FL Police Chief Tony Pustizzi holds presentation on Parkland High School shooting

Press release from the city of Asheville:

The Parkland Florida High School Shooting, Through a Police Chief’s Eyes -Lessons Learned

Presented by retired Coral Springs FL Police Chief Tony Pustizzi

“We lost 17 that day, but we didn’t have to.”

Presented especially for…

• Law enforcement agency command staff.

• School superintendents and administration.

• College and university administration. Hear a first-hand account and have an opportunity to ask questions about…

• Active killer training and officer preparedness.

• Coordination with family members during and after the incident.

• Engagement with the media.

• Political trap doors.

• On-going need for collaboration with school superintendents and administrators. Continental Breakfast Provided, Please register by providing agency or school name and number of attendees. Call or email Cindy Ingle, A-B Tech Emergency Services Division 828-782-2355 or cynthiaringle@abtech.edu Highsmith Student Union Blue Ridge Room Jan. 14, 2020 8 a.m.- 12 p.m. UNC Asheville

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