Due to the special nature of the topic, April Event Only
will be open to ALL (men and women) as space permits
"Keeping Our Communities Safe"
Join us for a most informative event featuring a special keynote presentation by the Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran.
"There are a lot of dads who put their children on the school bus. They also are worried what may happen once they say goodbye," noted GLMV Chair Karen Kay Lavris. " We need everyone's support to care and keep our Children Safe. "We are opening up this luncheon up to everyone to find out what our police are doing to return our children home from a day of learning."
Keeping schools, houses of worship and businesses safe today requires a preparedness plan. For law enforcement, preparedness begins with a greater understanding of the root cause of mass violence. We look forward to discussing the Crisis Intervention (CIT) Training provided to our first responders to identify subjects in crisis, connect them to services and thwart potential violence. In addition, we will discuss the collaborative relationships our office has developed with the schools within our district and with partners including Advocate Condell, the Lake County Health Department and more.
Sheriff Mark C. Curran, Jr. (Speaker)
Undersheriff David Hare
Chief Jonathan Petrillo
Lieutenant Andrea Usry (Subject Matter Expert - Community Safety Team)
PowerPoint will run as a background during the discussion.
Community Safety Brochure
Lake County Help Postcard (lists information on the A Way Out program, Text-A-Tip for Lake County students in need of assistance and Signs and Symptoms of an Overdose) All three programs are inter-related to mental health, addiction, co-occurring disorders.
Great Value: $17 member advance RSVP by 4/12 / $20 non member and walk-ins (includes registration/networking, 24/7 business introduction, buffet luncheon, program, VIP photos, tax, gratuities...all in spacious private setting).
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