October 21 @ 5 PM – Miller Learning Center – Room 171 – Event Details
An active shooter is defined as an armed person who has used deadly force on people and continues to do so while having unrestricted access to additional victims. Although active shooter incidents on college campuses are rare events, the shootings which occurred on the Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois University campuses demonstrate that faculty, staff and students should be ready for any type of emergency. This lecture, which includes a 10-minute video and a training scenario, was developed on the UGA campus to be a resource for all 35 University System of Georgia institutions. The goal of this program is to provide faculty, staff and students with emergency response options should they become involved in an active shooter situation on campus or in the community.
UGAAlert allows you to receive emergency messages on multiple devices. To register, you must have a valid UGA MyID.
- Have you programmed the UGAAlert number, 706-542-0111, into your cell phone?
- Did you know the UGAAlert messages are also posted to four Twitter feeds (@ugaalert, @UGAEVENTS, @universityofga, @UGAOEP) and to OEP’s Facebook page?
- You can also Fast Follow @ugaalert without a Twitter account. Text “Follow @ugaalert” to 40404. This will allow you to received the alerts from the UGAAlert Twitter account directly to you phone like a text message.