Free Training Opportunities :
The Homeland Security and Criminal Intelligence Bureau is now offering free security related seminars for businesses and organizations in Suffolk County. The following seminars can be scheduled by contacting the Homeland Security office:
Active Shooter - Seminars are individually designed for management, staff or general audiences. Seminars are typically 60 to 90 minutes in length and are designed to inspire discussion and offer suggestions for improvements in critical incident planning.
Safety in the Sanctuary - Designed for houses of worship, our Active Shooter seminar is modified to meet unique challenges faced by religious centers.
How to develop an internal See Something, Say Something program - Create a safe and anonymous work place violence/ anti-terror reporting program.
Detecting and Reporting Suspicious Activity - Seminar presents best practice recommendations for security professionals and organizations.
How to Develop Emergency Action Plans - Seminar designed for management or security supervisors.
Bleeding Control Basic (B-Con): Designed for civilians to learn how to recognize and control life-threatening bleeding associated with massive wounds before EMS arrives. This course is associated with DHS's national "Stop the Bleed" campaign. The course is delivered by SCPD's Medical Crisis Action Team (MEDCAT) and Stony Brook University Hospital Trauma Center.
Free training is made available to businesses and organizations in Suffolk County. To learn more about these programs and to schedule training, send an email request with your contact information to: SCPDShield@SuffolkCountyNY.Gov and put "Request for Training" in the Subject line.
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