Active Shooter Security Seminar and Exercise
Date:August 16, 2011

Given today’s ever-changing threat environment, business owners and operators should consider
having an incident management plan for an active shooter event or hostage taking at their
facility. Successful plans will include components on: communication with employees; employee
accountability; familiarization with local emergency responders and understanding the services they
offer; coordination and communication with first responders; and a public affairs component. In
turn, emergency responders must be familiar with their jurisdiction’s facilities.

The Orange County Intel Assessment Center (OCIAC), with support from the U.S. Department
of Homeland Security (DHS), is addressing this need with its latest Security Seminar and Exercise
program aimed at fostering communication between commercial facilities and their local
emergency response teams in response to an active shooter event. This one-day facilitated
seminar will focus on emergency responder and facility coordination, interoperability capabilities,
communications protocols, best practices, and integration of local assets.

For more information on the August 16 Seminar and Exercise email Heather Houston at
[email protected] or call (714) 628-3037.

Registration Information: Registration forms can be emailed to [email protected] or faxed to (714) 628-3001 (attention Heather Houston)

Limited seating is available and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. If your plans change,
please let us know so we can accommodate someone on the waiting list.