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Active Shooter Training Program

NCCU Faculty and Staff

The NCCU Police Department is offering Run, Hide, Fight active shooter training to university faculty and staff in June and July. The purpose of the training is to equip NCCU community members with the necessary knowledge to respond if faced with an active shooter incident on campus. 

The training will be offered weekly throughout the summer and is also available upon request, including on evenings and weekends. 

Summer Training Dates

Date and Time: Every Tuesday at 10 a.m. during June and July 
Location: Hubbard-Totton Building, Room 212D
Duration: 1–1.5 hours

To pre-register for the training, please sign up using the following form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/17H1yun1zbwkC54yQMCukis1jFCYde1QF4JypmdA5VfA/edit

Please contact Sgt. Thomas Verrault, the emergency management coordinator, at tverrault@nccu.edu, for further information and/or to schedule a session outside of the normal training dates. 

Thank you,
NCCU Police Department

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