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"RESPONDING TO AN ACTIVE SHOOTER IN THE LIBRARY: PROTECTING PATRONS AND STAFF FROM A RARE BUT CATASTROPHIC EVENT"
Our first Webinar in a special Library 2.0 series with Dr. Steve Albrecht was Tuesday, November 20th, 2018. We've added 30 minutes to the end of the event for optional viewing, during which we'll hear from Dr. Christie Kaaland and Shauna Burkeen.
Register to have access to the recordings by clicking on the JOIN WEBINAR button to the top right. You will need to be logged into Library 2.0--if you are not yet a member, you can join for free here.
TOPIC: "Responding to an Active Shooter in the Library: Protecting Patrons and Staff From a Rare But Catastrophic Event."
PRESENTED BY: Dr. Steve Albrecht, author, Library Security: Better Communications, Safer Facilities (ALA, 2015)
COST: $99/person - includes access to the recording, access to the attendee discussion forum, and a certificate of attendance. (For group or other purchases, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.)
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For the past 17 years, Dr. Steve Albrecht has made himself well-known to library training audiences around the country. His fast and empowering workshops focus on library safety and security issues; patron behavioral problems; customer service tools; and facility security improvements. His 2015 book, Library Security: Better Communication, Safer Facilities, was published by the ALA.
Steve is one of the country's leading experts on the prevention of workplace and school violence. In 1994, he co-wrote Ticking Bombs, one of the first business books on workplace violence. He interviewed a double murderer for the book.
He holds a doctoral degree in Business Administration, an M.A. in Security Management, a B.A. in English, and a B.S. in Psychology. He is board certified in human resources, security, employee coaching, and threat management.
In 1999, Steve retired from the San Diego Police Department, where he had worked since 1984, both as a full-time officer and later as a reserve sergeant and a domestic violence investigator.
He has written 21 books on business, security, and law enforcement subjects.
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