Active Shooter/Critical Incident Survival
In an on-going effort to keep the Clark University community educated in safety related matters, University Police, in conjunction with Human Resources and the Business Manager, offer a training session on how to survive a critical incident/active shooter situation several times throughout the academic year. While the possibility of an active shooter at Clark is remote, knowing how to react to an active shooter situation will increase chances of survival should such an incident occur. The primary presenter of the program is Clark University Officer Efrain Diaz, who has extensive training in active shooter response.
Week One Activities
On Move-In Day, Chief Misale, University Police Officers, Rapid Response Squad Members and ClarkRIDE leadership meet with the parents of students for a Q & A session. Crime prevention officers meet with all incoming students about services offered and crime safety information. This session is mandatory for all first-year students.
R.A.D. Rape, Aggression, Defense for Women
The Cornerstone of R.A.D. Systems, this course has its foundations in education and awareness. The course includes lecture, discussion and self-defense techniques suitable for women of all ages and abilities. Classes range from a minimum of nine to twelve hours plus in length. The objective of this workshop is to develop and enhance the options of self-defense, so they may become viable considerations to a woman who is attacked.
University Police officers Kalah LaPlante and Michael Sabatalo are both certified instructors of this course.