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Posted: 4/18/2017 6:26:30 PM EST
I got a pain in the butt project handed to me yesterday. The sheriff and I are active shooter instructors certified through a private company (all full-time SWAT guys from a major city). They require anyone using their logo to do so only with their approval. I asked and they want us to use a specific logo which we don't like. We can't spell out what the logo means (i.e. Run, Hide, Fight...or similar-you get the point). It's more marketing for the boss. He's good at teaching it and it is really good for him politically. Thus is why he wants to put some shirts out to the attendees with our S.O. name and something about the class. Like the DARE shirts... So WTF does a guy put on a shirt for an active shooter class? I survived blank blank Sheriff's Office active shooter class?
Link Posted: 4/18/2017 6:40:16 PM EST
Originally Posted By LawdogRD10:
I got a pain in the butt project handed to me yesterday. The sheriff and I are active shooter instructors certified through a private company (all full-time SWAT guys from a major city). They require anyone using their logo to do so only with their approval. I asked and they want us to use a specific logo which we don't like. We can't spell out what the logo means (i.e. Run, Hide, Fight...or similar-you get the point). It's more marketing for the boss. He's good at teaching it and it is really good for him politically. Thus is why he wants to put some shirts out to the attendees with our S.O. name and something about the class. Like the DARE shirts... So WTF does a guy put on a shirt for an active shooter class? I survived blank blank Sheriff's Office active shooter class?
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"Failing to plan is planning to fail," ???
What are some of the acronyms or points that are reiterated in the class?
Link Posted: 4/18/2017 6:41:20 PM EST
I walk the walk
thanks to
Sheriff XXXX XXXX
Link Posted: 4/19/2017 9:10:30 AM EST
That is a quote that appears in one of our presentations.

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Originally Posted By Seanquigley:
"Failing to plan is planning to fail," ???
What are some of the acronyms or points that are reiterated in the class?
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