Staff members at the Akron Center for Child Development are looking forward to being trained on how to best deal with an armed intruder, especially in light of the deadly shootings at a Connecticut elementary school last week.
The teaching staff at the school will receive lessons from the nationally known A.L.I.C.E. training protocol. A.L.I,C.E. stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate.
The intruder training is being taught by the University of Akron Police Department, and is being led by Lt. Chad Cunningham.
During the hands-on training, instructors are shown how to best scatter and evacuate their students and staff, in the event an intruder enters their building.
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Staff members at the Akron Center for Child Development are looking forward to being…
by Personal Defense World / Dec 18, 2012