Run, Hide, Fight: Surviving an Active Shooter Incident

  • October 06, 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • The Grand Hotel/Salem Convention Center - 201 Liberty St NE, Salem, OR


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  • Planner guests attend their first meeting free of charge and can either register individualy or as a guest of another member.

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Sandra Flint, Special Agent, FBI Portland       
Join us in October for this interactive program. This presentation will help attendees understand what an active shooter is and provide a simple game plan to improve the odds of survival in the face of major acts of violence.     

Special Agent Sandra Flint entered on duty with the Federal Bureau of Investigation on January 13, 1991.  She holds a Bachelor of Social Work with an emphasis in school social work from the University of Wyoming, and acquired her Juris Doctorate from the University of Wyoming, College of Law in 1989.  Following service as Deputy District Attorney for the 7thJudicial District of Colorado, and a legal researcher and writer for both the Western Colorado Water Referee and Rose and Rose, the Cheyenne branch of Spence, Moriarity and Schuster, SA Flint joined the FBI, where she has served over 25 years and is currently assigned as a Firearms Instructor, Acting Division Counsel, Police Training Coordinator, and Principle Crisis Management Coordinator.            

GOSGMP Member Property

The Grand Hotel in Salem and Salem Convention Center
201 Liberty St. SE, Salem, OR

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