On-going, nationwide critical events, and locally in Middleton and Milwaukee WI, serve as a reminder for all citizens to be aware of their environment. With these events in mind, the Dane County Sheriff’s Office continues to take a proactive approach to active shooter situations and workplace violence.
If you would like arrange an Emergency Preparedness Training at your workplace or organization, please fill out the online request form today! The trainings are free, and include the Active Assailant Training and the Stop the Bleed training. If requesting one of the available trainings, plan for two hours. If combining the trainings, allow for three hours.
During this training, attendees will learn the basic bleed control principles and participate in hands-on training. The goal is to prepare attendees to step in help prevent major blood loss for an injured person while waiting for EMS to arrive. Attendees can request a certificate once training is completed. The class requires a minimum of 90 minutes and is capped at 40 participants. To learn more, visit Stop the Bleed.
Upcoming training on April 3, 2023. For more details and to submit required registration please visit this event HERE
As of March 2020, over 19,000 people have participated in this Active Assailant Preparedness presentation. The goal of this training is to prepare you and your group for a situation in which an active shooter or assailant is at large within your building or area. We'll cover what to do, what not to do, and everything in between. This class requires a minimum of 2 hours.
- "THANK YOU SO MUCH for the excellent Active Shooter and Violence Preparedness workshop you conducted last night for our congregation! The program content, the important messages, the Visual presentation, the resource information, and the way in which you presented the material all combined for a ver powerful and potentially lifesaving experience for everyone who attended. I'm hopeful that your presentation will be the impetus for continued discussions (and actions!) by the Church Council and others to maintain and improve the safety and security of our facility. In addition, as we each develop our own "mental script" to deal with emergency situations, we can use this training in our daily lives and share what we learned with our families and friends."
You can sign-up to receive local emergency notifications by text, email, or both. Signing-up will enable county and local officials to alert you about potentially life-threatening and public safety emergencies in your community. Anyone who signs-up may be contacted through this system on behalf of local authorities with information about emergencies like:
This is a free service for residents and visitors in Dane County.