Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp, Sheriff James M. Gannon, OEM Director Jeff Paul, State Education Commissioner Kimberly Harrington to Join Law Enforcement, Education and Homeland Security Leaders to Discuss he Unthinkable — What to Do if Confronted by a Shooter

Morris County Active Shooter Response Summit - Countywide Event Set for March 9

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2017
7-9 P.M. at Christ Church in Rockaway Township

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Morris County Active Shooter Response Summit - Countywide Event Set for March 9

A whole community approach to help you prepare
and respond to an active shooter incident

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KAITLIN ROIG-DEBELLISMorris County Active Shooter Response Summit - Countywide Event Set for March 9

On December 14, 2012 during the tragic events in Newtown, Connecticut, Kaitlin was a first grade teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School. She uses her heart wrenching story of survival to bring awareness and hope to communities everywhere.

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Morris County Active Shooter Response Summit - Countywide Event Set for March 9

Kimberly Harrington

Participants include:

  • State Education Commissioner Kimberly Harrington;
  • Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp;
  • N.J. Office of Homeland Security Deputy Director Steven Gutkin, Chief of Operations Bureau Walter Pullen, and Emergency Response Coordinator Wendy Chin;
  • David Leonardis, Office of N.J. Attorney General;
  • Morris County Sheriff James M. Gannon;
  • Morris County OEM Director Jeff Paul;
  • President of the Morris County Police Chiefs Association Keith Licata;
  • Lt. Steve Brown of the State Police Fugitive Unit;
  • Montclair Deputy Police Chief Tracey Frazzano;
  • and hosted by David D. Ireland, Lead Pastor of Christ Church.