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Developing a Co-Response to a Mass Violence Incident During a Community Crisis Expert Q&A Webinar

Event Dates
Eastern
All times are Eastern Time unless noted otherwise.
Location
online

What does a community do when one day they experience a mass shooting and the next day the same community is hit with a devastating tornado? Preparing a comprehensive response to incidents of mass violence or terrorism includes planning for the possibility that an incident could occur when another community crisis is taking place, such as a natural disaster or health response. While all communities have natural disaster response plans and some are prepared for incidents of mass violence and terrorism, we seldom consider that a co-response (responding to two incidents at the same time) may be necessary. This session will discuss some of the points of consideration when creating a co-response plan, including suggestions and challenges.

Event Type
Webinar
Event Option(s)
Live, Online
Sponsor(s) / Host(s)
OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center
Contact
OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center
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Registration Status
Open
Date Created: July 23, 2020