Active Threat Preparedness Program
Joins us for the American Red Cross Active Threat Preparedness Program. This community-based program is aimed at increasing the level of preparedness for man-made, mass casualty events. Using nationally recognized guidance, this customized non-certified training helps prepare individuals to survive such incidents and support lay responders to effectively treat those around them who may have been injured. Participants learn to identify warning signs of potentially violent behavior, recognize when an active threat event is occurring, and respond appropriately. The Red Cross is empowering communities to effectively prepare for, respond to, and recover from an event that may include mass casualties.
The training will be presented by Miles Gooderham. Miles has been volunteering with the American Red Cross, Mile High Chapter since 2019 as a member of the Disaster Action Team (DAT) for Arapahoe and Douglas Counties (CO). He is also active in the Disaster Cycle Services, Preparedness Division, Active Threat Program concentrating on content development and instruction. Miles is retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) having served for 26 years in several Critical Incident Response Unit positions. He is a US Army Combat Veteran having served with the 89th Military Police Brigade during the Persian Gulf War.
Cost to register is $10. A light lunch will be provided.
When arriving at Highlands Presbyterian Church, please park on the East side of the building.
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