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Emergency Preparedness Committee: Active Shooter Preparation

June 13, 2018
8:00 AM to 10:30 AM
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CareFirst Building
1501 S Clinton Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
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BOMA Baltimore's Emergency Preparedness Committee is proud to bring a morning session to help you and your team become familiar with best practices in the event of an active shooter situation.

Schedule of Event

8:00 - 8:30 AM Registration, Networking and Continental Breakfast
8:30 - 10:00 AM Table Top Exercise
10:00 - 10:30 AM Panel Discussion

Active Shooter Table Top Exercise:

Join Whelan Security’s Mike Pristoop for an interactive and engaging table top exercise on Active Shooter simulations. The exercise will include real-life office scenario of an active shooter situation. Throughout the table top, interactive audience participation will promote discussion and brainstorming of best practices among all building stakeholders, from property managers, building vendors to office tenants and visitors.

Following the Active Shooter Table Top Exercise, we will host a panel discussion on Commercial Real Estate Best Practices in Emergency Planning and Preparation.

Panel Discussion:

  • Mike Pristoop, Director of Mission Support at Whelan Security
  • Marco Miranda, Director, Corporate Security, Carefirst
  • Brandon Echevarria, Baltimore City Police Department’s SHIELD Program
  • Matt Smith, Director of Security at JBG Smith and AOBA Emergency Preparedness Committee Chair
  • Blair Peterson, Director, Asset Services at Cushman & Wakefield
  • Sarah Alt, Director, Asset Services at Cushman & Wakefield

About the Presenter: Mike Pristoop

Mike Pristoop

Prior to Joining Whelan Security as Director of Mission Support, Mike was the Director of Policy with the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions where he was responsible for developing model policy and practices for Maryland Law enforcement and correctional services agencies.  From 2008- 2017, he was Chief of Police for the City of Annapolis, Maryland where he led and managed a law enforcement agency with 170 combined police and civilian personnel and was responsible for public safety in Maryland’s Capital City with a diverse population (U.S. Census, 39,418) centered in residential, commercial and historic communities.  From 2007 to 2008, he was Chief of Police of the Maryland Capitol Police Department and in charge of 180 police and security officers.  The Capitol Police Department is responsible for security and law enforcement operations in and around 55 facilities and parking areas in Annapolis and Baltimore, Maryland.

As a police chief for ten years, Mike has vast experience in implementing and shaping policy and practices, administration and operational functions of police departments.  Additionally, he has command experience serving over 20 years with the Baltimore Police Department in positions focusing on criminal investigations, crime suppression, special weapons and tactics, operational and administrative commands, and community relations serving highly diverse communities.

 

Sponsored by: Whelan Security logo

 

This event is for BOMA members and employees of BOMA member companies.

 

Tickets

$0.00 Member Ticket

$0.00 Employees of Member Companies

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