The L-Tron team has returned from the 2023 National Association for School Resource Officers (NASRO) National School Safety Conference. Held at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, the NASRO Conference was geared at equipping school resource officers with the knowledge and tools they need to prepare for a safe campus-wide environment. OSCR360 was well-received by conference attendees. See more on the event here..
The L-Tron team will attend the 2023 National Association for School Resource Officers (NASRO) School Safety Conference at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, IN. The NASRO School Safety Conference will run from June 28 – July 3, and the L-Tron team will be available June 28 and 29th to show the OSCR360 system to attendees.
Tragic events can occur without warning, making emergency preparedness crucial for Law Enforcement agencies. In the event of an active shooter threat, law enforcement must be mentally and tactically prepared to jump into action, as every second counts when it comes to saving lives. See more about the importance of active shooter training for law enforcement and how your agency can pre-plan for a major incident.
The L-Tron team has returned from Phoenix, AZ after attending the 2022 National Conference on Active School Threats for the first time. L-Tron’s John Dobies and Julianne Pangal attended the event and had the opportunity to share L-Tron’s emergency preparedness system, OSCR360, with a diverse group of attendees, ranging from law enforcement officers, first responders, campus security officers, school district and university administrators, emergency management experts, teachers and mental health professionals.
Empowering First Responders – Police and Educator Cooperation. Few question the value of interaction between police and schools. But some reject the idea of a School Resource Officer for an entire district, never mind each school. Hear from three agencies partnering with schools and universities proactively planning for active shooter incidents.
L-Tron is excited to announce that OSCR360 is now being used to help officers train for critical incidents and active shooter preparation. This month’s edition of LET (Law Enforcement Technology) magazine focused on “Training for the New Normal” with several articles geared towards SWAT teams, active shooter training, and major incidents. OSCR360 was featured on a center insert in the magazine.