Seminar: Active Shooter Threat and Response with Ed Monk

For more than 40 years, the U.S. has been failing to respond effectively to active shooters.

Over and over, we see the same behavior from individuals who seek only to maximize body count and get the media attention they crave. And we see the same failed planning and response from schools, churches, businesses, politicians, and the public.

Why does this keep happening? And how can you plan and respond effectively?

After a long career as a U.S. Army officer, firearms trainer, public school teacher, and deputy sheriff, Ed Monk has dedicated his life to analyzing mass casualty events and helping organizations and individuals plan and survive.

From Littleton to Newtown, from Parkland to Uvalde, these tragedies follow predictable patterns and offer powerful lessons for those willing to see the truth.

And now you're invited to attend an eye-opening seminar called Active Shooter Threat and Response.

This 6-hour seminar will prepare you to reject the most common advice about active shooter response and do what it really takes to survive the most terrifying minutes of your life.

Saturday, March 23, 2024
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM EDT

The Makoy Event Center
5462 Center St.
Hilliard, OH 43026

Earlybird $69
(regular price $99)

Seating is limited! Click Here for detailed information and to reserve seats.

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