I LIVED Active Violence Response Training

Published by The Bee News

July 29, 2021

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On Friday, July 30th, Integrated Community Solutions to Active Violence Events (ICSAVE) will be conducting I LIVED Active Violence Response training at the Bullhead City Middle School campus.  The training will be provided to approximately 325 teachers, administrators and support personnel and will be conducted in the middle school auditorium.  This training is part of an ongoing preparedness effort, brought to you by the Bullhead City Police Department, Western Arizona Regional Medical Center (WARMC), Air Methods (Tri State Care Flight), Fort Mojave Mesa Fire District and ICSAVE. The campus will not be open to the public during this event.

ICSAVE is a local charitable foundation, created by volunteer professionals united by their dedication to the prevention of traumatic events through education, preparedness training and community outreach programs.  It sustains itself entirely through the goodwill of the community, so that it can teach others how to save lives.  Representatives of the organization will be at Bullhead City Middle School from 7:00am to 4:00pm.

ICSAVE Northern Arizona Director Matt Reese will be the lead coordinator for this event. Please contact him at (714) 323-5333 or matthew.reese@icsave.org with any questions. Thank you!

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