Public Safety, in partnership with the division of Human Resources, is conducting ALICE workshops. The 90 minute long A.L.I.C.E. sessions are designed to give participants insight and response options when encountering an active shooter. A.L.I.C.E. -- Alert, Lockdown, Information, Counter and Evacuation -- is crisis training created by two Texas law enforcement officers.
This highly effective and "common sense" training has been readily adopted by many educational law enforcement institutions in Ohio and throughout the United States. The training is open to everyone but we are encouraging faculty and staff to take the time to attend one of the sessions. Hopefully you will never have to use the information you will learn, but if a situation does arise in a classroom or in an office, you will have an idea of what you can do to increase your survivability
To register for this workship go to the KSU HR Online Registration site and search on "A.L.I.C.E." (make sure you include the periods after each letter).
Recognizing and Responding to Threatening Behavior
This 75 minute workshop is sponsored by the Public Safety office. It is taught by officers that are a part of the Kent State Crisis Intervention Team. It is designed to give participants insight and skills around recognizing and responding to unusual, disruptive or threatening behavior.
To register for this workshop go to the KSU HR Online Registration site and search on "threatening behavior".