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2019

[Kansas City] Active Shooter: Mitigating the Damage

HUB Event | Sheraton Overland Park Hotel at the Convention Center
6100 College Boulevard, Overland Park, KS 66211
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HUB International invites you to join our 2019 Active Shooter seminar led by police department experts. We see active shooter incidents on the news, as coverage of these events has increased significantly, but we try not to believe it could happen to us. Should the unthinkable occur in your work or community, we want to make sure you are best able to respond. Are you fulfilling your duties to creating a safe environment? Are you focused on being proactive? Preparedness is essential as these incidents can happen at any time.
Speakers
Anthony R. First
Medical Support and Training Officer
Tulsa Police Department
Anthony is a decorated 19-year veteran of the Tulsa Police Department where he has worked patrol, narcotics, and served on numerous task forces. He currently serves as the department’s Medical Support and Training Officer. He is also a CLEET instructor, a Field Training Officer, a certified Drug Recognition Expert and he currently serves as Lead Paramedic on the Tulsa Police Department Special Operations Team. Officer First has been a Paramedic for over 23 years specializing in the tactical and technical rescue fields. He is an Oklahoma EMS instructor, an instructor for the National Association of EMT’s and he serves as an adjunct instructor at for the Tulsa Community College Fire and EMS training program. Officer First was named the 2015 Rotary Club Officer of the Year for his work in preparing law enforcement officers to better handle critical medical emergencies.
Major Ryan Perkins
Training Director
Tulsa Police Department
Ryan Perkins is a seventeen year veteran of the Tulsa Police Department and holds the rank of Major. Major Perkins serves as the Training Director and commands the Tulsa Police Training Center responsible for recruiting, hiring, and training all new police officers in Tulsa as well as providing continuing education for all Tulsa police officers. Prior to assignment at the Police Training Center Major Perkins commanded the Tulsa Police Department SWAT Team for five years. Major Perkins is a nationally certified EMT and a member of the Medical Support and Training unit. Major Perkins helped create the current active shooter protocol for the Tulsa Police Department, has taught that protocol to hundreds of officers and has instructed thousands of citizens in the appropriate response to an active shooter.

[Kansas City] Active Shooter: Mitigating the Damage

Sheraton Overland Park Hotel at the Convention Center
6100 College Boulevard
Overland Park, KS 66211