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MSA to Co-Host Active Shooter Symposium for School Officials at NJIT Feb. 22

Feb. 22 Active Shooter Symposium at NJIT Featuring Keynote Speaker Anthony J. Schirillo, Connecticut State Police Lieutenant and Stratford, Conn. Emergency Management Director NEWARK, N.J., Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MSA Security (MSA), an industry leader in high consequence threat protection and…

Active Shooter Response Training Update: The Attack at Sandy Hook


Overview: Newtown, CT Active Shooter

MSA Security is offering schools FREE Threat & Risk Assessments and suggesting schools engage in Active Shooter Response Training as details continue to emerge regarding the timeline of events of the mass shooting in Newtown, CT on Friday morning. Authorities have determined that 20-year old Adam Lanza shot his mother as she slept in her bedroom at their family home before using her car to drive to Sandy Hook Elementary School.  Upon arrival at the school at around 9:30am, he shot his way through a school door while dressed in black fatigues and a military-style vest.  Lanza opened fire once inside the school and entered two separate classrooms.  He shot and killed 26 people inside the school, including 20 children and 6 adults.  Authorities report Lanza shot himself as police neared during the second classroom episode, about 10 minutes into the attack.

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