STN EXPO attendees looking to learn more about security topics can look forward to two special training sessions presented by Jesus Villahermosa, the founder of Crisis Reality Training, a safety and security consulting firm.
Villahermosa is a former deputy for the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department in Tacoma, Washington, where he also served as a member of that department’s SWAT Team for over 30 years. He was also the first certified master defensive tactics instructor for law enforcement personnel in Washington State, was a firearms instructor and is a certified active shooter instructor for law enforcement personnel.
On Monday, July 10 Villahermosa will present “Defensible Use of Force on the Bus,” the first part of a two-part training session (additional fee required), which will “lay out a very clear foundation of what your rights are as a school bus driver when it comes to defending yourself or your students while operating your bus.” The second part, titled “Survival Tactics for the Active Killer on a Bus” and will discuss “how to mitigate the possibility of an active killer on a bus as well as what to do if this type of incident occurs on your bus.”
To learn more about Jesus Villahermosa and his background, click here.
You don’t want to miss Jesus Villahermosa and other presenters, who will provide insight and solutions to attendees’ most pressing challenges and issues. Check out the agenda-at-a-glance to begin to plan your time in Reno. So get your approval and register today at the Early Bird rate, good through June 9. Then book your hotel room at the Peppermill Resort at $102 per night, or $128 for an upgraded room.
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