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Help With Workplace Violence Training and Response

Bo Mitchell, founder of 911 Consulting, answers questions about active shooter training, allowing staff to carry guns, security guards and more

The deadly phase of an active shooter in schools, offices or hospitals is over in the first four to eight minutes. Statistically, it's over before the police can arrive and deploy. This means that facility managers are among the first responders to these emergencies.

In this Ask the Expert session, Bo Mitchell, former police commissioner of Wilton, Connecticut, and founder of 911 Consulting, answers questions about active shooter and workplace violence incidents.

During the discussion, Bo addressed active shooter training best practices, security guards, and safety efforts in healthcare facilities. With some organizations considering allowing staff to carry concealed weapons, Bo talked about the ramifications of such efforts that aren't usually considered.

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