FEA’s Paul Timm, PSP delivered a presentation on how to handle an active shooter incident during a seminar for schools and parishes, sponsored by the Archdiocese of Seattle.
Read the full article that was published in Northwest Catholic magazine, here.
TUKWILA – Schools and parishes need to cultivate an atmosphere of “see something, say something” to help combat active shooter incidents, a school security expert said during a recent training session for schools and parishes.
Such training is “something all of our principals have been asking for,” said Kristin Dixon, superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of Seattle.
The Catholic schools office sponsored “Preventing and Preparing for the Active Shooter” September 12 at St. Thomas Parish in Tukwila. About 150 principals, administrators, priests and staff attended the pair of seminars featuring Paul Timm, author of School Security: How to Build and Strengthen a School Safety Program.