BCSO Provides Active Shooter Training During Florida Association of City Clerks Conference
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff // January 25, 2020
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office “Four A’s Of Survival” program is designed to help citizens
ORLANDO, FLORIDA – On Friday, I was honored to present along with Commander JJ Woolsey of our agency on “The Four A’s Of Survival” during the afternoon session of the Florida Association of City Clerks Conference in Orlando, Florida.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office “Four A’s Of Survival” program is designed to help citizens prepare to be the first line of defense should they ever find themselves in the middle of a violent active shooter scenario.
As part of our partnership with our community, our agency is committed to providing our citizens with the tools and awareness they need to protect themselves, their families and those around them in the movie theater, church, school or any other place a critical incident may occur.
I would like to personally thank Commander Woolsey for his incredible dedication to protecting our citizens, the Florida Association of City Clerks for inviting us to speak and of course everyone who was in attendance for all they do to make our state and communities so great.
– Sheriff Wayne Ivey
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