Active Shooter Training Hosted by CALCO Chamber of Commerce
A presentation was held today at the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce to better prepare business owners and their staff in the event of an active shooter. The second annual active shooter training class was held today to inform people that an active shooter can present themselves anywhere at any time.
A clear definition of an active shooter along with several defensive tactics were among the topics of discussion provided by the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office. Chief Deputy Jon Garlick shares what additional training courses are available for the public to better prepare in the act of an active shooter.
Business owner Terry Howell explains why he would encourage anyone to sign up for an active shooter training classes or course. Howell also added that even though people might know some defense measures regarding the event of an active shooter, it’s always good to find out other ways and continue to stay alert.