Presentation will review the process that the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory undertook to establish an Active Shooter Preparedness Program which included the establishment of an armed presence on the campus. Speaker will discuss how an organization that had no established policies or procedures transitioned to a program that now includes staff awareness training, active shooter lockdown drills, and an off-duty law enforcement presence. Topics will include organizational resistance to the program, legal and liability concerns, establishment of a workplace violence intervention team, coordination and participation of law enforcement, and the creation of emergency response procedures for an unarmed security force.
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