.

 

Hilton Garden Inn Devens - $129/night + tax

59 Andrews Parkway

Devens, MA 01434

(978) 772-0600

Click here to make your reservation online using the Group Code: BZL.

 

 

 

Questions? 

 

Please contact training@neppa.org or call the office at (978) 540-2200.