Situational Awareness Training
7 p.m. March 1 | 12 p.m. April 5 | 7 p.m. May 10
A comprehensive training program designed to prepare community members to improve their situational awareness and increase their safety – from school drop off to attending synagogue. This unique training addresses the threats facing the Jewish community and for everyday situations.
- Understand what Situational Awareness is;
- Understand how Situational Awareness can help protect your family and community;
- Be able to identify incidents where Situational Awareness improved the outcome of a bad situation;
- Recall and demonstrate the techniques for observing, reporting and reacting to suspicious behavior, and;
- Be able to evaluate potential risk situations to identify threats and appropriate safety measures.
Countering Active Threat Training
7 p.m. March 15 | 12 p.m. April 19 | 7 p.m. May 24
A comprehensive training program to counter an active threat event developed for faith-based institutions and Houses of Worship.
- Know the difference of an Active Threat;
- Know the difference between security and safety;
- Have a better understanding of Active Threat incidents;
- Identify and explain modes of action during active shooter incident: RUN, HIDE, FIGHT;
- Understand how to prepare for an Active Threat event;
- Know how to respond to law enforcement’s arrival;
- Recognize importance of additional trainings such as “Stop the Bleed” and;
- Be able to commit to action during an Active Threat event.
Visit http://bit.ly/SafeIndySpring to register for each of these trainings during any six available times and dates.
Contact Grant Mendenhall at email@example.com with questions. Visit jewishindianapolis.org/safeindy for more information.