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Workplace Intruder Action Planning

This four-hour training seminar will guide you through the emergency action planning process so organizations can understand the realities of risk management and take action to identify the risks they face, develop solutions to address vulnerabilities, train their employees to survive a violent intruder (commonly referred to as “active shooter”) incident, and how to recover from an event. We will examine case studies of real events and the lessons learned from them, apply the concepts of layered security and situational awareness and reflect on your organization’s current security posture.
Length: Half Day

Nov 11, 2019
WORN-3219
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Where: Minnesota Safety Council Lower Level East Classroom
Instructor: Eric Roeske
Members: $170.00
Nonmembers: $195.00

Faculty

Eric Roeske, MSST    
Consultant
Eric Roeske, with MG Security Group LLC, is a 24-year law enforcement and security professional. He currently serves as a captain in the Minnesota State Patrol where he commands the Capitol Security and Executive Protection Section, consisting of over 80 personnel. Eric’s division is responsible for security and law enforcement services on the State Capitol complex, a critical infrastructure and home to all three branches of state government, various state agencies, the Minnesota History Center and high-security laboratories. The capitol complex sees over 300,000 visitors annually for a wide variety of activities and events.

Prior to his role as director of Capitol Security, Eric was the lead spokesperson for the Minnesota State Patrol. He conducted news conferences for officer-involved shootings, tragic crashes, high-profile incidents and proactive strategies along with daily media and data requests. He innovated the agency communication strategy using social media and appeared bi-weekly on a top Twin Cities FM morning show.

Eric holds a master’s degree from the University of Minnesota’s Technological Leadership Institute in security technologies, a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in Sociology and an Emergency Management Director’s Certificate from the Minnesota Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. He also facilitates the International Association of Chiefs of Police Leadership in Police Organizations curriculum for law enforcement leaders at the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.