The Recovery: Tackling the Aftermath of an Act of Violence on Campus

Jessica Gopalakrishnan| August 6, 2019

Most active shooter or other act of violence incidents last less than five minutes – but the recovery can take years. Campus facilities operations teams are often faced with unforeseen occurrences associated with the recovery of an emergency. Is your campus prepared? Join veteran emergency response manager, Todd De Voe, on a journey post-act of violence. Learn why people fail to act, what a post-scene could look like and how it could quickly grow out of hand, how to plan for the immediate recovery as well as the long-term recovery. Hear first-hand stories and best practices for tackling some of the toughest aftermaths.

About the author

Jessica Gopalakrishnan Director of Demand Generation, ARC

Jessica Gopalakrishnan is the director of demand generation marketing at ARC. Her expertise lies in educating, inspiring and transforming how we view technology and brands. For over a decade, she has shared innovative solutions with diverse audiences in SaaS/software, including Excite, Cisco Systems and Turnitin.

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