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Civilian response to active shooter (CRASE) class
Lufkin
   
 
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CIVILIAN RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTER CLASS: The Department will offer a civilian response to active shooter training (CRASE) class July 12 from 6-8 p.m. at Pitser Garrison Convention Center.

 

Anyone is welcome to attend the free training sessions and they do not need to register. Middle school and high school age children are welcome.

 

Cpl. Brad Davis will teach those in attendance what a civilian can do to survive an active shooter situation, using the ADD method - Avoid, Deny, Defend.

 

You can find a video detailing the ADD method here: https://youtu.be/j0It68YxLQQ.

 

For more information, call Jessica Pebsworth at 936-633-0321.

 

Thanks,

Jessica Pebsworth

Communications Director

City of Lufkin

936-633-0321
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