Look Around Lubbock: active shooter training

Look Around Lubbock: active shooter training

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The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is committed to making the Lubbock community a great place to live, work, play, learn and raise families. Through a partnership with Lubbock Mom's Blog, the Mayor’s Community Engagement Task Force, and the Lubbock Police Department a free Active Shooter Training: Survival Tips and Tactic course is open to the community on Thursday, Nov. 7 from 1:30 - 4 p.m. at the Lubbock Dream Center, 1111 30th St.

Active Shooter Training will cover procedures for optimal safety, survival tips to best protect yourself and those around you from becoming greater targets, as well as educational tactics to prepare businesses and church personnel to be better equipped if such a horrible situation were to transpire.
The Citizen's Response to an Active Shooter (CRAS) training program created by Corporal Chris Paine, has received national and international recognition. The program is designed to train the unarmed citizen with a plan of immediate action when facing a mass shooting event to increase the odds of citizen safety.

To attend Active Shooter Training: Survival Tips and Tactics, contact the Lubbock Chamber at (806) 761-7000. 

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