Pittsburgh Police Led Active Shooter and Active Threat Drills: Helping the Community

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Pittsburgh Police Led Active Shooter and Active Threat Drills: Helping the Community

If you are working in the field of threat assessment and threat management, we would like to invite you to join us for our Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP) meeting on March 21 from 11-1.  Lunch will be provided.  Please email tcassidy@andrew.cmu,edu with any questions.  Dress is casual.  If you are interested in learning more about ATAP, please go to www.atapworldwide.org.  Sergeant Eric Kroll, Pittsburgh Police Department, and Brad Orsini, Director of Jewish Community Safety for the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh will discuss active shooter and active threat drills that are conducted by the Pittsburgh Police Department for the larger community.  Both speakers have extensive experience in conducting these drills and providing trainings on how to do so.  Sergeant Kroll will provide an overview of the drills and the speakers will provide insight into an active shooter/active threat drill that was conducted at a Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh synagogue.  Video footage of the drills will be shared to provide attendees with a first-hand look at how these drills are conducted.

  Eric Kroll Sergeant Eric Kroll is a Law Enforcement professional with over 26 years of experience. During his career, Sergeant Kroll has served as a Police Officer, Detective, Community Resource Officer Instructor, Field Training Officer, Academy Supervisor and Patrol Sergeant. Sergeant Kroll currently serves as the Liaison to the City of Pittsburgh Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security. He specializes in Active Shooter/ Active Threat Training for individuals and businesses. Sergeant Kroll is a co-creator and Lead Instructor for the Department of Public Safety’s Rescue Task Force Program.  Additionally, Sergeant Kroll oversees the Pittsburgh Police Flood Response Unit and the Citizen and Student Police Academies. For the past ten years, Sergeant Kroll has worked with the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office and the Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh to provide Domestic Violence Response Training to Officers throughout Allegheny County.
Sergeant Kroll has also worked with the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence (PCADV) to provide Lethality Assessment Training throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.   Brad Orsini Brad Orsini is the Director of Jewish Community Safety for the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. Prior to taking this position, he worked for the FBI for 28 years before retiring in early 2017.  Most recently he was a FBI supervisory special agent, crisis manager and training coordinator for the Pittsburgh division.  Orsini is currently tasked with security oversight of multiple Jewish Community locations across the greater Pittsburgh area including the response to anti-Semitic graffiti, threatening letters and cyber threats. He has been actively involved in heading up the response efforts to the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting which occurred in Pittsburgh in October 2018.
Orsini received his bachelor’s degree in administration of justice from Pennsylvania State University in 1985 and served in the Marine Corps, reaching the rank of captain. During his previous work in Pittsburgh, he grew the Southwestern Pennsylvania Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition and was awarded the FBI’s Law Enforcement Agency Directors Award in 2005 for outstanding investigative results in the area of public corruption in Western Pennsylvania. In 2015, he was awarded the Western Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Agency Directors Award for leading the FBI’s response to several mass casualty critical incidents, including the Franklin Regional Senior High School stabbing and the Monroeville Mall shooting.      .

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