Lansing Community College

Active violence response trainings continue this fall

LCC's police chief presents at a previous active violence training

The LCC Police Department is offering training sessions to help you stay alive during an active shooter situation. The two-hour training covers:

  • What LCC does to prevent an act of violence
  • How law enforcement responds to active violence
  • Actions you can take in an active shooter situation at the college or elsewhere
  • What not to do in a crisis
  • How to recognize suspicious behaviors and patterns

All students are encouraged to attend one of the trainings. Episodes of active violence often last only minutes, and your immediate response could be critical to your survival.
The training will be offered six times this fall, and no registration is required. You can find the schedule at, by scrolling down to “Active shooter/active violence training.”


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