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A difficult topic will be the subject of a class offered by the City of Pocatello Child Care Advisory Committee and the Pocatello Police Department.
Pocatello Police Department Officer Jordan Johnson will provide an overview of the Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) Tuesday, November 12 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Pocatello City Council Chambers, 911 N. 7th Avenue. The class will teach attendees what to do in an active shooter event using the Avoid, Deny, Defend model.
“This training is open to the public, but the Child Care Advisory Committee encourages all childcare providers, employees, and volunteers to attend,” said Jene Purman Staff Liaison to the Child Care Advisory Committee. “The training is invaluable for everyone, but especially for those who work in the childcare industry with the primary job function of caring for children.”
The training is an approved IdahoSTARS Training worth 2 hours.
For more information on the Child Care Advisory Committee, visit pocatello.us/260/Child-Care-Advisory-Committee.
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