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How to Survive an Active Shooter

This session will address individual and group survival when faced with an active shooter situation. I will teach individuals and organizations how to prepare for these situations in advance and what to do in the case of the unthinkable. The course will cover how to spot problems in the work place, the Run, Hide Fight philosophy and what to expect from law enforcement and other emergency personnel when they arrive on the scene. 

I will discuss how to recognize potential workplace violence and how to respond in an active shooter situation including the Run Hide Fight model.

This includes determining the most reasonable way to protect your own life and remembering customers and clients are likely to follow the lead of employees and managers during an active shooter situation.  Attendees will also learn how to respond when law enforcement arrives on the scene.

Kerrie Harlin

Kerrie Harlin is an entrepreneur and social activist based in Tulsa Oklahoma.  She holds a Bachelors degree in psychology and is the President and Founder of CYA Enterprises which aims to teach people of all walks of life how to survive in perilous situations. Kerrie was born into and raised by a family of activists and community leaders whose life purpose is to help those around her grow and flourish into their best selves. She currently is an active board member of both the non profit organizations We The People Oklahoma and Warrior Sisters. She also was a member of the Broken Arrow Community Emergency Response Team and is an advocate for self defense in all of it's forms. Currently, Kerrie is the lead trainer for the Warrior Sisters Tulsa Chapter, a women led organization dedicated to empowering women and girls with both verbal, awareness and physical self-defense skills. She is dedicated to elevating the status of women and children and she is known for her positive energy, enthusiasm, leadership and ability to bring people from all walks of life together.

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Date: Thu, April 22, 2021 | 11:00-11:45 am