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City employees take active shooter training

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  Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently announced that during the week of April 18 all City Hall employees received active shooter training led by Everett Police Officer Stephen Ramunno.

  Throughout the training, the importance of being aware of not only your surroundings but also of the people around you was emphasized. ALICE, the safety program in discussion, stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate. These aspects are critical for survival during an active shooter emergency. This is an important training that any public building should undergo in order to keep not only employees, but also guests and vendors who visit Everett City Hall safe.

  This is just the first step in the City of Everett’s safety plan. As a result of the training, the City will be taking additional steps to protect its employees and those visiting City Hall.

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