Irvine Police Department’s Ray Chips to Provide Active Shooter Response Training at the Greater Irvine Chamber
Monday, July 23, 2018
The Greater Irvine ChamberEmerging Business Leaders Advisory Council is hosting an Active Shooter Response Training Luncheon on Friday, August 3, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Ray Chips, program specialist for the Irvine Police Department, will provide information on the most up-to-date tactics on how to handle an active shooter situation, as outlined by the Department of Homeland Security.
Chips’ career has been centered on ensuring community safety. Prior to his current position, he served as a Public Safety Assistant for the Irvine Police Department, specializing in crime prevention and emergency management. He was also the Director of Safe Schools for the Anaheim Unified High School District. In 2017, Chips was named the Ambassador of Peace Award by the Orange County Violence Prevention Coalition.
His primary responsibilities include planning, coordinating, and providing response trainings to organizations in the City of Irvine such as public and private schools, businesses, and houses of worship. Since January 2016, Chips has provided more than 60 training workshops to various organizations in Irvine.
The training luncheon will be held in the Greater Irvine Chamber’s Training Room, located at 36 Executive Park, Suite 100. Individual ticket prices are $15 for members, and $30 for nonmembers. Lunch is included.
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