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November Dinner Meeting: Active Shooter Training – What Would You Do?

When: 11/13/2019
Where: Brooklake Country Club
139 Brooklake Road
Florham Park, NJ 
United States

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November Dinner Meeting: Active Shooter Training – What Would You Do?

November 13, 2019

Brooklake Country Club
139 Brooklake Road
Florham Park, NJ 

This program is pending certification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) and Professional Development Credits (PDC'S).

On-line pre-registration will end at 4:00pm on the Friday prior to the meeting. If you do not pre-register and pre-pay (via credit card) before this deadline and still wish to attend, we welcome you to "pay at the door” for an additional $15 fee. Remember, if you need to cancel for any reason, simply send a note to our registration team.


Members: $40;Members In-Transition: $25; Student Members: $25; Non-Members: $60; Volunteer Chairs: $20


The threat of an active shooter attack is rare but very real it is over extremely quickly, generally within two to five minutes. But did you know that on average, it takes the police 18 minutes to respond? Being prepared with a pre-planned active shooter response could the difference between surviving and not surviving. Improving situational awareness and dismissing the “It can’t happen to me” mentality is a must. Having a plan and training your brain on how to RUN, HIDE, and FIGHT is critical to your survival. This training will empower you to make life-saving decisions

Join your fellow attendees in a live, interactive active shooter simulation that will help you prepare yourself and your employees in the following ways:

- Empower you to survive a crisis situation 
- Train your brain for survival 
- Participate in an interactive simulation which will discuss who an active shooter is, see how untrained react to an active shooter scenario and how a trained individual reacts for better survival 
- Learn how and when to RUN-HIDE-FIGHT

Please be advised due to the nature of this event, the attached waivers need to be printed out, signed and handed in the day of the event.  No one will be admitted without the signed waivers. There will be no refunds for those who sign up and who do not complete/sign and hand in the waiver.

Click here to download the MC SHRM waiver AND click here to download the Gittings waiver. BOTH WAIVERS MUST BE SIGNED!


Bob “Bubba” Fatula

Bob “Bubba” Fatula is a retired Law Enforcement Officer.  In 1991, he served aboard the USS Guam in the 1st Gulf War. He was Honorably Discharged from the Navy in 1999.  In 1993, he attended Indiana University of PA Police Academy where he obtained an Act 120 Certification. In 1993, he started his law enforcement career with the Jackson Township Police Department in Cambria County, PA. Soon after, Officer Fatula became a member of the Cambria County Drug Task Force.  In 1995, he was hired by the Conemaugh Township Police Department in Somerset County, PA.  Years later, he was promoted to Criminal Investigator. After several years of investigative work, he made the rank of Detective. In 1999, Detective Fatula became a member of the Somerset County Drug Task Force. Within years, Agent Fatula was promoted to Team Leader for the CTPD Task Force Agents.  Detective Fatula was a Negotiator for the Conemaugh Township Special Emergency Response Team (SERT.) For the next 10 years, Det. Fatula investigated numerous high-profile cases in Somerset County.

As a member of a Cold Case Murder Unit, Det. Fatula re-opened an unsolved case involving a young lady who was brutally murdered in 1984. Years later, a suspect was arrested and convicted of the crime with the assistance of the PA State Police.

In 2007, Mr. Fatula accepted a job with the Saint Francis University Police Department. Up until 2017, Mr. Fatula performed the duties of the Director of Police & Safety. Director Fatula was responsible for teaching Threat Preparedness courses such as; Active Shooter, Bomb Threat, Natural Disaster, Mass Fatalities and Work Place Violence.
In 2017, Mr. Fatula opened his own Active Shooter Preparedness business, FASst, LLC. 
In 2017, Mr. Fatula began teaching Criminal Justice at York Technical Institute, in Altoona PA.  
In 2018, Mr. Fatula joined forces with Gittings Protective Security, Inc. as their Director of Training/Threat Preparedness Instructor. 

- Mr. Fatula is a certified ALICE Instructor (Active Shooter)
- Mr. Fatula is currently the Threat Preparedness Consultant for Bishop Guilfoyle High School, Holy Name Elementary, Bishop Carroll High School and the Site Assessment Consultant for Indiana Area School District.